The case has been under investigation since 2010.
If convicted, they could each face up to 10 years of jail and fined.
In early 2010, the Commissioner of Charities (COC) received complaints alleging the misuse of the charity's funds.
The COC's inquiry revealed misconduct and mismanagement in the administration of the charity.
CAD, COC focused their investigations on the Crossover Project.
The Crossover Project was meant to connect with people and reach out to non-Christians.
Kong Hee's wife, Ho Yeow Sun, actively pursued a music career in the US.
Five of her singles made it into the top 10 of Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs.
She collaborated with notable names such as David Foster, Olivia Newton-John and Wyclef Jean.
The Kongs now live in one of the penthouses at Sentosa Cove.
The 487-sq m Ocean Drive apartment was bought in 2007 for $9.3 million.
The couple first stayed in a $127,000 five-room flat in Tampines.
Pastor Kong and his family are believed to be staying on the top floor.
In 2010, they family moved into a $2.6 million condo unit in The Suits at Central on Devonshire Road.
The family recently returned from a week's holiday in Thailand.
Supporters of City Harvest Church outside the Subordinate Courts at 8am on June 27.
When approached, they declined to speak to the media.
Church members whom my paper spoke to expressed support for their embattle leaders.
At least one member was worried that the church's reputation would be affected.
Ms Ho Yeow Sun, Pastor Kong Hee's wife, arrives at the Subordinate Courts.
Pastor Kong Hee is surrounded by supporters as he arrives at the Subordinate Courts.
The Commissioner of Charities (COC) received complaints alleging the misuse of the charity's funds.
Their arrests come over alleged misuse of church funds and alleged breaches under charity laws. Sun Ho is seen here with a friend in 2010.
CAD will be charging Kong Hee, Tan Ye Peng and three others for Conspiracy to commit Criminal Breach of Trust as an Agent.
Will be charged in court for the offences on June 27, 2012.
DPM Teo Chee Hean stressed in a statement on June 26 that charges were filed against the five individuals, and not the church itself.
He is an alumnus of Raffles Institution and Raffles Junior College.
She has been criticised for her celebrity lifestyle.
Was started in 2002 by Kong Hee and his wife, with the intention to use Sun Ho's music to connect and reach out to non-Christians.
An individual alleged in the media that the charity was funding Sun Ho's music career.
City Harvest issued press statements, as well as representations to its church members, that they had not funded Sun Ho's career.
However, funds were indeed used to fund the Crossover Project according to COC's statement today.
Irregularities of at least $23 million, purportedly used to finance Ho Yeow Sun's secular music career, have been discovered.
She has been suspended along with seven others by the Commissioner of Charities. She has not been arrested.
He and three other leaders were picked up by the police early this morning.
City Harvest members expressed shock when allegations of misappropriation started to surface.
He is the former Chairman of City Harvest Church's Board, Trustee, Agent and Executive Member and will be charged in court on June 27.
He was also on the governing board as an Agent and Executive Member will be charged in court on June 27.
Funds were used to finance the project under the guise of donations to its affiliated church in Kuala Lumpur.
Approximately the amount of money used for purported expenditures of Kong Hee and Sun Ho between Apr 2007 to Mar 2010.