From the humble beginning of a childcare centre in 1996, the hands of the Lord have guided the LCS Ministry into many other areas of social concern work. Today, a total of 6 centres and homes come under the LCS Ministry.

Roles of LCS

* Oversees and coordinates the programs and curricular of the centers and homes
* Organizes fund-raising projects to finance the running costs and meet the many needs of the residents
* Provides counseling and advice when necessary

Proverbs 14:31b states: “Whoever is kind to the needy honors God.”

We therefore invite all public organizations, corporate bodies and individuals to help us help the less privileged in society. We value all forms of assistance, contributions, sponsorship and support.

Daily Bread Food Bank

Daily Bread Food Bank aims to provide basic food to the underprivileged communities and channel surplus food to reach those who are in need, demonstrating the bringing of hope to the hungry and to promote care and the sharing of food.

We collect Rice, Cooking Oil, Sugar, Flour, Noodles, Biscuits,  Milk Powder, Canned foods, condensed milk, beverages, instant noodles and various other foods. These will then go to poor families, charitable homes, rehabilitation centers, children feeding programs and the elderly.

Contact: Angie Ng – [email protected]

Rumah Juara

Rumah Juara is set-up in 1998 to provide a home for orphans and abused and under-privileged children from ages 3-19 years old. Juara is a Malay word that stands for victory; Rumah Juara is therefore a place that envisions VICTORY FOR EVERY CHILD, EVERY LIFE. The home is a safe haven that protects the children and provides for the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. It seeks to develop them through academic and vocational training. The aim is to raise children who are secure in their identity, strong in character and equip with moral and godly values and good social skills. Rumah Juara is a home for children from various backgrounds.

Puchong: Pr Rani Phillip – [email protected]
PJ: Cecilia Michael – [email protected]

Lifezone Drug Rehabilitation Centre

Lifezone was envisioned to transfer and transform those who lived under the bondage of drugs and self-destruction into the life zone of new beginnings and hope

Established on 15 March 1996, it seeks to give all who go there “A LIFE THAT IS TRULY LIFE”

– a life that is worthwhile, meaningful and productive, a life free from drugs and chemical dependency. The very name speaks for itself.

– Lifezone was envisioned to transfer those who live in the twilight zone of drugs and self-destruction into a bright zone of new life, new beginnings and hope. It also seeks to provide employment and job opportunities for transformed residents to help them re-enter society.

Homemaster: Timothy Yong – [email protected]

Mighty Kidz Kindergarten

Initially set up in 2002 as Mighty Kids Child Development Centre and subsequently registered as Tadika Menara Kurnia (Tower of Grace) in full compliance with Ministry of Education guidelines, the kindergarten caters to children aged 4-6 years old, using the Fungates system, an early childhood education programme which incorporates fun into the learning process. Opening the gates to first class fun learning, the system is geared towards creating the most effective and comprehensive learning experience for every child to reach his or her potential.

Contact: Christine Lai – [email protected]

Heritage Home

Heritage Home was set-up in 2002 and elderly home in 2008. The primary objective of the home is always to provide quality holistic residential care for the elderly at “HOME AWAY FROM HOME”.

It is a place where the residents can call it their home as they advance into their senior years gracefully.

Set in a warm and friendly environment, residents enjoy a healthy, peaceful and meaningful life. Elderly people spend their days accorded with respect and dignity – away from their children, yet are well being taken care of by trained care-givers in a friendly, homely and happy environment.
The daily activities include: Daily devotion, singing and worship, counselling, peer interaction and fellowship, exercise an recreation, video viewing, etc. It is through these activities that residents learn to be interdependent, to look out for one another and reach out to the others.