to Central Christian Church of Malaysia

Who We Are

We are a non-denominational church that strives to imitate 1st century Christianity. We are a group of disciples devoted to loving God and our neighbor, and making disciples of all nations.

Why Central Christian Church of Malaysia?

We are personal

Besides our regular Sunday service, we meet in various home and communities all over the Klang Valley in smaller groups with many programs and activities for different age group and stages of life.

We are Bible Based

This may sound obvious–and many churches claim it–but for us the Bible is the center of everything we believe and do. Together, we strive to live according to the Bible.

We are truly diverse

We are a multi-cultural, multi-lingual and multi-national membership. We have youths & campus, singles, families, professionals and the golden years. Our various activities are based on FUN, FOOD and FELLOWSHIP.

Service Info

Worship Times

Worship Service

Every Sunday 10:30am

Main Service : Auditorium, Ground Floor

Kids Kingdom : Ground Floor

Address : Campus Rangers International School, 9, Seputeh, 20 Jalan Telok Datok, Off Jalan Klang Lama, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Chinese Worship Service

Occasional Sunday. Check the calendar for schedule

Chinese Service : L3

Address : Campus Rangers International School, 9, Seputeh, 20 Jalan Telok Datok, Off Jalan Klang Lama, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Campus Rangers International School

English Midweek Service

Alternate Fridays 7:45pm

Venue : Dataran Mentari, Petaling Jaya

Chinese Midweek Service

Other Alternate Fridays 7:30pm

Venue : Dataran Mentari, Petaling Jaya

Youth Service

Saturdays 4:00pm

Venue : Campus Rangers International School

Campus Service

Saturdays 4:00pm

Venue : Campus Rangers International School

We Gather Here to Know God and Make God Known

Helpful guide and F.A.Q.

What To Expect On Your Visit

What are our service like?

Our church service are uplifting, loving and deep. Be here early 15-30 minutes for the fellowship. Service typically lasts about 90 minutes and includes singing/worship, a reflective communion sharing and a life-guiding Bible based sermon.

What to wear?

We don’t have a dress code. When you come to our service you will see people wearing everything from t-shirt and jeans to suits. Please wear what makes you feel comfortable worshiping God. We believe you’ll feel completely welcome — whether you’re casually dressed or in your “Sunday best.”

Where do I park?

At Menara Zurich, there is a multi-storey carpark at the building. You may park here for RM5 (flat rate). It is advisable to come early to get better parking spots.

How about my children?

For toddlers up to teens, they can join our Kids Kingdom and Youth classes. We provide fun Bible related activities for various age groups. For parents with babies, there is a section of the hall where you may be seated. Please be here early so you may check with the ushers or the Kids Kingdom counter for further information and to ease your kids if its their first time.

Can I take the communion?

Communion is a time of remembrance where we reflect on the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus and its impact on our lives. If you are visiting, you are not expected to participate in communion. However, if you want to take communion at our services, you are more than welcome to do so.

Should I give to the offering?

We take offering to support the work of HOPE worldwide in Malaysia. Like the communion, don’t feel obligated to give to our weekly offering unless you want to. If you want to give your offering in cash, the offering pouch will be distributed after the sermon. We also have a bank account if you want to give your offering through transfer. For more information, you may visit the HOPE worldwide Malaysia website.

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