Our church’s vision is to make disciples, hence every year we organised disciple training classes. There are three types of disciple classes, Disciple Red, Disciple Green and Disciple Purple.


Disciple RedBecoming Disciples through Bible Study

During the course of thirty-four weeks, DISCIPLE study groups will move through the biblical story from Creation to the New Jerusalem. The titles of the sessions along with theme words; theme words; and major persons, events, and topics will fix the sequence of the biblical story in the minds of the participants. The principal Scripture for each session follows the chronological movement of the biblical story:


Old Testament

  1. The Biblical Word
  2. The Creating God
  3. The Rebel People
  4. The Called People
  5. God Hears the Cry
  6. God Sends the Law
  7. When God Draws Near
  8. The People Without a King
  9. The People With a King
  10. God Warns the People
  11. God Punishes the People
  12. God Restores the People
  13. Songs of the Heart
  14. The Righteous Are Like a Tree
  15. When Trouble Comes
  16. People Hope for a Saviour
  17. The Time of Transition (Intertestamental Period)

New Testament

  1. Radical Discipleship
  2. Mounting Controversy
  3. The Hidden Messiah
  4. God Seeks the Least, the Last, the Lost
  5. Lifegiver
  6. Advocate
  7. The Explosive Power of the Spirit
  8. The Gospel Penetrates the World
  9. Put Right with God Through Faith
  10. A Congregation in Ferment
  11. The Son Shall Set Us Free
  12. A Pastor Gives Guidance
  13. Our Great High Priest
  14. A People Set Apart
  15. We Never Lose Hope
  16. Gifts of Each Disciple
  17. A Last Supper Together



Disciple GreenInto the Word, Into the World

INTO THE WORD INTO THE WORLD is the second study of the DISCIPLE programme and is prepared for youth and adults who are graduates of BECOMING DISCIPLE THROUGH BIBLE STUDY (BDTBS). It builds on biblical knowledge gained through the overview of the whole Bible in BDTBS and deepens biblical understanding by probing selected portions of Scripture. Emphasis shifts from the broad view to the deeper, more detailed view.

Genesis, Exodus, Luke and Acts will be read entirely. Each week’s reading assignments will also include appropriate passages from other parts of the Bible.

Old Testament

Torah forms the foundation for Old Testament traditions. Genesis and Exodus play a distinctive role in Torah teaching.


1. The God Who Speaks
2. God Scatters the Proud
3. God Invites
4. Carrying the Covenant
5. Conflict Within the Family
6. Wrestling With God
7. In God’s Time
8. God Works for Good


9. The Bonds of Slavery
10. God in the Fire
11. God Opens the Sea
12. Amid the Struggle God Provides
13. No Other Gods
14. Laws of Justice
15. Protector of the Powerless
16. God’s Dwelling Place


New Testament

The teachings, sermons and life of Jesus in Luke provide the impetus for the strong movement of the Holy Spirit in the events in Acts.


17. Good News for the Whole World
18. Our Saviour Has Come
19. Teach Us To Pray
20. Despising His Goodness
21. Teaching Us to Live
22. Signs of God’s Rule
23. Hospitality for the Stranger
24. Telling the Story


25. Acts of the Holy Spirit
26. Christian Community Begins
27. Missionary Zeal
28. Count It Joy
29. Love Never Ends
30. Temples, Politics and Business
31. Faith at the Center
32. Seek First the Kingdom


Disciple PurpleRemember Who You Are

REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE is the third study in the DISCIPLE programme and is available to adults and youth who are graduates of BDTBS.
REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE concentrates on the Old Testament prophets and the letters of Paul. The prophets and Paul are continually calling their hearers and readers back to their God and to a sense of who they are as a “set apart” people.

Old Testament

The Prophets and the community cannot be separated. The prophets spoke for God, out of the community, to the community.

The Prophets

1. God’s People Weep
2. God Sent Messengers
3. Starved for the Words of the Lord
4. God’s Faithfulness
5. God’s Requirement
6. God Pleads
7. God Rules the World
8. God’s Anguish
9. God Will Not Abandon
10. The Day of the Lord
11. God Renews
12. God Will Save
13. God’s Vision for a New World
14. God’s City of Peace
15. God Will Restore Zion
16. God’s Mission for Israel


New Testament

Paul’s experience of the risen Lord, his relationship to the community he addressed, his Jewish traditions, and the Greco-Roman culture of his day merged in his writing of the letters. Paul used the language of his culture to carry the message that arose out of his roots in the Hebrew Scriptures and Judaism.

The Letters of Paul

17. Called Through God’s Grace
18. The Letters of Paul
19. The Lord Is Coming
20. Honest Labour
21. Seeing the Good
22. The Body of Christ
23. A Church in Trouble
24. Justified by Faith
25. Salvation for All
26. New Life in Christ
27. Fruit of the Holy Spirit
28. Christ Above All
29. Armour of God
30. Leadership in the Church
31. From Generation to Generation
32. Having Heard – Speak

Our church also participate with our Chinese Methodist Church Australia – LAMM 

CMCA – LAMM reached another historic milestone on 14th November 2014 as LAMM signed an MOU with the Seminari Theoloji Malaysia (STM). Rev. Dr. James Kwang, Bishop of the CMCA and Principal of LAMM signed on behalf of LAMM while Principal of STM, Rev Dr. Ezra Kok signed on behalf of STM. This was witnessed by our AC Lay Leader, Bro. Joseph Ting, Chairman of the Board of LAMM, and Ms. Vemie Woo, STM Administration and Finance Manager. The primary scope of cooperation is for STM to recognize and accredit the programs at the certificate, diploma and master level at LAMM. The STM degree programs are awarded by The Association of Theological Education of South East Asia (ATESEA).

For more information of LAMM, get a copy of our brochure.