Africans in Singapore find ‘a place like home’ in student society, church fellowship as their numbers slowly grow
In a nondescript building in the Katong neighbourhood on Singapore’s eastern outskirts, a small congregation dressed in bright, colourful prints dance joyously to a choir belting out vibrant songs of worship in English.

It’s Sunday morning at the Cornerstone African House of Praise, a fellowship inaugurated in 2006 at the Cornerstone Community Church, which welcomes black people from around the world.

With meet-ups like this one, the African community in Singapore is carving out its own…

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