The foundation of St. Andrey's Hall was laid and began to be built. It was completed and used in 1837. The original purpose of the church was to take care of the British expatriates and give them a shrine to worship. Later, it gradually turned to spread the gospel to the local people of all nationalities. After more than a hundred years of vicissitudes, it is still shining. It is said that St. Andrey's Church, with its skin better than snow, grinds shells to ash, adds protein and sugar to paste, and then dips them into soft coconut shells to make a kind of practical and beautiful gypsum. Take a few sweaty pictures. Although you can't get the sun at noon, it's really hot. The Bible books will be placed under each chair. You can also see many people sitting quietly and sincerely. They don't know what they're thinking. Someone can introduce the history of church to you for free.
After viewing the Hindu temples along the main roads of the small Indian region, we also finished our tour of the Hindu residential area and took the subway to leave the small Indian station. After transferring to the Metro Station of the City Hall, I went to visit the nearby St. Andrey's Church after leaving the station. This is a very powerful Church in the center of the city, which occupies a large area of green space. At this time, the visitors here are far more than the believers who come to pray. The church is the first largest Anglican Church in Singapore. It was designed and built by Colonel Ronald McPherson in 1856 to replace the old church built in memory of Sir Stanford Raffles. The whole building belongs to the early English Gothic architecture. The white Gothic church, with its high spires straight into the blue sky, still shows nobility in today's high-rise cities. Just as a couple of Singapore's local newcomers chose to take wedding photos here, it also adds a realistic aesthetic feeling to the church. Walking into a small but spacious church with a quiet church surrounded by a circle, we can see the macro-architecture and micro-stained glass windows. There are several famous people in the big window of the church. Unfortunately, we don't know their deeds, so we just have a good time. Each row of tables in the church has a variety of Bibles and hymns. More striking is the floor under the table. There is a cushion with different patterns for people to kneel. Such comprehensive service is seldom seen in churches.
일요일에 방문했다가 미사에 참여했습니다. 미사에 참여했던 것은 처음이라 긴장되었고 다른 종교를 이해하는 기회였습니다. 내부는 신선했고 싱가포르를 여행하며 가장 인상 깊었던 장소 중 한 곳입니다
St. Andrew's Church, a Gothic building made of shell powder, coconut shells, syrup and protein, is very quiet. As soon as it enters, it can't help holding its breath. Every seat is neatly arranged with holy books for worshippers of different languages and nationalities to pray and read, reflecting the spirit of unity of Christ.
The church forgot during the day, but actually walked very close. Considering that the Church usually opened at night, and the night scene should be more beautiful, we went to see it all the time. Sure enough, the evening was open and there were prayer classes. We went in and listened for a while. They have free air conditioning, and they sing hymns very well.
St. Andrew s Cathedral has gone through more than a hundred years of vicissitudes but is still so glorious, "is youth flawless" legendary skin of St. Andrew's Church wins the snow. The pure white exterior wall, which was mixed with shells, lime, sugar and protein by Indians, was pasted, then water and soft coconut shells were added as gypsum raw materials, which made the exterior wall smooth and lustrous, but also strong, and nails could not be nailed in.
To Singapore, you should go to St Andrey's Church. From a distance, the white church is magnificent and beautiful! It reminds us of the pure heart of Jesus! Enter the church, quiet and holy, every prayer table drawer has Bible and other books, the front of the church has the cross of Jesus, looking back, there are three stained glass on the left.
The location of the church is very easy to find. It's easy to see from the city hall stand, but it's also surrounded by high-rise buildings, so it's easy to circle the surrounding high-rise buildings when taking a view. This church gives people a sense of holiness. It is a typical English church style. The pure white church feels very suitable for marriage. The locals recommended another famous church, Amenia Church, not far from St Andrew. It's just a highway away. If you're interested, you can also visit it. Walking straight ahead two roads is the National Gallery of Art of Singapore (see Fig. 5). Don't miss out on friends who are interested in it.~~
This white Anglican Church is the national treasure of Singapore. It stands quietly in the city centre of Singapore. The pure white facade symbolizes the holiness of religion. It is really beautiful and suffocating. The surprise is that there is a new church under the ground.