PASTORAL & FORMATION
We promote holistic care through human formation, values formation, social formation, psycho-emotional, moral and spiritual formation amongst the migrant communities.
Pastoral and Formation programmes are carried out through workshops, retreats, liturgical gatherings and fellowships, in collaboration with different partners and collaborators, such as archdiocesan organisations, parishes, migrant communities, schools and individual volunteers. Some of the key programmes are the Abundant & Better Life Abroad (AbBA) which focuses on values formation through experiential learning, Spiritual Living Through Art (SLTA) and Happiness Workshop.
For more information on Pastoral and Formation, call +65 8600 3584 or
join the WhatsApp Community Group at bit.ly/44Q6ZAy
Abundant & Better Life Abroad (AbBA)
Focusing on values formation through experiential learning and places an emphasis on valuing self, others, work, community. This programme was developed to help migrants find value in themselves, value the importance of their relationship with God, family and workplace, and integrating and experiencing new culture as they build community here.
Spiritual Living Through Art (SLTA)
Participants are invited to reflect on how the Word of God impacts their lives and feelings. Afterwhich, express emotions, gratitude and hopes through art and craft as a form of prayer. We hope that through this, participants will be able to move forward and look to the future with hope.
Provides the opportunity for participants to be aware of the importance of mental and emotional wellness as essentials to self-worth, values, and relationships.
Open Your Mind
Through this programme, participants can grow in awareness of the plight of migrants and the need for concrete actions as part of our Christian duties. It invites participants to relate the Catholic Social Teaching to Jesus and His Gospel, and to make a difference as individuals and community, particularly to the lives of migrants.
Know Our Faith
Through our online platforms, this initiative aims to share the basics of the Catholic faith, with the focus on the life of Jesus through the liturgical seasons and events.
Thank you for visiting the ACMI website! We are an organisation that supports migrants of all types in Singapore, such as foreign workers, foreign domestic workers, transnational families and anyone who needs help, regardless of nationality or religion.
We hope to support you while you are here in Singapore and would like to ensure you have a fulfilling stay here. Whether you have any problems, looking for guidance and advice, or want to find better ways to spend your free time, we are here to help!
Do have a look around our website and our Facebook page to see how we may be of help to you, and should you require any help, feel free to call any of the numbers below!
The ACMI Family
SPEAK WITH SOMEONE
Feeling stressed, upset or anxious? Do not worry, we are here to help, and you are never alone. If you need a listening ear or someone to talk to, please call us at the numbers below.
ACMI Migrant Helpline
If you are in need of any assistance, or wish to speak to someone, do call our migrant hotline.
Sgot Kita, Kabayan
ACMI-UGAT Migrant helpline
(English, Tagalog, Cebuano, Bicolano, Bisaya, and Hiligaynon)
You are not alone. If you are feeling helpless, sad or anxious, or need someone to talk to, feel free to call our UGAT helpline for assistance.
Operating hours: 9pm – 12am
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