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    Prayer Meeting

    Wednesday – Corporate prayer 7:30 am – 8:30 am
    Saturday – Corporate prayer 8:30 am – 9:30 am
    Sunday – Prayer before worship 8:00am read on

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    Worship schedule

    Traditional Family Worship – Sunday 8:30 am
    Contemporary Family Worship – Sunday 11:00 am
    Indonesian language service – Sunday 5:00 pm read on

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St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, International Church of Kuala Lumpur is the home for a culturally rich and vibrant congregation of worshippers from Malaysia and continents around the world!

Recent Updates

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NEWCOMERS LUNCH June 21st 2015

We will be hosting a welcoming luncheon for those who are new to St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. If you have been attending SAPC since November last year and have yet to join the last welcome luncheon, you are invited! This will give you the opportunity to meet our church leadership, hear a brief summary of read on
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NEPAL EARTHQUAKE RELIEF FUND

The April and May earthquakes killed more than 8200 and injured more 19,250. Close to 1.7 million children had been driven out into the open, and are in desperate need of drinking water, psychological counsel, temporary shelters, sanitation and protection from disease outbreak. Proverbs 3:27 “Do not withhold good from those to whom it is read on
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ST ANDREW’S YOUTH

Using the Alpha Youth Film series we will be working together through some of the deepest questions in life. “For the Youth event in May, we are pleased to announce that we will be doing rock climbing at Camp 5 at One Utama Mall. Date: 30.May.15 Saturday Fees: RM20 per person for 1 hour and read on
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THE NEW TESTAMENT IN 90 DAYS

All who have registered, please collect the Bible reading schedule on Sunday, 31st May between 9.45 am to 10.00 am in Room 5. You may also collect them from the Church office. read on
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Indonesian Service

The Indonesian Language Service is held every week. This week service is on Sunday, 24 May 2015 with details below. Preacher: Pdt. Nathanael Sigit Topic: “ The Work of the Holy Spirit In the World ” (Rom 8:22-27) Time: 5PM – 7PM Venue: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Kuala Lumpur Congregations are asked to support the read on
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What Are You Chasing?

If you feel that ..you’re chasing after something that is not real, then why don’t you give up the chase. See things as they truly are. And let God fill that vacuum within your heart and satisfy your soul, for only He can. read on
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READING & RESOURCE CENTRE

To Parents: The Centre now has VeggieTales DVDs. These DVDs use hilarious storytelling, songs and lovable characters to present meaningful life lessons with faith-based values. Drop in to borrow a couple for your kids. Come by to check out the books and CDs. We are open from 10.00 – 11.00am every Sunday. We welcome volunteers read on
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Indonesian Ministry – Retreat

The Indonesian Language Service is organizing a church camp (in Indonesian Language) on 17-19 July 2015 with details below. Theme: “BerUbah dan BerBuah” (Change and Be Fruitful) Speaker: Pdt. Addi S. Patriabara Date: 17-19 July 2015 Venue: Suria Hot Spring Resort, Bentong For registration, please contact: Tania (+60-16-6684122) or Tati (+60-12-2020818). Registration will close on read on
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Indonesian Service

This week service is on Sunday, 17 May 2015 with details below. Preacher: Pdt. Nathanael Sigit Topic: Be Sanctified by the Truth of the Word” (John 17:6-19) Time: 5PM – 7PM Venue: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Kuala Lumpur Congregations are asked to support the service in prayer and to convey this announcement to any Indonesians read on
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The Glory & Grace of the Cross

Dr. Ng Kam Weng shares the outline of his sermon on 10-May-2015.   The Glory & Grace of the Cross Rom. 3:21-31 Cross means different things to different people — A sentimental piece of jewelry. Display of piety, Christian identity or simply say I am a good girl? — Object of superstition, Hollywood movie protection read on

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