Bishop Titus Chung (Bishop of Singapore and Chairman of SPH)

The Rt Revd Dr Titus Chung graduated from Trinity Theological College in 1995 and was ordained in the Diocese of Singapore in 1997. He served in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit and was later appointed as Vicar, where he also held the position of Chaplain to St Andrew’s Secondary School. 

In 2008, he obtained his PhD from the University of Edinburgh and returned to serve as Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s Cathedral Mandarin Congregation. In 2020, he was appointed as the tenth Bishop of Singapore and continues to serve as an adjunct lecturer at Trinity Theological College.

When TTC was relocated from Mount Sophia to Upper Bukit Timah, St Peter’s Hall was relocated along with TTC in 2001 (see Our Journey). Because he uniquely combined advanced theological training with a background in fine arts, the then Canon Titus Chung was commissioned by the then Bishop John Chew to design a stained glass panel for the new St Peter’s Hall Chapel (see Our Symbols).

Today, Bishop Titus Chung chairs the Theological Education Board, which is the Board overseeing the work of St Peter’s Hall (see Our Structure). He charted a vision for SPH and plays an active role in supporting the development of the work in SPH.


Revd Dr Joshua Sudharman (Warden of SPH and Warden of Diocesan Training)

The Revd Dr Joshua Sudharman was ordained in the Diocese of Singapore in 1999. While serving in ministry he undertook a part-time Master of Divinity and graduated from Trinity Theological College in 2008. And in 2020 he graduated with a Doctor of Ministry degree from Duke Divinity School in Duke University.

A student of St Andrew’s from Primary 1 up to Junior College, he served as a physics teacher in St Andrew’s Junior College before being called by the Lord into full-time ministry. The two parishes he served in are Chapel of the Resurrection and St John’s – St Margaret’s Church, the latter as their Vicar for 9 years. He was appointed Warden of St Peter’s Hall and Warden of Diocesan Training from 1 July 2021.



Canon Huang Ao-You (Associate Warden & Vicar of Church of the Good Shepherd)

The Revd Canon Huang Ao-You obtained his MDiv and MTh from Trinity Theological College in 1993 and 2006 respectively.

He began serving full time as a Parish Worker with the Chinese Congregation of Chapel of Christ the Redeemer. Upon ordination in 1994, he had served in the Chinese Congregations of Church of the Ascension, Marine Parade Christian Centre, St James’ Church and Garden City Christian Community (Bilingual). Currently he is the Vicar of Church of the Good Shepherd and also appointed as Associate Warden of SPH.

Being effectively bilingual, Canon Huang assists mainly with pastoral care for the Chinese-speaking students in SPH.



Deaconess June Tan (Associate Warden & Auxiliary Deaconess of St Andrew’s Cathedral)

Deaconess June Tan became one of the first two local deaconesses in the Diocese of Singapore in Nov 1990. Prior to this, deaconesses were expatriates. She was in the pioneer batch to receive the Diploma of Ministry from the Dioceses of Sabah and Singapore in Dec 1990.

Upon graduation from the then University of Singapore, she joined The Straits Times as a journalist in June 1977. She then became a Parish Worker in the Diocese in Dec 1986. Presently Ds June pastors the 7.30am and 4.30pm Services of St Andrew’s Cathedral and also serves in the cells ministry. She became the first female Associate Warden of St Peter’s Hall in Sept 2021, and assists mainly with pastoral care of the female students in St Peter’s Hall.



Revd William Chee (Associate Warden and Lay Training Coordinator)

The Revd William Chee was trained as a Chartered Accountant in the UK. In 1992, he obtained his Master of Divinity from Trinity Theological College and subsequently his Master of Theology in the Old Testament in 1996.

He was ordained in the Diocese of Singapore in 2005 and has served in various parishes before being made a Vicar of Yishun Christian Church Anglican from 2014 to 2021. He is presently appointed as the Lay Training Coordinator for the Diocese, and oversees all training conducted at the 100, 200 and 300 levels (for lay persons).



Revd Dr Jeremy-Joe Tan (Associate Warden and TTC Faculty)

The Revd Dr Jeremy-Joe Tan graduated from Trinity Theological College in 2014 and was ordained in the Diocese of Singapore in 2017. TTC and the Diocese then jointly sent him for further studies as a faculty-in-development. Jeremy obtained his MTh (2018) and PhD (2022) from the University of Edinburgh. He is current a faculty member with TTC, an associate warden with SPH, and an honorary priest with the Chapel of the Resurrection.   

(See Revd Dr Jeremy-Joe Tan’s profile on the TTC website.)