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Welcome to SMACC!

SMACC 1 and 2 are two of the ten congregations that make up St. Mary's Anglican Cathedral in Kuala Lumpur.

Our mission, together with the rest of the Cathedral, is:

To glorify God together in response to his grace by making disciples of Jesus Christ.
We therefore seek to be a Gospel-centred, Bible-based, disciple-making community.

Whether you are a first time visitor to our site or are a regular we hope that our website helps you to know more about who we are, what we believe and what we do. You are very welcome to join us for any of our ministries. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need more information.

Who are we?

SMACC 1 and SMACC 2 are congregations which form part of St. Mary's Anglican Cathedral, situated in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. SMACC (pronounced 'smack') stands for:

St. Mary's Anglican Cathedral Contemporary.

We gather each week as God’s people, around His Word. SMACC1 and 2 meet in the Multi-purpose Hall of the Cathedral. SMACC1 meets at 10:30am and SMACC2 at 5pm. We seek to be people who speak the truth in love.

We have:
one goal - to glorify God
one task - to make disciples of Jesus Christ
one message - the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Are you a visitor? Take a quick tour.

Announcements

No Services on Sunday 1 May

We will be away for our Annual Church Camp, SMAGOW, from Saturday 30 April - Monday 2 May. As such, there will be no SMACC services that weekend. However, services in the cathedral are as usual at 7am, 8.30am, 10.30am and 6pm. 

Tuesday Night Training

Tuesday Night Training begins a new term on 7 June. Join one of our range of courses for Certificate of Theology: Bible Overview, Old Testament 1, Romans and Apologetics; and Ministry Skills: Six Steps to Loving Your Church, and Evangelistic: Christianity Explored.

For more information, or to register, click here

Biblical Theology 2 Seminar

We will be running a Biblical Theology Level 2 Seminar over two weekends in June and August. This seminar will focus on how to interpret the Bible using methods grounded in Biblical Theology. 

For more information, or to register, click here

Recent Sermons