Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about Landings:

What is Landings?

Landings is a reconciliation ministry based on compassionate listening. At Landings, we welcome returning Catholics back to the Church. We also welcome Catholics who struggle in their relationship with God and the Church.  We provide safe spaces where, in small groups, participants share their faith stories and explore Catholic themes confidentially and without judgement.

The Landings programme started in 1989 in the USA and has been in Singapore since 2008.

What to expect at Landings?

A typical Landings programme takes place over 10-weeks with weekly sessions that each last around two hours. Each session covers the following elements:

  • Check-in time and opening prayer
  • Faith story-telling
  • Response to story
  • Fellowship
  • Reflection on Catholic themes (the themes centre around our relationship with God as well as the Sacraments)
  • Closing Prayer

A weekend retreat takes place towards the end of the programme.

What’s next after Landings?             

After completing a 10-week programme, we enter into ‘community mode’. The desire of the community is to continue in the life-long journey to build personal, intimate encounters with Jesus – united in the mission to welcome returning sisters and brothers.

Where is Landings held?

Landings is available in Singapore at the Church of the Holy Spirit (at Upper Thomson), Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour (at Siglap Hill), Church of St Ignatius (at Kings Road), and the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd (at Queens Street).

When are Landings programmes held?

We plan to have three 10-week programmes spread over the course of a year in order to have the programme more accessible.  These are held at one or more of the four churches.

Landings programmes are currently suspended given the on-going Covid-19 situation. Do let us know if you are keen to know when the programme will be available and at which church you would likely join the programme.