ACMI

Our
Mission

To be the ambassador of the Good Shepherd and serve the migrant community in Singapore, regardless of race or religion. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, we believe in God’s will for the dignity and freedom of all individuals.

Our Mission

To be the ambassador of the Good Shepherd and serve the migrant community in Singapore, regardless of race or religion. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, we believe in God’s will for the dignity and freedom of all individuals.

What
We Do

We aim to help migrants in Singapore meet their emotional and spiritual needs. Our ministry includes Case Management, Skills Development, Community Outreach and Formation.

What We Do

We aim to help migrants in Singapore meet their emotional and spiritual needs. Our ministry includes Case Management, Skills Development, Community Outreach and Formation.

The following values guide us in everything we do:

WELCOME

Hebrews 13:2
We welcome all who come to us as brothers and sisters and embrace them with respect and without prejudice.

PROTECT

Psalm 146:9
We ensure those who are vulnerable receive support to lead more holistic lives with dignity, safety and security.

PROMOTE

Deutronomy 10: 18-19
We promote human values rooted in our Catholic teachings by being instrumental in the development of migrants and collaborative efforts with stakeholders and agencies.

INTEGRATE

Ephesians 2:19
We build communities that enhance integral human development regardless of socioeconomic status and religion.

Our Stories

Possible or Impossible?

Jan Recounts her Experience with Migrant Construction Workers in Singapore. After reading this part of the Pope’s message. The thought immediately came to mind. What does “logic of the world”…

I Found My Place Of Belonging

Theresa Shares About Her Journey In Singapore And How She Came To Find Her Place Of Belonging.  I first came to Singapore in 1982 for my studies. I came alone,…

Moved To Pray For Others

Ignatius Shares About The Power of Prayer. I’m always moved by the suffering of others.  I always try to put myself in the other persons shoes and try to understand their pain…

Events

Skills Development – Join Our Weekday Courses!

✨🙋‍♀️Weekday Courses for Foreign Domestic Workers and Migrant Spouses

Join in our Weekday Courses at the ACMI Skills Development Center for Foreign Domestic Workers/Helpers (FDWs) and Migrant Spouses in Singapore!

Learn a new language or skill!

Here are some of the courses that we offer:

  • English Language
  • Mandarin Language
  • Baking
  • Cooking

Weekday Course Semester and Dates:

How to sign up:

ACMI Skills Development Office

Level 3, Agape Village 7A Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319264

When and What Time?

Opening Hours

Monday 10 am – 5 pm
Tuesday 10 am – 5 pm
Wednesday 10 am – 5 pm
Thursday 10 am – 5 pm
Friday 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday 10 am – 5 pm

Note: We are closed on Public Holidays.

What to bring?

Cash and Work Permit/Long Term Visit Pass (LTVP).

Inaugural ACMI Fundraising Dinner 2020

“It’s Not Just About Migrants But About All of Us!” – Pope Francis

This is ACMI’s inaugural fundraising dinner. Thank You for being with us on this journey.

ACMI is a commission in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore that reaches out to all Migrants and Itinerants in Singapore.

Our Mission is to be Christ the Good Shepherd in our ministry. Our values of Welcoming, Protecting, Promoting and Integrating guide us in our ministry.

We serve all Migrants and itinerants in Singapore regardless of religion, nationality or socio-economic background.

Your continued generosity to The Migrant Fund will offer empowerment to vulnerable migrants in Singapore. 

The funds raised will go to supporting our ministry: 

Case Management Transforming, empowering and supporting migrant families or individuals in areas of counselling, shelter, legal, education and other assistance.

Skills DevelopmentEmpowering migrants to to gain new skills and build self-confidence.

Community OutreachBuilding communities and bringing migrants and locals together through workshops, events and programmes. We hope to impact the lives of migrants and also form mutual understanding and empathy.


Details:

Date: 15 February 2020, Saturday

Time: 7 pm

Venue: St Joseph’s Institution Junior, 3 Essex Rd, Singapore 309331

Table Pricing:

S$700

S$3,000

S$5,000

S$10,000

Table Bookings:

Please contact the ACMI Executive Team at acmi@catholic.org.sg to book your table.

Your donation is tax deductible.

If you need more information, please email us at acmi@catholic.org.sg 

AbBA: Abundant and Better Life Abroad

A 4-part values formation series organised by the Archdiocesan Commission for Migrants and Itinerants (ACMI) and Couples for Christ (CFC) for Foreign Domestic Workers (FDWs) to discover their true self-worth, and hopefully lead to personal development and better work performance.

Session 1:  Valuing Self | My True Treasure

Session 2:  Valuing Others | We Are Family

Session 3:  Valuing Creation | Caring For Common Home

Session 4:  Migrants as Missionaries | We are Good News

*All sessions conducted in English

Time: 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Venue: Agape Village, 7A Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319264

Next AbBA Dates: May – June 2020 (TBC)

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