Gospel City Church

IMPORTANT: GCC will be meeting at Oasis International School on Sept 18th due to electrical upgrading work happening at Eco City. Click here for more details.


For the Peoples of Kuala Lumpur​


A church that seeks to cast a Gospel NET for the peoples of Kuala Lumpur

We exist to glorify God by nurturing and equipping people to live gospel-centered lives together in order to transform Kuala Lumpur through love, joy, hope and rest in Jesus.


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Sunday Service

Join us every Sunday, arriving at 10:30am for start of service at 10:45am

Equip Groups

Join our weekly fellowship over food and the Word at different homes in Klang Valley and on Zoom.

Explicitly gospel-centered in all that we preach, teach and practice.

We believe that the gospel of Jesus Christ is the hope of the world.

Equipping people to live gospel-centered lives.

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Gospel City Church

2 days 19 hours ago

28/05/23 • Nehemiah 3-6 • Nick Gonyea

Gospel City Church

2 days 19 hours ago

A lot of us have the Bible, the very word of God on our bedside tables, on our desks, in our bags, on our phones. How much of our lives are centered on what it says? To what effect do the words in this book direct our lives? Join us this Sunday as we continue our study of the book of Nehemiah. As always, pre-service refreshments start at 10am, followed by service at 10.45!

Gospel City Church

4 days 4 hours ago

This past Sunday, we looked at Nehemiah 3-6 in our "A City Restored" series and we focused on the theme of perseverance that is seen in these chapters. We were reminded that as Christians, we are to live out our mission to bring God's saving message to all people. This mission is always meant to be done in partnership with God's people.

We saw the how the Jews persevered in order to live out their mission, in the very face of economic oppression, slander and violent threats. Despite all these, Nehemiah knew that the sovereign God of the universe is fighting on his side. In the same way, we are to defend, support and encourage other Christians as they live out their mission too.

We also had a "Get to know GCC" session after church for those who want to know more about our church and are interested in becoming covenant partners.

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1 week 1 day ago

28/05/23 • Nehemiah 1-2 • Chris Abner

Gospel City Church

1 week 1 day ago

How do we stand amidst opposition to mission? This week we’ll take a look at Nehemiah 3–6, which tells us about opposition faced by Nehemiah in the work of rebuilding, to learn how to persevere as followers of Jesus today.

See you on Sunday! Come at 10:00am for refreshments, before the service at 10:45am!

Gospel City Church

2 weeks 2 hours ago

We have been looking at the book of Ezra, and now Nehemiah in the series: ‘A city restored’.

Today, in Nehemiah 1 & 2, we see how Nehemiah was moved to pray and took action. We learnt that prayer is essential, both individually and collectively.

Nehemiah demonstrated a deep dependence on God; weeping, mourning, fasting, and praying. He confessed his sins and pleaded with God to act, recognizing that only God has the power to rectify the situation. His prayer is a prayer of repentance leading to hope.

As Christians, we can approach God with confidence, knowing that Christ intercedes for us. Nehemiah responds to the crisis with composure and confidence because God is with him. The same is true for us. We were reminded that prayer precedes planning, as we wait for God's guidance for His plan to establish His kingdom on earth. It's not about us, but about God's work done in His way with His supply.

Nehemiah took action based on his prayer and God's guidance. He presented his plans to the king, received support and led to the rebuilding of Jerusalem's walls.

Nehemiah 1 and 2 hold a beautiful gospel message. It reminds us to recognize our sin and turn to God in repentance. We find hope in our dependence on Him and His power to bring restoration. Through prayer, God answers our cry and offers redemption. We are called to take action, participating in His mission to bring His kingdom to the world. It is a reminder of God's grace, our need for Him, and the beauty of His transformative work in our lives.