Venue: Port Dickson NUBE Training Centre
Date: 8-14 / 12 / 2014
W-10-2 Subang Square Business Centre
Jalan SS 15/4G,47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor,Malaysia.
星期日 Sunday | English & 中文
中文崇拜 8.30am， English 11:00am
The name “City Discipleship Presbyterian Church” (CDPC) re ects our emphasis on disciple-making. We are committed to helping individualsenter into a right relationship with God, and mentoring each to maturity in Christ.
We believe that true discipleship transforms our spheres of in uence with the gospel.
While CDPC is uniquely planted by God in Subang Jaya, our ultimate calling to make disciples of all nations, in obedience to the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ. Because no single church can ful l the Great Commission, we seek to work in partnership with churches inthe Klang Valley to ful l His global plan.
|Activity||Day & Time|
|English Service||Sunday, 11:00 am|
|Mandarin Service||Sunday, 8:30 am|
|Sunday School||Sunday, 1:15 pm|
|Youth Ministry||Sunday, 1:15 pm|
|College Ministry||Thursday, 8:30 pm|
|Care Groups||refer to Care Groups page|
|Makasih||1st, 2nd and 3rd Saturday, 10:00 am|
新邦令金荣美堂牧者王端国牧师看见拉美士居民灵魂的需要，于 2011 年联合永平堂长老会及其牧者杨节制牧师、昔加末长老会及其牧者练雅文牧师在拉美士开始了植堂工作。
2011 年 10 月 16 日，拉美士长老会开始了第一堂崇拜《家和万事兴》，由练雅文牧师证道。
No. 106A, Jalan Segamat
Taman Sri Bahagia
85300 Labis, Johor.
On 24/5/1886, Rev. Cook Started his church planting work in the Southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, ie in Johor Baru. Due to the shortage of pastors in the beginning, he invited a brethren selling bible to take charge of the church there. That brethren had been baptised by one Rev. Duffus. During the early stage of the church planting. Dato James Maldrum, who was the son-in-law of the then missionary of the London Missionary Society in Singapore Rev. B. Keasberry, requested for a piece of land for the church from H. R. H. Sultan Abu Bakar. That piece of land; measuring 3 acres, was the present site of the Holy Light Church ground. Rev. Cook was the Interim Moderator, while Mr Ban Quee Pek was the first preacher. The first Presbyterian Church was thus formed. and Dato James Meldrum who was a sawmill operator, donated many timber materials for the Church building.