The Filipino Community Christian Congregation (FCCC) is a vibrant and growing congregation made up of Filipino professionals and nationals. It has a team of dedicated members who faithfully work and serve alongside the vision of Kuala Lumpur Baptist Church (KLBC). The goal is to encourage its members towards a strong and intimate walk with the Lord, to strengthen them for effective service in the Body and to equip them towards the fulfillment of God’s purpose for their lives.
In 1989 with the vision of Rev John Kok and the help of a few Filipino sisters who attended our first English service at 8:30am, FCCC was born. We are grateful to be under the umbrella of KLBC and for the support and financial aid extended to us. To God be the glory for the many great things He has done in our midst!
“IMPACT LIVES in Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia and in the World for CHRIST”
is the overall vision that keeps us focused as we follow God’s direction and guidance in everything that we do to impact lives for Christ, especially among the Filipinos in Malaysia.
As a fun-loving and family-oriented community, we oftentimes organize outdoor activities, games and sports, birthday celebrations and of course, our most awaited annual Christmas event! These events always give us a platform to express the group’s artistry, musical talent and creativity that Filipinos are known for.
We welcome you to worship and fellowship with us in our services!
Kamusta Kaibigan! Purihin ang Panginoon!
|Filipino Service Schedule|
|Sunday||2pm||Shalom Hall, Level 2|
|Sunday||10am||Fellowship Hall, Level 2|
MIN GALAR BA!
Myanmar Christian Fellowship (MCF) began back in 1991 with the vision of Rev John Kok who met and encouraged a group of faithful Myanmarese brother and sisters who attended the English service in KLBC. At the beginning a classroom in the Kindergarten building was given to us to use for our Bible Study and fellowship.
Later with the increase in numbers, our Myanmar Christian Fellowship was changed to Myanmar Worship Service which was held every Sunday.
The Myanmar Worship Service has experienced God’s faithfulness in meeting not just the spiritual needs but also the physical and psychological needs of the Myanmar congregation. We believe that our Heavenly Father is deeply interested in having a relationship with His created beings. He has called the Myanmar Worship Service in KLBC to do the following:
To pray, reach out and disciple the Myanmar people into becoming committed, spirit-empowered disciples of Christ
To become a faithful worshipping Myanmar community-caring for and loving one another
To stand in unity with the Myanmar believers, churches and organizations
To facilitate the Myanmar brothers and sisters who would leave Malaysia after the end of their stay and be a light for the Gospel
Another two more Myanmar ethnic groups joined our Myanmar community a few years ago. The groups are the Falam Chin and the Mizo Chin. We want to give thanks to our Almighty God and to the leadership of KLBC for all the support, prayer and partnership in the furtherance of God’s kingdom.
All are welcome to join any of our Myanmar services!
|Myanmar Service Schedule|
|Sunday||1:30pm||Main Sanctuary, Level 1|
|Mizo Chin Service Schedule|
|Sunday||8:45am||Shalom Hall, Level 2|
|Falam Service Schedule|
|Sunday||11:30am||Shalom Hall, Level 2|
Namaste!The new Nepalese Service that just started on the 7th of May 2017 was birthed from a Spirit-led discussion between Rev John Kok, Deacon Chandra, Simon and Pastor Saw Ai Hua. This Nepalese group may be small but their worship is vibrant and filled with exuberance. As a start, the Nepalese brethren used Jireh 3 for their Worship Service and the room was completely filled on the first Sunday. The sound of their worship and prayer filled the meeting place and prayerfully will flow to the community around Bukit Bintang and the rest of Kuala Lumpur. Their primary focus for now is to keep their eyes fixed on Jesus, to see Him at work in their communities around them and to join Him in impacting lives. Their hope is to reach out to the Nepalese community and to bring them to Christ.We invite more of you to worship and fellowship with us in our new Nepalese Service. Pravu le ashish dinu vayeko hos.
|Nepalese Service Schedule|
|Sunday||8:30am||Jireh Hall, Level 3|