Wesley Methodist Church Klang

Welcome! We are delighted that you are visiting our website. We hope you will come visit us in person at our church. It is our sincere prayer that you will encounter Jesus Christ and that your life will be spiritually refreshed through your experience with us.

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!

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Pre-Recorded Worship Service – 27th & 28th Feb 2021

Title: God Knows
Scripture: Psalm 139: 1 – 4
Preacher: Datuk Jory Leong

 

Music Used: God Will Make A Way
Artist: Don Moen
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rSWXf2Y4z0

 

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Enjoy A Close And Personal Relationship With God

Have you had people in your life who knew you so well, they knew just what to say when you needed it? Or maybe they could pick out a gift that was especially meaningful, because they knew just what you liked. These personal gestures certainly make us feel special.

Now, think about the personal relationship God offers us. The psalmist David proclaimed, “O LORD, you have examined my heart and know everything about me. You know when I sit down or stand up. You know my thoughts even when I’m far away. You see when I travel and when I rest at home. You know everything I do. You know what I am going to say even before I say it, LORD” (Psalm 139:1-4, NLT).

Wow! That’s personal insight at its highest level! God knows everything about us including every word we speak, every thought we think, and even the attitude of our heart. I think it’s very significant that we understand how personally God knows us, because it reveals at least three important characteristics of His nature.

First of all, God offers us personal love. It’s our love for others that moves us to care about them and be interested in their affairs. To think that God is interested in every detail of our lives shows that He deeply loves and cares for us.

Secondly, God offers us personal provision. Problems we face can be very complex whether they are physical, emotional, or relational in nature. But God understands each one completely and can offer the specific help we need.

Finally, God offers us personal guidance. The psalmist David declared, “You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in Your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed” (Psalm 139:16). While our vision is limited, God sees and understands our lives from beginning to end. He can give us better insight, advice, and direction than we could ever get from our own understanding or another person’s opinion.

The famous 23rd Psalm opens with these words: “The LORD is my shepherd.” I love how David refers to the Lord as “my shepherd.” He could have called the Lord “a” shepherd or “the” shepherd, and he certainly would have been true. But David obviously enjoyed a relationship with the Lord that was very personal … to the level that he could call Him “my” shepherd.

You see, if you know God just as “a” shepherd, your knowledge is probably based on what you’ve heard about Him. When you know God as “the” shepherd, your knowledge is based on what you believe about Him. But when you know God as “my” shepherd, you know God because of what He’s done personally for you.

We can all enjoy a close and personal relationship with the Lord. In fact, that’s what He desires. After all, He knows every detail of our lives down to the number of hairs on our head. He understands us better than we understand ourselves!

Yes, one of the wonders of His greatness is that while He is the Creator of the universe, He still knows and cares about each of us on a deeply personal level. Know that you are special to the Lord. When you seek Him, you’ll receive personal love, provision, and guidance you can find nowhere else. Let Him be “your” shepherd today. (EVAN JACKSON)

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Notices: February 27-28, 2021

IMPORTANCE NOTICE DURING MCO PERIOD
In compliance with the Movement Control Order (MCO) directive from the government the following will be observed by the Church:
1. The church building is closed until further notice.
2. The church office is also closed during this period.
If you need assistance, kindly call or whatsapp any one of them:
Pastor Gaurri @ 012-5594537
Chee Kai @ 012-2360457
Taeko @ 012-2360458
Pelita Chuah @ 016-6256188
Jane @ 017-6227226
Cheng It @ 012-9153640

CHURCH STAFF MEETING
Please take note that the church staff meeting is held on every Tuesday at 2:30pm via zoom. Kindly avoid calling the church staff during this time. We seek your kind understanding and cooperation on this matter.

NEXT WEEKEND SERVICES
Speaker : Rev Gaurri Maniam
Dates : Sat & Sun, March 6 & 7, 2021
Sermon Title: God’s People Defined
Scripture Text: Exodus 20: 1-7

LCEC MEETING
Date : Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time : 1:00 p.m.
LCEC members, please take note.
Via zoom

HOLY COMMUNION IN MARCH
Holy Communion in March will be celebrated on March 6 & 7, 2021. Please take note.

21-DAY PRAYER MEETING
MARCH 14-31, 2021
Time : 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.
Please take note. Via zoom

FINANCIAL PLEDGE FORM 2021
Please be reminded to submit the Financial Pledge Form 2021 through the church website. Click on ‘Giving’, select the correct form, fill-up your details and submit. If you need a copy of the Financial Pledge Form 2021 to be sent to you, please contact Irene Khoo @ 012-7911837 or Pelita @ 016-6256188.

MISSIONS FAITH PLEDGE 2021
Please be reminded to submit your Missions Faith Pledge Form 2021. You may submit the form through the church website. Click on ‘Giving’, select the correct form, fill-up your details and submit.

2ND OFFERING
The 2nd Offering for February goes to Persatuan Daybreak. You may give your donations during the entire month of February via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

FREEDOM IN CHRIST (FIC)
DISCIPLESHIP COURSE
Date : Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time : 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER MEETING
(FOCUS ON PRAYING FOR THE NATION)
On Mondays @ 2pm to 4pm
Person-in-Charge: Sister Su Fing
Those who are interested to join, please request for the zoom link from Sister Su Fing @ 016-6852792.

CORPORATE PRAYER MEETINGS
The Zoom Prayer Meetings are as follows:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
@ 8:00 a.m.-8:30a.m.
Thursday Nights only
@ 9:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER
Theme : Build On A Strong Foundation
Speaker : Mrs Mary Thomas
Date : Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time : 3:30 p.m.
Worship service via zoom
Meeting ID: 833 9515 9132
Password: CCMWC2021
Organized by Council Churches of Malaysia.

KLANG WESLEY BROADCASTING
016-6182698
Please save this number in your mobile phone so that when the church office broadcasts messages, you will be able to receive the church news.

ONLINE BANKING
While we acknowledge that many people are affected by the current MCO situation, we encourage you to continue giving your tithes/offering during this time through online banking, The details are below:

Pledge Payment can be done via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

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Prayer List: February 28, 2021

Sunday, (Feb 28) – Praise God that He knows everything about each of us, and that even the things that we do wrong can never separate us from His unfailing love. Pray that the Holy Spirit will help us to live out this truth in our lives, and that we will aim to do only the things that are pleasing in God’s sight. Thank the Lord that He made each of us fearfully and wonderfully. Pray that we will come into agreement with God’s unconditional love for us, and that we will not despise all our imperfections. Above all, thank the Lord that He is not a God who watches us from a distance, but rather a personal God, who both knows us and desires to be known by each one of us.

Monday, (Mar 1) – Pre-schoolers and Primary 1 and Primary 2 students are scheduled to return to schools today, while the rest of the primary school students will come back to school from March 8, 2021 onwards. Pray that all the preparations for the re-opening of schools will go smoothly: that the teachers will be able to get the children familiarised with the school’s SOPs, and teachers and parents will be able to find the best way to handle dispersal at the end of the schooling day. Pray also for students who are sitting for the SPM and other important exams. Pray against any possible leakage of examination questions in the SPM as the students are already facing a very difficult time, and the prospect of having to re-sit any exam papers will be unnecessary added stress for the students. Pray for God’s protection upon all students and teachers.

Tuesday, (Mar 2) – Pray that our church members will have a deeper and a more intimate relationship with God. Pray especially for all working people that they will be able to persevere under the current difficult situation. As work life has changed tremendously due to the pandemic, pray that our people will have the strength and courage to go through this season of change in their work places. Pray especially for those who are looking for job opportunities during this pandemic, and pray that God will open doors of opportunity for them. Pray that despite such challenging circumstances, we will never take our eyes off Jesus who is our Good Shepherd.

Wednesday, (Mar 3) – Praise God that the health director-general said that the nation’s infection rate of Covid-19 cases had showed a steady decline in recent days. Praise the Lord that the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme has started, and medical frontliners are among the first to be vaccinated. Pray that the vaccine will be effective in protecting people against the Covid-19 virus, and that there will be minimal side effects, if any. Pray that the public will continue to strictly follow the SOPs so that there will not be another spike in the daily Covid-19 infections.

Thursday, (Mar 4) – Pray for the World: Continue to pray for Myanmar. Despite international and internal pressure, the military junta continues to hold firm in power. Pray that God will bring down the regime and restore democracy to the nation. Pray that the detained leaders and the rest of the political prisoners will be released quickly. As Myanmar is very divided with over a hundred ethnicity groups, different religious mindsets and political parties, pray that there will be unity in diversity to fight against a common enemy. With street protests occurring in many cities all over the country, pray against violence and bloodshed from happening.

Friday, (Mar 6) – Pray for TRAC: Pray for the TRAC Board of Chinese Ministry under the leadership of Rev. Lester Lim. Pray that the Chinese Ministry under TRAC will be able to grow and reach out to many Chinese-speaking people. Pray that the Board will be able to provide relevant and sufficient resources to churches who have Chinese Ministry. Pray that each member of this Board will have a closer walk with God. Pray that they will be able to hear and discern God’s way for this ministry and to have the courage to walk in it.

Saturday, (Mar 7) – Pray for the Nation: Pray for God-fearing leaders to arise in the nation, and that God will bless them with wisdom and courage to lead and rule the nation forward as we face this economic, political and health crisis. Pray for leaders of integrity who are hard-working, fair and bravely outspoken, who want to see justice restored and upheld through fair governance at every level of society.

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Pre-Recorded Worship Service – 20th & 21st Feb 2021

Title: RAINBOW – A Sign of God’s Faithfulness
Scripture: Genesis 9: 8 – 17
Preacher: Rev Gaurri Maniam

 

 
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God Gives A Rainbow

The storms had stopped. The waters had receded. Noah’s ark rested on a summit of the Ararat mountain range. Thoughts must have raced through Noah’s mind after the ordeal was over: is this going to happen again? What can I do to stop it? However, God made a covenant—a sacred agreement—between He and mankind. God told Noah in Genesis 9:13-15: “I have placed my rainbow in the clouds. It is the sign of my covenant with you and with all the earth. When I send clouds over the earth, the rainbow will appear in the clouds, and I will remember my covenant with you and with all living creatures. Never again will the floodwaters destroy all life.” When man saw the rainbow, the result of returned sunlight reflecting off water, he would know that, unlike that great flood years before, God stopped the rain. He keeps His Word. He remembers His covenant.

God still keeps His covenant with man today—and He still gives us rainbows after difficulties. Little reminders He is with us, He is mindful of us and as a result, He will see us through.

When you come through difficult times, look for God’s rainbow. That’s not to say that we always notice them or if we do, that we appreciate them. But they are there. Perhaps it is the rainbow of the good times spent with a loved one who has passed away. Or, perhaps the rainbow of a valuable lesson learned after a difficult mistake. It may be a better appreciation for what health we do have after a time of sickness. Or, even with the prospect of death, there is the rainbow of His presence with us (Psalm 23), and certainly the rainbow of a reward in heaven. These rainbows—small and great— remind us the covenant God has made with those who are His.

The apostle Paul knew just how needed these rainbows were in his life, and he tried to relate their need in the lives of Christians. He stated in Romans 8:29: “For God knew His people in advance, and He chose them to become like His Son, so that His Son would be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters.” Then Paul concludes that same inspiring chapter with the following, “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword?… No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8:35, 38-39).

He also wrote these words of encouragement in 2 Corinthians 4:16-18: “Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” Through these passages and many others, the Christian is to remember he is in a covenant with God, and God keeps His Word.

So, remember while going through the various hardships of life that after every storm, God always gives a rainbow. (MARK MCCRARY)

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Notices: February 20-21, 2021

IMPORTANCE NOTICE DURING MCO PERIOD
In compliance with the Movement Control Order (MCO) directive from the government the following will be observed by the Church:
1. The church building is closed until
further notice.
2. The church office is also closed
during this period.
If you need assistance, kindly call or whatsapp any one of them:
Pastor Gaurri @ 012-5594537
Chee Kai @ 012-2360457
Taeko @ 012-2360458
Pelita Chuah @ 016-6256188
Jane @ 017-6227226
Cheng It @ 012-9153640

CHURCH STAFF MEETING
Please take note that the church staff meeting is held on every Tuesday at 2:30pm via zoom. Kindly avoid calling the church staff during this time. We seek your kind understanding and cooperation on this matter.

NEXT WEEKEND SERVICES
Speaker : Dato Jory Leong
Dates : Sat & Sun, February 27 & 28, 2021
Sermon Title: God Knows
Scripture Text: Psalm 139: 1-4

LCEC MEETING
Date : Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time : 1:00 p.m.
LCEC members, please take note.
Via zoom

HOLY COMMUNION IN MARCH
Holy Communion in March will be celebrated on March 6 & 7, 2021. Please take note.

21-DAY PRAYER MEETING
MARCH 14-31, 2021
Time : 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.
Please take note. Via zoom

FINANCIAL PLEDGE FORM 2021
Please be reminded to submit the Financial Pledge Form 2021 through the church website. Click on ‘Giving’, select the correct form, fill-up your details and submit. If you need a copy of the Financial Pledge Form 2021 to be sent to you, please contact Irene Khoo @ 012-7911837 or Pelita @ 016-6256188.

MISSIONS FAITH PLEDGE 2021
Please be reminded to submit your Missions Faith Pledge Form 2021. You may submit the form through the church website. Click on ‘Giving’, select the correct form, fill-up your details and submit.

2ND OFFERING
The 2nd Offering for February goes to Persatuan Daybreak. You may give your donations during the entire month of February via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

FREEDOM IN CHRIST (FIC)
DISCIPLESHIP COURSE
Date : Saturday, February 27, 2021
Time : 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER MEETING
(FOCUS ON PRAYING FOR THE NATION)
On Mondays @ 2pm to 4pm
Person-in-Charge: Sister Su Fing
Those who are interested to join, please request for the zoom link from Sister Su Fing @ 016-6852792.

CORPORATE PRAYER MEETINGS
The Zoom Prayer Meetings are as follows:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
@ 8:00 a.m.-8:30a.m.
Thursday Nights only
@ 9:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER
Theme : Build On A Strong Foundation
Speaker : Mrs Mary Thomas
Date : Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time : 3:30 p.m.
Worship service via zoom
Meeting ID: 833 9515 9132
Password: CCMWC2021
Organized by Council Churches of Malaysia.

KLANG WESLEY BROADCASTING
016-6182698
Please save this number in your mobile phone so that when the church office broadcasts messages, you will be able to receive the church news.

ONLINE BANKING
While we acknowledge that many people are affected by the current CMCO situation, we encourage you to continue giving your tithes/offering during this time through online banking, The details are below:

Pledge Payment can be done via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

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Prayer List: February 21, 2021

Sunday, (Feb 21) – Praise and thank God that He is our covenant-keeping God who is faithful and who will do what He promised to do. Pray that we will take time to meditate on His promises, to put our faith in Him and His promises, and to pray His promises over our lives, our families, and difficult circumstances we are going through. Pray that we will fix our eyes on the Lord at all times, so that we may retain hope and joy in the midst of every storm of life. Rainbows are a reminder that God is with us and that His promises will never be broken. Hence, when we see rainbow in the sky, pray that we will remember to thank God for His faithfulness and unfailing love.

Monday, (Feb 22) – Pray that we would have a meaningful time of LENT as we reflect and ponder on the life, ministry, sufferings, death and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Pray that this LENT would be a time whereby we as a church would return to the heart of God. Pray that we would truly understand how undeserving we are of God’s forgiveness and yet God forgave us and showers us with sufficient grace as we face our daily challenges.

Tuesday, (Feb 23) – Pray for the Nation: Pray that God will bless the righteous men and woman whom He has set apart to be our national and state leaders, and that He will protect and shield them from all harm. Pray that God will grant them wisdom and guidance as they serve the nation. Pray that God will eradicate all forms of racism, divisiveness and fragmentation, and extremism from our nation from among the leaders and the rakyat. Pray that God will restore and rebuild our nation where truth, righteousness, justice, equality for all, racial harmony and religious freedom will prevail.

Wednesday, (Feb 24) – Praise God for His mercy in the battle against Covid-19: that the number of recoveries of Covid-19 cases are generally outpacing the new cases; that the vaccination programme will be rolled out on February 26, 2021; that more businesses are slowly being opened to boost the economy. Pray for wisdom for the government to balance lives and livelihoods. Pray that the public will not let their guard down but continue to follow all the SOPs until the health authorities give the green light that the pandemic is over. Pray also for God’s protection upon the students who are in the midst of the government examinations.

Thursday, (Feb 25) – Pray for the World: It has been almost a month since the military coup in Myanmar. Pray that democracy will be quickly restored as nations around the world are putting diplomatic pressure upon the military regime. Pray that God will protect the protestors who have taken to the streets, that violence will not escalate as at least one protestor has been killed. Pray also for God’s provision upon the people, especially the poor, as the prolonged coup situation has made daily survival a challenge. Pray for God’s mercy that the Covid-19 situation will be under control, and not add to the misery of the people.

Friday, (Feb 26) – Pray for TRAC: Pray for the new Executive Board members for this new quadrennium (2021-2024). Pray for God’s wisdom to be upon them as they make crucial decisions in a time such as now. Most importantly, pray that the Executive Board members will have a deeper and closer walk with God. Pray that each one of them would be able to discern God’s heart for the Trinity Annual Conference.

Saturday, (Feb 27) – Pray that God will protect Christian leaders and pastors from the schemes of the enemy, and for them to offer their hearts to God daily. Pray that the Lord will take them to new depths in Him, and they will be filled with a deep hunger and thirst for righteousness. Pray that God will grant leaders supernatural grace and power to combat all temptations in the strength of the Holy Spirit. Pray that they will have the strength of Joseph to take drastic measures to avoid temptation. Pray that leaders will always walk in humility, authenticity and accountability before God and men, will walk in the fear of God, and choose from the beginning to stand against the devil and glorify God.

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