For anyone who's concerned and desirous of supporting CERC in their ministries, I strongly encourage you to support them financially; to see the gospel expand in terms of the growth of the churches, conferences, teaching in Malaysia and around the world.
THIS IS A VITAL MINISTRY that is very important to continue.
- Dr Stephen J. Wellum - Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, USA
Supporting CERC financially
Thank you for your interest and love to want to support CERC and her ministries. We have three funds that you can give towards to:
General Fund – for the daily, weekly and monthly running of the church, including stipends for our full-time workers.
Theological Education Fund – a fund set-up to send our apprentices to seminary.
Building Fund – a deposit that is needed to purchase the current building that we are using in CERC Central.
A little more than 40 days ago I was abandoned by all of my followers, condemned as a criminal, and publicly executed. I really had a tough week. However, the tomb I was once in is now empty, and I have since shown myself and my glorified body to more than 5,000 people! I’m happy to report that, as a result, I am now running about 120 followers (though we would have liked to see more, given the uniqueness of the resurrection event). You should know that the only place we have to meet is a hot, stinky upper room. Sure, we’d love to have a better meeting place, but we want you to know that we’re not just spending your money willy-nilly. Anyway, pray for us, and please keep sending money.
In Me, Jesus.”
This is what it might have looked like had the risen Christ had to write the ancient equivalent of our modern-day missionary support letters. If you’ve ever had to raise money as a church planter or cross-cultural missionary, you know how awkward writing such letters can be.
If you’re on the receiving end of those letters, you may wonder why so few of them feel authentic or meaningful. While they certainly serve an important purpose—keeping supporters, prayer partners, and family members up to date on our ministry—for this we will keep writing. Updates will still come because we are more interested in sharing our lives than we are in selling our ministries.
Earlier this year, we interviewed Elden and Jou Ee regarding their ministry plans for the year which had to be changed due to the pandemic (read the interview here). Having successfully completed the Church Ministers’ Apprenticeship (CMA) programme here at CERC last yea... Read on →
By Clarrise Ng Elden and Jou Ee Pan are members of Christ Evangelical Reformed Church (CERC), where Elden has completed the Church Ministers’ Apprenticeship (CMA) programme and is looking forward to seminary at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia. We sa... Read on →
Who am I? Hi there! My name is Wei Kin and I’ve signed up for CERC’s Church Ministers’ Apprenticeship (CMA) programme. Before I explain why I made this decision, let me tell you a little bit about my background. I was born and bred in a Christian household and attended Read on →
I started coming to CERC regularly in 2016 when I moved to Petaling Jaya for work. It was my first job post-graduation, and coming back from overseas, I decided to join CERC as a member once I was clear that this was a church that strives to be faithful to Read on →
CERC 7th Anniversary: Grace As A Gift by Jeremy Johnson
CERC 7th Anniversary: We Preach Christ Crucified by Ooi Ken Lee
CERC 7th Anniversary: 1 Corinthians 15:58 by Vanessa Ong
Foundation Day 2013 - Video presentation
CERC's Consultant on Theological Education
Rev Dr David Peterson is CERC's Consultant on Theological Education. David has spent his entire career dedicated to the study and teaching of the Bible through seminaries, books and the pulpit. He is currently Director of Cornhill Sydney which trains people to preach and teach the Bible. He is also an Emeritus Faculty Member of Moore Theological College, Sydney where he used to be a lecturer in the New Testament. From 1996 to 2007, Dr. Peterson was the Principal of Oak Hill Theological College, London.
Please feel free to contact our Head of Fundraising, Joshua Tay, at +6017 336 5588/ email@example.com if you have any questions on how you can support us in the gospel work that CERC has been doing for the past 14 years.