Calvary Church, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Developing the Total Child for Christ


We are moving to CCC!

The Royal Rangers is moving to the Calvary Convention Centre (CCC), Bukit Jalil in April 2013. Our first meeting will be on Sunday, 14 April and we will have meeting every week concurrent with the School of Christian Growth (SCG) term. Our new meeting time is 11.30am (after the Worship Service) on Level 4. Boys and girls age 6 and above are welcome!



Royal Rangers Graduation

The Royal Rangers invites you to join us for our Graduation on 14 April 2013, 11.30am at the Calvary Convention Centre (CCC), L4. The Rangers will be recognised for their achievements in the last quarter & those of age will be promoted to the next age group.



Blessed 2013!

Join the Royal Rangers for our regular Royal Rangers meetings in Pusat Activiti Calvary Cheras at 11am and Calvary Church, Damansara Heights at 2.30pm every Sunday, except the last Sunday of the month.



Royal Rangers Exhibition

In conjunction with our 30th Anniversary, the Royal Rangers is having an exhibition to showcase the history of our outpost and unique Royal Rangers memorabilia. You will learn more about the ministry and see the great things the Lord has done in our outpost.

This exhibition will be for a limited time only. Everyone is invited to visit the Exhibition at Bethlehem Bungalow.



We would like to congratulate the following Royal Rangers for their achievements in 2012;

Silver Medal of Achievement: Rachel Ong Su Lin, Joel Zachariah and Darren Wong.


Bronze Medal of Achievement: Isaac Selvam, Wilfred Ang and Joey Tan.



Job Day

In conjunction with the Royal Rangers 30th Anniversary and the Rangers involvement in community service, the Royal Rangers will be conducting a Job Day activity over three Saturdays on 4, 11 and 18 August 2012.

The job can be like cleaning windows, washing floors, cutting grass clearing the garden or drains, painting, cleaning up garage or store, washing cars, etc. This activity will be performed by the Royal Rangers (9–18 years), supervised by a Commander. In support of our 30th Anniversary Celebration, we would request a contribution to our Anniversary Fund.

We invite you to let us know what job you require us to do. Each shift is for 1 hour and consists of 1 Commander with 2 or 3 boys/girls.

We appreciate your great support for this Job Day Activity.


Royal Rangers Reports


Adventure Rangers Camp

Kinabalu Climb 2010

Annual Camp 2010


RR Leadership Camp in Sri Lanka

Leadership Training in Indonesia

Father & Son Backpacking Exp.

Graduation 2009

Camporama 2009


Annual Camp 2008

Father & Son Cookout

Gunung Tahan Expedition 2008


25th Anniversary Celebration

25th Anniversary Kinabalu Climb

Missions Flood Relief Project


2nd Central District Pow Wow

Adventure & Expedition Camp

24th Council of Achievement

Father & Son Fishing Trip

Adventure Day Camp 2006


Year End Celebration 2005

23rd Council of Achievement

Father & Son Campout

Endau Rompin Expedition 2005


Year End Celebration 2004

Annual Camp in Taman Negara

22nd Council of Achievement

Mission Trip To Bintulu 2004


Camping in Cameron Highlands

Climbing Bukit Kutu

21st Council of Achievement


Outpost Highlights

Ranger Kids Activities

Discovery Rangers Activities

Adventure Rangers Activities

Expedition Rangers Activities

1st Gunung Kinabalu Expedition

1st Gunung Tahan Expedition


Royal Rangers Websites

Royal Rangers Malaysia

Royal Rangers Asia Pacific

Royal Rangers International

Royal Rangers Webquarters



Events: Our Calendar for 2013

22 - 24 February

  Missions Emphasis
29 - 31 March   Easter Evangelistic Meetings
14 April   Graduation
4 -8 June   Mulu Adventure
12 - 14 July   Mission Emphasis Meetings
4 August   Council of Achievement
8 December   Thanksgiving & Awards Celebration



The Royal Rangers is organizing a trip to Sarawak to visit the world famous Mulu National Park in June 2013. You will have the opportunity to visit one of Sarawak's and Malaysia’s greatest attractions, the caves of Mulu. You also have the option to climb the Pinnacles. For more information and registration;
Mulu Information Sheet
Mulu Registration Form

Ranger Kids Outing
by Lam Kah Meng

On 9 Jun 2012, the Ranger Kids (aged 6-8 years) had a one day outing to the KL Bird Park. 15 boys and girls from both Royal Rangers in Cheras and Damansara Heights gathered in church at 8.30 am with great anticipation.

 Before leaving for the bird park, Commander Samuel Ngeow shared devotion where the kids were reminder that God even takes care of the birds in the air, what more themselves.

 At 9am, the rangers hopped on into the church van and made their way to the bird park. As the rangers explore the bird park, a sense of excitement and wonder fills the air. The kids were amazed by the many species of bird and that the birds were at touching distance. During the walk about, the rangers manage to feed some of the bird.


 The highlight of the trip has got to be the bird show just before we left the park. The birds perform many tricks and some of our rangers manage to take part in the show. The trip ended with a delicious lunch. Commander Stephanie graciously prepared hotdogs and muffins for Rangers.

The rangers arrived back at church at 2pm wearing a smile on their face. It was a good out of classroom learning and great way to spend the ranger's school holiday.


Check out the reports on our Anniversary Dinner an Trans-Titiwangsa Expedition in the May 2012 issue of Calvary News

Trans-Titiwangsa Conquered
The Trans-Titiwangsa Expedition transverses the main mountain range that forms the backbone of Peninsula Malaysia. The expedition starts at Ulu Kinta, Perak and concludes at Blue Valley in Cameron Highland, Pahang. It will cover three of the seven highest mountains in Peninsula Malaysia, Mount Korbu, Mount Gayong and Mount Yong Belar, the 2nd, 3rd and 4th highest mountains respectively.
Look out for a full report on the expedition soon

Philippines Mission Trip
by Samuel Ngeow
From 29 October to 3 November 2011, two Royal Rangers Commanders from Calvary Church Malaysia, Jim Guneratnam and Samuel Ngeow along with six Commanders from Singapore, Chia Eng Kiat, Wu Tze Chong, Aaron Lim Weng Kang Ng, Joseph Chan, Ng Swee Har and Edina Choo, were on a missions trip in Cebu, Philippines to conduct the Leadership Training Academy. The training was organized by the Cebu-lower Leyte District of the Philippines General Council of the Assemblies of God and held in Mt. Olives Christian Academy was attended by a total of 87 trainees.
The training which ran for three days, from 31 October to 2 November, covered Ranger Fundamentals and the Leadership Training Courses to provide all that is necessary for the trainees to be able to start a local outpost in their Church upon completion of the course. Hosted by Pastor Emerose T. Nemenza, the district coordinator, 18 churches from the Cebu Eastern Section participated in this Leadership Training Academy which is the first to be conducted by Royal Rangers International in the Philippines.
Before the training began, Commander Jim, who was also the Royal Rangers International Asia Pacific Coordinator, shared at the Celebration of God’s Goodness Church on Sunday. His message entitled “Faithful or Famous?”, encouraged leaders to serve with faithfulness rather than with the intent of seeking fame resonated within the congregation, stirring their passion for serving God as well as setting the tone for those who were attending the training the next few days.
At the conclusion of the training, the District Superintendent, thanked the instructor and challenged the trainees to use what they had learnt to reach, teach and keep the children and youths in their community for Christ. Praise God, the training was a resounding success, as it ended with the Filipino leaders excited and ready to start with the support of the district office to establish the Royal Rangers Ministry in the Philippines.

by Bryan Thean Li Ren
On 30 August 2011, a group of 32 people from Calvary Church went on an expedition to climb Mount Kinabalu. It was definitely a very exciting and challenging experience. We left Kuala Lumpur at 7.15am and arrived at Kota Kinabalu International Airport at almost 10am. There, we took a bus to Mount Kinabalu, only stopping for lunch and a little shopping. Accommodation throughout the trip was amazing. I had expected somewhat basic dorms and food but thankfully, I was proven wrong.
Praise God for the successful trip and the 24 climbers that made it to the summit of the highest mountain in Malaysia on 1 September 2011!
The first night on Mount Kinabalu, at Mersilau, was cold! But that was nothing compared to what would come. Most of us started our trek from Timpohan, the route at which we were going to climb the mountain the next morning, 31 August at about 8.30am after a good breakfast, prayer and a briefing from the guides. Six of the more adventurous in the group trekked the Mersilau trail which was 2km longer than Timpohan. Weather throughout the day was good but it rained on certain part of the journey. The hike to Laban Rata, the rest house on the mountain, took nearly 6 hours with most arriving after 2.00pm. There, we rested and chatted while waiting for the rest of our group to arrive. The final members of the group arrived after 6pm. As the sun set, the temperature began to drop and plummeted to 5’C in the early morning. Needless to say, it was very cold! What shocked me even though we were forewarned was the price of a cup of milo! Down here near sea level, a cup of milo would cost at most RM2 or 3 only. Up here at 3,270 meters (10,730 ft), it cost RM13!
After a buffer dinner and some rest in the dorms at Laban Rata, we set of for the summit at 2.30am. The hike to the summit took about 4 hours. Climbing up to the summit on a moonless night, it was pitch black until around 5am, and we had to use headlights and torches. I held on to the ropes like it was my lifeline because, as I saw heading back to Laban Rata daylight, it was. In a way, the darkness helped, because it kept me focused on the hike and at 4.20am I reached the final checkpoint, Sayat-Sayat. From there, it was around another 1.3 km to Low’s Peak, the summit of Mount Kinabalu. Shortly after the checkpoint, I suffered from altitude sickness. The guides suggested I turn back but persisted. I continued going up, and at 6.30am reached the base of the summit. Just a few meters to go, but the guides stopped me because the clouds were coming in and it began to rain. The trek down to Laban Rata was somewhat uneventful except for the clear view of the trail I had taken in the dark earlier that morning.
After a short rest at Laban Rata, we trek down to Timpohan and signed out at the check point. There was this feeling of disbelieve having made it up and down the highest mountain in Malaysia. Throughout the entire trek, there were parts where I struggled and perhaps if I went with any other group I would have given up because without the support I had from my friends and the commanders I wouldn’t have made it. If you haven’t tried climbing Mount Kinabalu, you should and next time. I want to go again! That evening, we had a time of celebration and thanksgiving, and received our certificates of accomplishment. On 2 September, at 7.30pm, we touched down in Kuala Lumpur and it was over, except for the muscle aches which lasted a few more days. Lots of thanks to all the people who went it up with me and supported me during the climb. Lastly, thank you God for keeping all of us safe and helping me succeed on the climb.
Photos of the trip available here. Report also available in Calvary News.

Adventure Rangers Outing
20 August 2011
The Adventure Rangers went on a outing to FRIM (Forest Reserve Institute of Malaysia) and the TUDM (Tentera Udara Di Raja Malaysia) Museum to complete their Nature Study and Aviation Merits.

Discovery Rangers Outing
2 April 2011

A group of 17 Discovery Ranger boys and 5 Commanders gathered in Calvary Church at 8.15am for the outing, mainly to finish up some of their advancement requirements (Lashing Merit and Cooking Merit). After a short devotion and briefing, we headed towards Sg Congkak which is about an hour away from town. Along the way, we picked up 2 Rangers attending RR in PACC.

On reaching the location, the Rangers were quickly divided into two groups; one doing their Cooking Merit while the other worked on their Lashing Merit.

For the Cooking Merit, the Rangers were required to cook a meal themselves and for the Lashing Merit, to complete a lashing project.

After all the hard work, the Rangers had a sumptuous lunch from the food they cooked.

They also had the opportunity to play in the river and football at the field beside the river. All in all, the Rangers went back tired, a little tanned from the hot sun over the afternoon but with a great sense of accomplishment and achievement.

Expedition Rangers White Water Rafing Trip
15 February 2011

15 Expedition Rangers, and Commanders had an exhilirating time on 15 Feb 2011 during their trip to Sungai Selangor to complete their White Water Rafting merit.



Look out for more exciting events coming soon!


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