show respect for the elderly and revere your God…”
All Saints Home is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) that provides comprehensive and professional eldercare services to the aged of all backgrounds. We are firmly anchored on our mission to provide quality care, bring joy and comfort, and honour the dignity of residents in a caring Christian environment. Over the past 30 years, we have built a reputation for our commitment to deliver the highest standards of professional eldercare - with love, sincerity and purity. By God’s grace, we will continue to do so, and extend our reach to positively impact the lives of those in need. In everything that we do, there is only one aim - to be a shining testimony of God’s great love and compassion in eldercare.
History and Founder
Brief History of the Establishment of All Saints Home
In 1981 Bethel Presbyterian Church established a preaching station at the Chapel. It grew to become a separate congregation in 1990, and subsequently an independent church in 1995. It was given permission to temporary use the Chapel for Sunday Services.
All Saints Memorial Chapel has significantly contributed to community social welfare. The ancillary hall was converted into a 30-bed nursing home called All Saints Home in 1986 to serve the old and sick. It was well received by the public and by the Ministry of Health (MOH).
In 1999, MOH proposed that we build a modern 179-bed Nursing Home at Tampines Street 44 to replace the Home in Hougang. The building and equipment cost amount to $9.9 million. The new Home at Tampines was officially opened by the Minister For National Development, Mr. Mah Bow Tan on November 4, 2001.
On January 20, 2000, we submitted an application to the URA to build five blocks of 2-storey columbarium on the site of the old Home at Hougang. This was turned down by the URA on the grounds that the site had been rezoned as a place of worship in 1998. Subsequent appeals were all unsuccessful.
Consequently, we decided to submit plans to rebuild the Hougang Home. Praise God, in September 10, 2001 and January 15, 2002, MOH and URA approved the plans. All Saints Home (Hougang) was completed in July 2004. The 3-storey Nursing Home has 144 beds. The Basement includes a Memorial Hall with four chambers totalling 9050 niches. The building and equipment cost amount to $7.5 million. It is a double blessing that the Home and the Columbarium extension could be built together to serve the public. President S R Nathan unveiled the memorial plaque on the March 11, 2005.
For more details, please refer to http://www.asmc.org.sg/asmc_history.html
Reverend Lee Huai Kwang (7.4.1918 – 25.11.2005)
Rev. Lee Huai Kwang was born of a poor family in Jin Sha Village, near Shantou, in southern China. He became a preacher at Zion Church in Shantou after graduating from Barbour College in 1938. He married Miss Chan Cheng Leong in 1939 and came to Singapore with his family in 1947. He was first assigned by the Presbyterian Synod to serve as preacher at Holy Light Church in Johore Bahru. In 1950 he became the preacher at Bethel Presbyterian Church in Singapore. He was ordained in 1971 and retired as Senior Minister in 1991. However, he continued to serve Bethel and beyond until he was called home to eternal rest.
In 1951 God provided the opportunity for Rev. Lee to be principal of Min Sin School and still serve in the Church. At the time Bethel was unable to support its preacher. In 1973 Rev. Lee gave up the principal position in Min Sin School to concentrate fully in church work.
During his 55 years of service at Bethel, 23 years in a honorary capacity, the church grew from a Teochew congregation with less than 20 families to its present three congregations worshipping also in Mandarin and English. Rev. Lee valued Christian discipleship. In those days when Christian teach materials were scarce, he wrote and compiled teaching materials to benefit Bethel members. These were published in 8 volumes. He was caring and dedicated to church members and was well loved by them.
Rev. Lee played a pivotal role in turning around the fledgling Li Sun High School (set up in 1965 by the Synod) into the present-day Presbyterian High School. In 1976, against all odds, he founded All Saints Memorial Chapel (ASMC) with support from Bethel and some other churches, pioneering the practice of Christian cremation in Singapore. In 1987 he founded All Saints Home at Poh Huat Road in response to the increasing need to help the aged sick. A new Home in Tampines in 2001, with subsidy from the Ministry of Health, and the redevelopment of the Poh Huat Road Home in 2005, affirmed his foresight.
In his years of service to God, Rev. Lee demonstrated vision, compassion and determination in leading Bethel and in responding to the changing needs of Singapore’s Christian community and beyond. He displayed an indefatigable spirit, tenacity and an ability to inspire, persuade and generate support for his ideas and to raise the necessary funds. This enabled him to achieve significantly in his calling as pastor as well as in his social and community service. In 2002 he was awarded the Public Service Star (BBM) by the Singapore Government in recognition of his contributions to society.
Praise be to God. Amen.
OUR VISIONTo be a shining testimony of God's great love and compassion in eldercare
OUR MISSIONWe provide quality care, bring joy and comfort, and honour the dignity of residents in a caring Christian environment.
All Saints Home was founded in 1986 by the late Reverend Lee Huai Kwang, who saw a growing need for nursing care in Singapore. Eager to help the elderly, Reverend Lee established a 30-bed home at Poh Huat Road. Since then, All Saints Home has grown steadily with capacity expansion and new facilities. Today, with four homes strategically located in different parts of Singapore, and a total bed capacity of 734 beds, we provide comprehensive and professional care services that are extended to elderly of all backgrounds.
Our services include residential, respite and day care, with care plans that are customised to meet the needs of each resident or client. We will soon include home-based care to provide clients with a complete range of care services in the comfort of their homes.
Board of Directors
Ng Keok Boon
Richard Tan Chuan Lye
Loh Li Cheng
Tan Hua Joo
Pauline Ang Hooi Yeong
Rev Wong Shyun Jye
Lim Kim Choon
Chua Lip Wei
Lee Shee Koeng
Dr Yeap Eng Hooi
- Samuel Tan Chief Executive Officer
- Ko Hui Yun Chief Operating Officer
- Phyllis Tan Head, Nursing
- Dr Lee Yun Head, Medical
Head, Centre Operations
Head, Facilities & Logistics
- Rev Daniel Teh Lead Chaplain
- Chan Foong Yee Head, Human Resource
- Shruthi John Head, Rehabilitation
- Poon Kit Sun Head, Medical Social Worker
- Kan Mei Yan Head, Finance
- Alaris Wong Head, Corporate Affairs
- Tiffany Ng Head, Procurement
- Pak Chee Meng Head, Silver Lifestyle Club
Head, Risk Control and Compliance
Head, Community Relations
- Albert Yong Head, Information Technology
- Surita Cheng Head, Centre Administration
Official Opening Ceremony of All Saints Home Jurong East, 20 May 2016
All Saints Home Yishun - Maintenance Day Care, 1 Dec 2015
All Saints Home Yishun - Day Rehabilitation, 23 Oct 2015
All Saints Home Jurong East Began Operation, 15 Sep 2015.
All Saints Home Jurong East Projected Official Opening, 20 May 2016
All Saints Home Yishun Began Operation, 23 Mar 2015.
All Saints Home Yishun Official Opening, 7 Nov 2015
Awarded government tender to operate two new Nursing Homes in Yishun and Jurong East
Official Opening Ceremony of All Saints Home Hougang
Group photo at All Saints Home Hougang Opening
Speech by Reverend Lee During Hougang’s Groundbreaking Ceremony
Rebuilding of All Saints Home Hougang
Official Opening Ceremony of All Saints Home Tampines
Plaque commemorating the opening of All Saints Home Tampines
Prayer of Blessing for All Saints Home Tampines Groundbreaking
180-bedded Nursing Home Groundbreaking Ceremony at Tampines Street 44
0.4 hectare of land at Tampines Street 44 was offered by the government to build a nursing home
Reverend Lee Huai Kwang founded 30-bedded Nursing Home in Poh Huat Road