Join us for our live service via zoom!

   BELOW ARE THE ZOOM LINK DETAILS :

Meeting ID: 883 5829 0649
Passcode: BLCServe

 Service this week will be live on Zoom at 9.45 am
The meetings will be recorded and later published on YouTube at 5pm.

Welcome to Bangsar Lutheran Church, more commonly referred to by our community as The Father’s House. We are a community that’s Christ centred and people oriented. We come from a very wide spectrum of backgrounds – ethnicity, nationality, cultural, diverse Christian traditions – and every one, though a single individual, are still yet within one family of God.  We strive to emphasize that each individual’s journey of faith must be authentically personal in relationship with God.

We refer to our church as The Father’s House because we believe that a church is a faith community of people who have a personal, genuine and authentic relationship with God and each other. Jesus gave us only one new commandment, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.  By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. All our ministries are but an expression of that commandment.

If you are looking for a church, come, join us. You’re most welcome. We look forward to know you and you us. And we hope you will stay because you have found a home with us in Christ.

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On the 21st of February, 1944, after 8 months in prison, Dr Alfons Wachsmann, in Brandenburg prison in Berlin, Germany, wrote a letter to his sister Minka. It’s first line is “At three o-clock I must die.” Before his arrest...

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More Messages from the Pastor's Desk

The First Message

Hey guys, I know the vaccination appointments for your parents is causing a lot of stress, especially when the social media is saturating the air with horror stories, complaints, videos and photos of crowds. Let’s not be caught up with this wave of fear or be a contributor to it. As children of God let … The First Message Read More »

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Read our latest post here!

At three o-clock I must die

On the 21st of February, 1944, after 8 months in prison, Dr Alfons Wachsmann, in Brandenburg prison in Berlin, Germany, wrote a letter to his sister Minka. It’s first line is “At three o-clock I must die.” Before his arrest and incarceration on 23rd June 1943, he had served for 15 years as parish priest … At three o-clock I must die Read More »

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