Harmony of Faiths Singapore

a community-building program

of multi-channel activities

providing interfaith understanding

through dialogues

Launched in 2019, the Harmony of Faiths Singapore is a community-building interfaith program creating awareness about different religions in Singapore. It comprises of multi-channel activities such as exhibitions, talks and tours that enable interfaith understanding.

The goal of the program is to enable a healthy level of comfortableness in discussing commonalities and differences amongst the different religions.

Interfaith Talks

The talks are a series of interactive get-together focused on knowledge sharing on common topics among the religions. Led by a panel of speakers from a different religion, members get an opportunity to discuss the beliefs and practices in each religion. These talk, supported by National Library Board, are held in Singapore’s public libraries.

Community Experience

Community Experience

The community experience brings members of the public on a trail along Singapore’s historical streets of diversity at Telok Ayer. The tour includes visits a Chinese Methodist Church, a Taoist temple and an Indian Muslim centre, showcasing the inter-religious heritage of the city-state. The participants also visit the Harmony Diversity Gallery, where they learn more about religious diversity and efforts undertaken to preserve the harmony among different faiths.


The exhibitions are public displays of the ten religions in IRO aimed at increasing awareness about how different religions share some similarities. The multi-media exhibits also explore the history of religious harmony efforts. The first instalment of the exhibition series was held in March 2019 at the Far East Plaza.