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Please take time to look through our site and what is offered at Wesley Methodist Church, Klang. We are a church that desires to take Jesus to our community and world. We believe our website will help you get to know us even before we have the pleasure of welcoming you in person.
You are important to us because Jesus Christ loves you and died for the forgiveness of your sin. We want to make your time with us pleasurable and enriching, answer your questions, and assist you spiritually. Let us know how we can serve you.
God bless you!
In Acts the Bible tells us we need to be in relationships for our personal and spiritual growth. As Paul and the early Christians taught and received teaching “from house to house,” we too must respond in our
walk with Christ in each other’s homes (Acts 5:42; 20:20)! Even in the shadow of the Temple they did this, even in the shadow of your Church you can do this too. Why did they do this? Because they needed to be connected to one another in their fragmented and persecuted world, we desperately need to be connected too! They needed a way and place to do as Christ modeled and taught them, the multiplication of disciples, leaders, and churches so that God’s Kingdom will be built and glorified.
Are you thinking this is great but not for me? Perhaps you are like me, struggling a very busy full plate in life. A plate that is overfilled with mounds of things that you need to do and are responsible for in your life. Perhaps, they are overflowing your dish. We all struggle with the demands of our career and all of the frustrations and stress placed on us, such as goals, deadlines work flow and the office high jinx. Then there are our family obligations, taking the kids to school, picking them up here and there, dealing with all of their demands and obligations too. Then maybe you are already volunteering for something in the church or community. Maybe you are juggling work and school and family, to the point there is not a free minute in our week. Then you are asked, “Hey, why don’t you join our small group?” What??? I do not have the time! I cannot possibly commit to anything else. I am overloaded and overwhelmed! Well, to be honest, then you are the person who needs to be in a small group the most!
Why? Because, it is God’s plan for you to be in quality relationships to Him and then to others within the confines of a loving community, which is also the definition of “Church.” Because, we all need a place to belong and work through the issues of life. Because, we need to be loved and give our love. As a Christian our primary thrust is to know and grow in Christ. Where our goal is to be a surrendered and poured out offering to Christ’s glory (John 14-15; Gal. 2:20-21; Phil. 3:10). How can this be accomplished when all aspects of our life are riddled with stress? By learning spiritual disciplines and receiving the discipleship, relationships and encouragement that small groups offer. We need a place to grow and we as humans in relationship to Christ grow best in community with people who love and care for you! (RICHARD J. KREJCIR)
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VBS 2014: Space Quest
Blasting off into space in 59 days! Hope to see your kids there! Register today!
For registration forms, you can…
1. OFFLINE – Download the images below and print the form. Submit the hardcopy to us.
2. ONLINE – Click the link —> VBS 2014 – SpaceQuest Registration Form
Date: October 4, 2014 (Saturday)
Time: 9.00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.
Venue: Wesley Methodist Church Klang
4 Jalan Bukit Jawa, 41000 Klang Tel: 3372 2698
Cost: RM10.00 per person (inclusive of tea)
Closing Date For Registration : September 28, 2014 (Sunday)
About the speaker : Rev Kok Sing Chong graduated from Trinity Theological College Singapore in 1976. From 1977 to 2003 he served in Chin Hock Methodist Church in Sitiawan. He retired in 2004. Since then the Lord has been taking him to China, Taiwan, Indonesia and US to teach, disciple and minister in Healing & Deliverance, Prayer and Preaching of His Word.
Sunday, (Jan 25) – Pray that when we face challenges in life, we will not react to our circumstances in the flesh, but respond to our challenges in the Spirit. Pray that God will give us the grace and the strength to follow the example of Jesus, who always maintained a perfect attitude in every situation because He prayed about everything and worried about nothing, never becoming defensive, discouraged, or depressed because His goal was to please the Father rather than to achieve His own agenda. Pray that we will seek to attain a Christ-like attitude by asking God for strength and wisdom to appropriately respond to every situation so that ultimately the Lord gets the glory.
Monday, (Jan 26)) – Pray for the Nation: Pray that the authorities will refrain from making remarks that fuel racial and religious tension, but will encourage the rakyat to have mutual respect for one another, that the nation will be free from ethnic tensions, and that every Malaysian will have the right to choose and practice the religion of his/her choice. Praise God that the heavy rains and subsequent floods have ceased. Continue to pray that the flood evacuees will be able to rebuild their lives and their homes, and that God’s glory and grace will shine through those who help the flood victims
Tuesday, (Jan 27) – The Super Seniors Cell Group will be having their first meeting of the year tomorrow. Pray that more of our seniors will attend this monthly cell group meeting. Pray for Sister Lillian as she takes charge of the CG, that God’s hand and wisdom be upon her, and the CG programmes will minister to, and encourage the seniors. Pray for good health for our seniors, and that they will always experience the Lord’s love, presence and peace in their lives. Pray that they “shall flourish like palm trees…transplanted into the Lord’s own garden and are under His personal care. Even in old age they will still produce fruit and be vital and green.” (Psalm 92: 12-14)
Wednesday, (Jan 28) – Pray for the Church in Malaysia – to repent of areas of pride in individual lives, and in the church/ministry; to be determined to walk in purity and holiness; to be a people of peace, and a beacon of light and hope to our communities; to have more compassion and love for the lost, the poor and those affected by the recent tragedies; and that God will be the sole passion of the Church. Pray for all those who signed up for the 24/7 prayer, that they will be faithful and committed to pray during their allotted time.
Thursday, (Jan 29) – Pray for the Orang Asli (OA) ministry in our church that the OA will continue to deepen their relationship with Christ. Pray that they will not be sidetracked or tempted to abandon their faith, but continue to be rooted in Christ. Pray for the teams that go weekly to the 2 OA villages that God will give them the passion and perseverance to build into the lives of these villagers. Pray for protection and journey mercies, and joy in serving the Lord in this ministry. Praise God for 3 OA who have gone to Bible School in East Malaysia. Pray that they will be faithful in their theological studies, and that God will bless them, and they will return to serve their people.
Friday, (Jan 30) – Pray for the TRAC: Pastor Teoh Lee Y’ng is the new pastor at Living Hope Methodist Church (LHMC) in Bukit Rimau/Kota Kemuning. Recently, she met up with the leaders of LHMC to pray and discuss further about how the church can effectively reach out to the surrounding community and shine the light of Christ there. Pray for good relationship building between the Pastor and the leaders of LHMC. Pray that as time progresses, more in the community will get to know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
Saturday, (Jan 31) – Pray for the World: Protestant churches in Iran have been severely persecuted over the last few years. Spies infiltrated congregations and church buildings were seized or closed. Farsi-speaking serves have been forbidden, and a number of pastors were imprisoned. Pray for wisdom, boldness and protection for all in leadership. Pray that the Church will continue to stay strong.
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