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Asian Beacon is sad to share the news of the passing of a close friend of ours, Rev Loh Soon Choy. Rev Loh went home to be with the Lord on the afternoon of 11/11/20 at the age of 82. He leaves behind his wife, Lydia Kristanto, two daughters Debbie and Miriam, two sons-in-law Chan Kok Leong and Christopher DeShield, and two grandchildren Omar and Noemi.
Rev Loh served faithfully for more than 40 years in the Malaysian Church and held various positions as a pastor and dean of a seminary, as well as in many para-church organisations. He was known for his wisdom and gentle and compassionate heart, and was one of our most faithful supporters, serving as exco and adviser for our ministry at Asian Beacon.
The Asian Beacon would like to express its condolences to the family of Rev Loh.
The bereavement services will be live-streamed online:
Wake service, today (Thurs, 12 Nov)
Time: 6.00pm (MYT)
Wake service, Friday, 13 Nov
Time: 6.00pm (MYT)
Funeral, Saturday, 14 Nov
Time: 10.00am (MYT)
Those who wish to pay their last respects may do so on the following dates and times:
Homecoming service – for relatives only
Date: Thurs, 12/11/20 & Fri, 13/11/20
Date: Sat, 14/11/20
Thereafter, cortege will proceed to Gui Yuan Crematorium, Petaling Jaya
For eulogies & tributes, you are invited to write on this padlet:
Do uphold Lydia, Debbie, Miriam & family in prayer during this time of bereavement.
For condolences gift please transfer to Lydia Kartika Kristanto/Deborah Loh Wern Ai (MBB: 1142 7217 8988)
Remembering Rev Loh
Asian Beacon lost a dear friend of ours, Rev Loh Soon Choy, on 11th November 2020. He was a man of gentle character but a giant in faith, and he was one of our most faithful supporters. The following is an article that was published in 2018. We want to share it here again as a tribute and as a remembrance for our beloved brother in Christ.
Greetings from Asian Beacon.
During such trying times in our nations and especially with our government enforcing the Movement Control Order (MCO), mass gathering is not allowed. We understand many churches are not prepared during this season except for some bigger churches who have already moved on to the digital platform even before MCO was implemented.
Asian Beacon would like to extend our help to assist small churches on how to go online so that you can continue to shepherd your members by doing online church service as well as your weekly prayer meeting. We are more than happy to share with valuable tips on how to go online as well as guiding you on how to setup and start your online church in no time.
As the Chairman of Asian Beacon, I felt the need to offer my professional service as I specialise in the area of video broadcasting conferencing production and streaming solutions to the Christian community such as Christian organisation and Churches in Malaysia.
If you are interested to find out how you can be part of the growing Online Church community or running your organisation using technology by going digital during this season of Covid-19 by staying home as well as working from home, please do not hesitate to contact us soonest possible. In view of current Covid-19 world situation, large group gatherings and self-distancing may very well be our way of life for the next 6 months or even longer.
You may contact us by filling in the inquiry form below.
Blessings & Shalom.