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ETHOS Institute™ for Public Christianity was formed by the National Council of Churches of Singapore, Trinity Theological College and The Bible Society of Singapore in 2014.

ETHOS Institute™ seeks to serve church and society by engaging contemporary issues and trends from the Christian perspective. ETHOS Institute™ offers:

  • Studies on important topics and public issues from the Christian perspective
  • Regular lectures, seminars, conferences and symposiums for the Christian public
  • Resources to Churches and Christians in different professions and vocations
  • Resources to the National Council of Churches of Singapore


 About the Partners

National Council of Churches of SingaporeNational Council of Churches of Singapore

The National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS) is a body bringing together churches and Christian organisations in Singapore to present a united witness. Its membership includes the country’s major Protestant denominations, independent and non-denominational churches, as well as churches from the Orthodox tradition. Membership is voluntary and each member retains its autonomy in determining its own policies and actions. Christian organisations and institutions are admitted as associate members.

Trinity Theological CollegeTrinity Theological College

Trinity Theological College (TTC) was established in 1948 as a union college to serve the needs of the church. It remains committed to the mission of Asia’s fast growing churches, by training pastors, missionaries, church workers, and theological educators. By providing sound and solid theological teaching, TTC seeks to anchor Christian ministers in the historic faith of the church so as to enable them to engage the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ.

The Bible Society of SingaporeThe Bible Society of Singapore

The Bible Society of Singapore (BSS) is a Bible mission agency that is part of the fellowship of 147 societies across 200 countries and territories. The mission of BSS is to make the Bible available to all people by making it available through the work of translation and publishing, accessible through distribution and literacy programmes, and credible through engagement and advocacy of the Word of God.