CAMBODIA
CAMBODIA
CAMBODIA
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Cambodia

HOW WE STARTED?

Cambodia is a nation with more than 90% of the population practising Buddhism. Even with the reformation of the government for religious freedom, including Christianity, there remained many barriers to proclaiming the name of Jesus.

In 1990, a breakthrough came for the church, when permission was given by the government to spread the gospel. The growth of Christian population has increased gradually. Nevertheless, a lot of difficult ploughing is needed.

Since 1993, the Diocese of Singapore began to plant churches in Cambodia.  The international and Khmer congregations have grown to 5 congregations and 7 preaching points in Phnom Penh, and 5 rural provinces at our weekly worship.

We will continue to partner with Cambodia to disciple church members, to build strong communities and to serve and support the village churches.

ONGOING WORK

While continuing to grow our congregation by through several outreach efforts, we hope to grow our rural churches and plant more churches in 4 new provinces.

Project Khmer Hope (PKH), which was launched in 2000 continues to equip young Cambodians with hospitality skills as well as to provide healthcare for the rural communities.

We have also started an English school and a learning centre in 2018.

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