Indonesian Ministry

Faith’s Indonesian Ministry was birthed on 17 April 2004 when Faith moved into her current church building at 400 Commonwealth Drive. On its 10th anniversary in April 2014, it started weekly fellowships, which sees an average attendance of 20 today. Each week, the fellowship is led mainly by Indonesian domestic helpers, mentored by a team of volunteers passionate about seeing Indonesians become FAITH-ful disciples of Jesus before they return to their homeland. This means Fellowship with other believers in Small Groups; Adoration of God with songs of worship, prayer, tithes and offerings; Involvement by serving in ministry with their God-given talents; Transformation through regular reading of the Bible and living out its principles; and Harvest of souls through sharing the gospel and personal testimonies.

Indonesian Fellowship On Zoom (from January 2023)

Every 1st Sunday: 9pm – 10.30pm via Zoom
Please contact Esther Ong from the Indonesian Ministry at for Zoom teleconferencing details.

Indonesian Fellowship & Small Group Meetings (from January 2023)

Every 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sunday: 2pm – 3.30pm onsite
Faith Methodist Church, Koinonia Rooms 1-3 (Level 4)

Indonesian Resources 

Our Daily Bread daily devotional and Gospel tracts in Indonesian are available on request.

For more information on our Indonesian Ministry, please contact Esther Ong from the Indonesian Ministry at For the full list of ministry opportunities at Faith, visit

What our members think about the Indonesian Fellowship:

 “In early 2013, I attended an English class in Faith Methodist Church and was invited to join the Indonesian Fellowship. From here, my spiritual life continued to grow and I was gradually trained to become a worship leader, back-up singer, guitarist, projectionist and interpreter from English to Indonesian. With our different talents, we complete one another in the Fellowship. This is a beautiful picture of family.” -Norma Novince Tagu, Indonesian Fellowship

“Every Sunday I serve in the Indonesian Fellowship, and the more I serve, the more convinced I am that my life belongs to God. I cannot return His love except by serving Him, praising Him and sharing about Him to my friends. I hope that when I return to Kupang, I can encourage my family and youth there to also stay close to God and serve Him.” -Lisa Benu, Indonesian Fellowship Small Group Leader

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