SHALOM BAPTIST CHURCH (PENANG)
Theological Class Study
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Due to the Covid19 restrictions, our ministry is online at this time
PASTOR TER YIN HO
Pastor Ter was led to Christ by a deacon after an evening service at Singapore Bible Baptist Church (SBBC) on the 21st of August 1977 and was baptized and added to the Church on the 6th of November that same year. Eight months later, he was accepted by SBBC as a voluntary staff. His role involved interpreting and teaching in the newly founded ministry to the hearing impaired. There he was introduced to Sister Jessie who was the pioneer of that new ministry. Not long after that both of them were blissfully wedded and in time, became parents to a tribe of eleven children. In May 1987, Pastor Ter was commissioned as a missionary by Shalom Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Wee. He was then sent out to start his first mission work in Penang Island, Malaysia, where it continues to this day.
The Shalom Baptist Mission Church (Penang) was started in July 1987 by Pastor Ter in a rented double-storey house in Batu Uban. The church moved to a purchased office lot of 700 sq. ft. nearby, in 1996. It has been fully paid for.
Presently, we have around 10 members, local and outstation, and support about 30 missionaries and
workers in the Asian region on a monthly budget of RM3200.
We emphasise the importance of a regenerate and active membership, witnessing for the Lord.
SHALOM PENANG MINISTRIES
Devotion & Prayer
Christian Marriage Class
8:30 am – 9:30 pm
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Address: 38-1-10, Pangsapuri Century, Jalan Pantai Jerjak 1, Gelugor, 11700, Penang.
Phone: +60 1110 823260
A Christian brother who owned a double storey house in Juru, Bukit Mertajam, on the mainland of Penang impelled us to use his premise for the Lord’s ministry. Juru Shalom was then started in 2016 Dec when a group of Indians responded to our tracts. In 2019 October, we moved to another nearby premise owned by Sis. Ooi. The ministry was largely attended by Tamil Indians, and occasionally several non Indians. We had Bro Francis, a Christian of Sikh ethnicity, to interpret to the Tamil people.
We also have a ministry to Myanmese refugees residing in Langkawi and Kuala Lumpur. Pastor Ter ministers to them with the help of two English-speaking Myanmese Christians.