Notre Dame Luther Church, built in 1888, is the first Catholic Church of Tamils in Singapore. This church is dedicated to commemorating the appearance of Notre Dame Luther in France. Its white walls, red roofs, elegant spires, high spires, and high spirits, Saint Bernadette pray for the presence of statues of Notre Dame on the Rose Window of Notre Dame. Many French imported building materials highlight the beautiful and elegant atmosphere of the church. It was listed as a national monument in 2005.
Singapore is full of interesting religious buildings and this church is one of them. Its white exterior, with classic Western European-style round windows and medieval Gothic arches, form an architectural contrast with the nearby mosques. Inside the church it’s a space of light and brightness, with the sunlight forming rainbow colours where it streams in through the stained glass windows.
When we walked from India to Arabian Street, we walked through the Notre Dame of Luther, not far from Hindu temples and mosques. Originally built at the end of the nineteenth century to cater to Indian Catholicism, it survived the Japanese bombing attacks in World War II.
Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is a Roman Catholic Church in Singapore. It is located on Ofei Road in the Central Business District. Established in 1888, it is Singapore's first Tamil Catholic Church. This is a new Gothic church with good proportions and exquisite details. Its design imitates the same name Church in Lourdes, France. Now the Church Welcomes Catholics of all races. Mass was held in English, Tamil and Sinhalese. On January 14, 2005, Notre Dame Luther Church was listed as a national monument in Singapore.
The church has white walls and red roofs. The building is very elegant. The colored glass is very beautiful and fascinating.
The church is beautiful, well situated, and the environment is good.