Bringing Hope to the Community
P R A Y E R M E E T I N G
S H A R I N G
Every last Sunday of the month
Let us cultivate the habit of prayer and together uphold the church in prayer.
" If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and
will heal their land.”
- 2 Chronicles 7:14
"I love the Lord, for He heard my voice;
He heard my cry for mercy.
Because He turned His ear to me,
I will call on Him as long as I live."
- Psalm 116:1-2 (NIV)
Kindly pass on any prayer request to
Soo Leong Wong.
For those who would like a copy of the prayer meeting sharing from 26th April can get them here
We would love to meet you soon. Come and visit us so that we can fellowship with you and pray for you. In the meantime, please browse through our website to know more about us!
Perth Chinese Christian Church commenced in 1978 by Chinese Christian families from different backgrounds. Our main church is in Doubleview, a northern suburb of Perth. The Church in Parkwood, a southern suburb, started in November 1991, using the St Luke's Lutheran Church.
In 2007 we commenced using our own sanctuary. We are non-denomination Church and have two services, one in English, and the other in Chinese & Cantonese. Our services and worship are conducted in a traditional manner. Rev Gregory Lim is the pastor for English service and Rev John Yiap is the pastor for the Chinese service.
Our vision is to be a biblically-grounded, Spirit-led and outreaching Church sharing God's love.
We study God's word, submit to the Holy Spirit and make disciples by sharing God's love
Greg is married to Mei Lin and they have four children. Gadiy, Geber, Bue, and Genaz. Greg used to work in the corporate sector and eventually started his own business, Eventually he responded to God’s call by enrolling at the Malaysia Bible Seminary and completed his Master of Divinity program. He served as a youth pastor in Kuala Lumpur and later as a pastor in a Presbyterian Church. Greg is currently pursuing his Doctorate program in Leadership with the Asia Graduate School of Theology Alliance.