Whether you’re moving to another city to work, or returning home from studying abroad, finding a gospel-centred church that is Bible-based and disciple-making is crucial to remaining faithful as a Christian.
The list below provides some suggestions of churches in each major city in Malaysia that you could check out. The list is not meant to be exhaustive – there are so many churches around Malaysia where God’s people are striving to love & serve the Lord Jesus Christ!
Where possible, we’ve tried to list churches that align most closely with our mission and vision. But in the end, we rejoice whenever God’s gospel is proclaimed, whatever the church or denomination (Philippians 1:15-18). You might like to refer to this article for some biblical principles on how to choose a church. If you’d like your church to be added to this list, please fill up this form!
For each of the churches below, there is a link to their website and contact form. Do contact them so that they can welcome you! If your area isn’t listed here, do drop us a message on our Contact page and we’ll do our best to direct you to a church in your area.
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