The truth, the way, and the life... The only way to God the Father.

Jesus said that "I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (St. John 14:6 ESV) 

Who are we?

We are on a mission reaching out to the local community with the timeless and profound teachings of the Bible and the rich divine tradition of the Christian Church. We have helped many people discover how they can live out a meaningful and fruitful life in the way, life, and truth of Jesus Christ. 

What is a Christian mission?

A Christian mission is a commissioned work from the Church to spread the good news about salvation in Jesus Christ. This involves establishing a Church in a local community and reaching out to those who are drawn to the teachings and messages of God. As a mission, we believe that those who seek to know more about Jesus Christ are moved by the Spirit of God, which leads them to the Church. We are currently active in Setia Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, and welcome anyone who is interested to join us in our mission. Please contact us for more information.


We are part of the ancient English (Anglo) Christian tradition that has about 1,900 years of apostolic heritage. The early Church sent out missionaries to the British Isles during the second century to preach the Gospel. Since then, the work of the Gospel has been planted in the region. We are part of this lineage and heritage. 

During the 16th century, Western Christianity had a major reformation to restore the Christian Church back to her origin. Unfortunately, there were a number of radicals, also known as radical Protestants, who revolutionized and revised the Christian doctrines and Church. We are not part of such radical movements. We are sympathetic to some of them, but not associated with them. 

Many contemporaries have mistaken that the word "Reformed" represents Calvinism. We are not Calvinists or Protestant Lutherans. Our apostolic heritage belongs to the English tradition, also known as Anglicanism. We are also not associated with the Church of England because of their recent apostasy and heresy in blessing homosexual marriages and women ordination. When we mention the word "Reformed," we are part of the effort and history of the English tradition that reformed the Church to her origin in faith and religion. 

Some consider us as Reformed Catholic or Anglo-Catholic.


The word "catholic" is not exclusive to Roman Catholic Church. The word catholic means "universal." We are part of the catholic faith that was preached everywhere by all the apostles and early Church.


We profess our faith in the orthodox doctrines of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church. It is the faith that Christ gave the Apostles and early Church, and preserved by the unity of the bishops - the successors of the Apostles - in the first seven ecumenical councils, without contradictions with the Holy Scripture. 


Our kergyma is in the classical Evangelical message and spirituality. Saint Paul wrote, "For Jews demand signs and Greeks seek wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified..." (1 Corinthians 1:22-23a). We preach and exalt Christ and his Cross to show the lost about the love of God; the power of God's salvation for all mankind; and, how Jesus Christ destroyed the work of the devil on the Cross. We preach that there is no other way to God the Father except through faith in the Son, Jesus Christ.

We are not radical and modern Protestant Evangelicals who misuse the above-mentioned doctrine as having faith in Christ alone is a mental trick or mere cognitive effort that permits us to remove the traditions of the early Church and Apostles. Faith in Christ includes trust and belief in the wholesome life, truth, and way of Christ that was given to the early Church and Apostles. 

We are evangelical per se in the tradition of Scripture without abandoning the ancient traditions of the early Church.

Making disciples of Jesus Christ who will solemnly live out the will of God the Father in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Holy Trinity Asia is an apostolate mission actively evangelizing the Gospel and making disciples for Jesus Christ.

Following Jesus is more than an enlightened, rational thought, and the exercise of the intellectual mind. It includes pursuing the truth in God, the way we live, and how we worship God. Therefore, it is essential we lead people into the solid faith in Jesus Christ by continuing the faith that was once delivered to the saints (ref. Jude 1:3). We faithfully continue the Apostolic Tradition and the teachings of the Scripture without innovation or constant need to follow the trends of the world, which was admonished in the Holy Scripture. 

We profess our faith in the ancient and historic rule of faith in the canon of the Old and New Testament Scripture and the three ancient Creeds of the Apostles’ Creed, Nicene Creed, and Athanasius Creed. We are fundamentally Nicene-orthodox, the catholic faith that has been believed everywhere, always, and by all of the Apostles and the early Church. Our life in the grace of the new covenant in Christ is continuously enriched and sanctified in the liturgical life using the Book of Common Prayer translated into vernacular language.

What do we do?

We are on a mission to make genuine disciples of Christ and plant Churches in East Asia, so people will know and do the will of God the Father (ref. Matt. 7:21, 28:20; John 8:31)  with the power of the Holy Spirit. 

Christian discipleship has been a hype in some modern circles by producing a list of teaching programs and seminars. However, as seen and read in the Gospel accounts, the origin of discipleship is not industrious commercial programs. It is a personal journey of a master or teacher imparting their life to a student, teaching them everything about what it means to be a follower of Christ. It includes teaching the student how to pray, worship, read Scripture, and live out the will of God in their life. Thus, we have personal pastoral guidance and regular small group meetings for catechism, studying the Bible, prayer, and worship. We welcome all those seeking a serious life to follow Christ as Lord and Savior. 

Our mission of making disciples includes planting solid Churches all around East Asia. The Church is the gathering of all those who are baptized in Christ; a sacramental community of all followers of Christ. Our definition of solid Churches are Churches rooted in the orthodox teachings and traditions of the Apostles. 

We also provide theological training and pastoral guidance to those who want to be part of our mission.


Our current active work is in West Malaysia. Malaysia is a country with limited religious freedom. We are situated in a location with a high risk of persecution. Open Doors UK ranked Malaysia on the World Watch List as a highly persecuted Christian nation. 

We are currently reaching out to Hong Kong and China. The political instability and political secularization in Hong Kong Churches have a great need for apostolate missional work. 

Don't hesitate to contact us if you are interested in finding out more about joining us.

"Join our Christian mission to rediscover the timeless wisdom and spiritual power of Apostolic Tradition, the very teachings of Jesus Christ entrusted to his closest followers."