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==Buddhist Records==
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''For information about records for Christian religions in Singapore, go to the '''[[Singapore Church Records|Church Records]]''' page.''
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==Anglican Records==
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination|Church of England]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination|Church of Our Savior]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination|St. Andrew's Cathedral]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination|St. Hilda's Church]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination|St. James' Church]]
  
==Catholic Records==
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==Apostolic, Methodist, and Presbyterian==
*For more information about how to obtain records for Catholic denominations, visit this page:'''[[Singapore Church Records]]'''
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Armenian Apostolic Church]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Orchard Road Presbyterian Church]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Tamil Methodist Church]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Wesley Methodist Church]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Telok Ayer Methodist Church]]
  
==Christian Records==  
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==Buddhist Records==
*For more information about how to obtain records for Christian denominations, visit this page: '''[[Singapore Church Records]]'''
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Buddhism appeared in Singapore during the 2nd century AD and is practiced by about 33% of the population.<ref>Wikipedia contributors, "Buddhism in Singapore," in ''Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia'', https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Founding_of_modern_Singapore, accessed 10 December 2019.</ref>
  
 
==Hindu Records==
 
==Hindu Records==
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Hinduism can be traced in Singapore back to around the 7th century AD. Hindus constitute about 5% of the population of adult Singaporeans.<ref>Wikipedia contributors, "Hinduism in Singapore," in ''Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia'', https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinduism_in_Singapore, accessed 10 December 2019.</ref>
  
 
==Islamic Records==
 
==Islamic Records==
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About 15% of Singaporeans are Muslims. The majority of practicing Muslims in Singapore follow the traditional Sunni Muslims.<ref>Wikipedia contributors, "Islam in Singapore," in ''Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia'', https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Singapore#:~:targetText=According%20to%20statistics%20from%202010,Chinese%2C%20Arab%20and%20Eurasian%20communities., accessed 10 December 2019.</ref>
  
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==Roman Catholic==
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Cathedral of the Good Shepherd]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Church of Our Lady of Lourdes]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Church of the Nativity of our Lady]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Church of St. Joseph (Portuguese Mission), Waterloo Street]]
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*[[Singapore Church Records#Church by Demonination| Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Queen Street]]
  
 
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==References==
 
 
 
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For information about records for Christian religions in Singapore, go to the Church Records page.

Anglican Records[edit | edit source]

Apostolic, Methodist, and Presbyterian[edit | edit source]

Buddhist Records[edit | edit source]

Buddhism appeared in Singapore during the 2nd century AD and is practiced by about 33% of the population.[1]

Hindu Records[edit | edit source]

Hinduism can be traced in Singapore back to around the 7th century AD. Hindus constitute about 5% of the population of adult Singaporeans.[2]

Islamic Records[edit | edit source]

About 15% of Singaporeans are Muslims. The majority of practicing Muslims in Singapore follow the traditional Sunni Muslims.[3]

Roman Catholic[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wikipedia contributors, "Buddhism in Singapore," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Founding_of_modern_Singapore, accessed 10 December 2019.
  2. Wikipedia contributors, "Hinduism in Singapore," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinduism_in_Singapore, accessed 10 December 2019.
  3. Wikipedia contributors, "Islam in Singapore," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Singapore#:~:targetText=According%20to%20statistics%20from%202010,Chinese%2C%20Arab%20and%20Eurasian%20communities., accessed 10 December 2019.