Covenant GRace How We Worship Title

"Oh come, let us worship and bow down;
Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker."

                                                                     Psalm 95:6


We meet together each Sunday to Worship, this is the highlight of each week and is something we delight in. It is a requirement of God and it is also a great blessing to every believer. Through each service we are both convicted of our sins and reminded of the great love and forgiveness we have in Christ Jesus our Lord. We are also encouraged to live a holy life unto Him.


At Covenant Grace Church we strive to worship God only as He has decreed in His word. Our worship is shaped regulatively by what God has ordained and not by our own ideas or the trends of culture and age.

Each Sunday we gather together for The Preaching of the Word (1 Cor 2), Singing Praise to God (1 Cor 14), Prayer to God (2 Cor 1:11), The Collection For The Saints (1 Cor 16) and Fellowship (1 Cor 16). On occasion there is Baptism (1 Cor 1) and The Lord's Supper (1 Cor 11) 


Where And When We Worship


Sunday Worship

Morning: 10.30am to 12:00pm (followed by sermon discussion)

Evening: Currently no evening service. Evening streaming provided by sister church. Contact us for details.

Midweek Meeting

Wednesday Evening: 8:15pm

Prayer Meeting / Bible Study

Sisters Fellowship 

Tuesdays 8:30PM (contact church for details) 


1st Floor, Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)

8A JALAN MASJID NEGERI 11600 PENANG. (Located in between Masjid Negeri P.Pg & KFC Green Lane

As a Reformed Church, we conduct our Church service with reverence, conscious that we are in the presence of the Almighty God. Central in our worship is the preaching of the Word of God. Biblical worship is beautiful. It possesses the beauty mentioned in Psalm 29:2, “Give unto the Lord the glory due unto His name; worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness.”

The beauty of Reformed worship is found in the faithful preaching of the Word of God, in the simple administration of the sacraments, and in the praises offered in sincerity and truth.