About Us

Central Christian Church of Malaysia is registered with the Registrar of Societies with ROS no. : 1307/91 - WP. Our administrative office is located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The address and details as follows:

28-2, The Right Angle, Jalan 14/22,46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Tel: +60 3 7955 2551Fax: +60 3 7954 2551

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Church History

Kuala Lumpur

Beginning in Kuala Lumpur, The Kuala Lumpur Central Christian Church was established in April 1991 by a group of faithful disciples from the great Singapore Church. With only a handful of disciples leading the mission team, the church grew from as few as 15 men and women then to well over 370 disciples now. Currently the KL church is led by Steven & Fyon Chin, together with a team of 6 full time ministry staff and 2 administrative staff.

The KL church has always been relying on the Mission Support from Singapore church since 1991. Right now we are not only self supporting but we are also financially supporting 3 other churches in Malaysia. Praise be to God for his vision and challenge.

Penang

The Penang Central Metropolitan Christian Church started in 1993 by a group disciples from Singapore and KL. The church of over 40 disciples are currently led by Jen Louie and Jacklyn Uy. Their future goals include the evangelization of the northern part of Malaysia.

Kota Kinabalu

The Kota Kinabalu Church of Christ started in November 1991, when a mission team of 8 disciples was sent from the KL Church. It was a vision turn reality to plant a church of true disciples to the most eastern state of Malaysia. Sabah is situated in northern part of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the world. Currently, the church has 20 - 30 disciples in this most diverse state in Malaysia and is led by non-fulltime, Loriot & Karen.

Johor Bahru

The Johor Bahru Church of Christ was planted in 1992. Now led by non-fulltime, Kalmen and Huey Sim.

Seremban, Kuantan and Kuching

In 2009, three more Cities started to have regular Sunday Church service. Singaporean Bruce with Malaysian wife June took up the charge in Seremban. A couple, Steven George and Li Kean are leading the church in Kuching. Meanwhile many members from Kuantan has move to other states/countries and no longer have church service in Kuantan.

Ipoh

In 2011, a mission team was sent to Ipoh to evangelize the tin mining city. With about 10 disciples, the church is led by non-fulltime, Calvin & Siew Foong.

Melaka

In 2015, there will be regular mission trips to Melaka in preparation to setup a church there.