Columbarium 2017-11-01T20:08:37+00:00

When was it built?

The St Anne's Church Columbarium was blessed and officially declared open by His Grace Archbishop Emeritus Gregory Yong on 27 May 2001

St Anne’s Church Columbarium

Operating Hours:

  • Monday – Friday: 8.30 pm – 2.30pm
  • Sunday: 10.00 am – 1.00pm
  • Saturday & Public Holiday: Closed

Admin Coordinator:

  • Rodney Heng, Tel: 6386 5072
  • Email :

Niche Booking Requirements:

  • Baptism Certificate of the Beneficiaries
  • Church Marriage Certificate if Niche is for a couple
  • NRIC of the Beneficiaries
  • NRIC of Applicant (the applicant can be the beneficiary or an immediate family member)
  • NRIC of Next of Kin (an immediate family member)

Interment of Ashes


  • Apply for the interment of ashes at the Parish Office
  • Arrange for Blessing of the Niche with a Catholic priest
  • Arrange for Collection of Ashes with church contractor
  • Collect ashes from crematorium (contractor will assist)
  • Blessing of the Niche by priest
  • Interment of the ashes
  • Installation of Memorial Plaque

To bring…

  • Copy of the Niche Booking
  • Death certificate of the beneficiary
  • Baptism certificate of the deceased
  • NRIC of the Applicant or the Next of Kin as stipulated in the Booking of the Niche

Visiting The Columbarium

Please observe the following:

  • Fresh flowers is prohibited
  • No smoking, eating, drinking or littering
  • No food offerings, burning of incense or joss stick
  • Do not hang any items on the grilles or railings
  • Rites or prayers from other religion is strictly prohibited
  • Children below 12 must be accompanied by an adult

Visiting Hours

  • Daily: 7.00am to 9.00pm including Public Holiday

Monthly Prayers

  • Prayers for the deceased is held every last Sunday of the month in the Columbarium at 12.00pm
    …all are welcome to join in the prayers

Offering Masses

  • Envelopes to offer mass for the soul of the deceased is available outside the General Office
  • Write the name of the deceased and date of the mass clearly then drop it into the Mass Offering box