Worship Service Schedule
Saturdays - 5.00pm
Sundays - 8.30am
Sunday Morning Worship Service Recordings
Recordings of Sunday morning worship service will be uploaded to the church website by 9pm every Monday.
Bible Verse of the DayCome to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
Category Archives: From The Pastors Desk
Greetings. Last Sunday was the first trouble-free live streaming of the Sunday Worship Service that now replaces the pre-recorded worship services sent to homes since April 2020. It is our prayer that these live streaming online worship services will be … Continue reading
As I was preparing my sermon for this weekend, it dawned on me that the present Covid-19 pandemic is something in the present that has clouded our near future. I know of friends who have indefinitely postponed overseas trips due … Continue reading
We have waited 4 months for this weekend to happen: reopening of our church sanctuary for both our weekend services on Saturday and Sunday. We thank the Lord that the authorities have given the green light for religious houses to … Continue reading
Next weekend, Klang Wesley will be opening her doors to everyone (with some exceptions) for the first time since the movement control order (MCO) began on March 18, 2020. Many have longed to see this day. However, the government still … Continue reading
Transitions… The first would be moving from the first half of 2020, and into the second half. Because of the pandemic of Covid-10, many people are willing to write off 2020 (not knowing when this menace will finally end, and … Continue reading
After experiencing stringent restrictions for the first two months of MCO, things have eased a tad regarding freedom of movement, especially in this recovery MCO. The lessons that we learnt in March and April should not be forgotten, including the … Continue reading
Recovery MCO (RMCO) – that’s a new term that I learned from the Prime Minister last week. While it is obvious that the restrictions are being lifted since MCO began, with almost no roadblocks now, and an increased volume of … Continue reading