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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.
Bringing Hope to the Community
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
A Pastoral Letter
Beloved Brothers and Sisters in the PCCC Family at Parkwood
The Government has issued a new guideline yesterday with regard to social distancing of ‘four square meters’. This will impact the way the church may conduct her meetings. As a result, the Chairman of the Board of Elders has implored PCCC to comply with the Government new ruling and to put in place alternative method of meeting together.
As Christians, we seek the welfare of our community that God has placed us in, and if this means foregoing the privilege of gathering together to worship our Living God as one body for a season, we will do our part to help.
When the physical church cannot congregate, the spiritual church continues to elevate. We urge the PCCC family to spend a determine time in prayer for our church and country that we may emerge stronger than ever. Reflect on the Word more deeply in this season of Lent, and repent, revive and restore our faith as we await our Lord’s return. We remain as one in the unity and bond of the Holy Spirit.
1. Church Meetings Suspended
We will suspend all worship services until further notice. We hope to resume before Easter with all precautionary measures put in place.
(i) There shall be no Worship Service starting this Sunday, 22 March.
(ii) The Corporate Prayer Meeting will not be held next Sunday, 28 March.
(iii) The Busy Bee Church Cleaning Day on Saturday, 27 March shall be postponed to a later date.
We will still provide pastoral care and prayer support through means that do not require large face-to-face gatherings.
2. Church On-Line
Weekly sermon shall be downloaded into our church website together with sermon slides. No login password is required.
This Sunday, Pastor Greg will be preaching on Covid-19: Is God Still In Control? Which is about this unseen enemy that has been wreaking havoc all over the world. We shall take a break from Genesis and focus on something close to our hearts right now. What is Covid-19? Why is it pandemic? What does Scripture say about situation like this? Is God still in control of the world? Who or what do we trust? What happened when believers perish in the pandemic?
3. Your Support Is Essential
Both the Main Church and South Branch have ongoing expenses and in order to keep PCCC going we still need your financial support in the form of tithes and offerings. Since, we won’t be meeting on-site physically until the situation improves, your contribution to the church is invaluable.
Kindly deposit your love gifts to the Perth Chinese Christian Church at Westpac BSB : 036 083 Account Number : 73 0213.
(Westpac SWIFTCODE for overseas transaction: WPACAU2S ) Under Recipient: Please Type English South Branch (or Eng SB)
We take comfort in what the Psalmist says in Psalm 91: 5-7
“You will not fear the terror of night, nor the arrow that flies by day, nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness, nor the plague that destroys at midday. A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand, but it will not come near you.”
The peace of Christ be with you.
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.