Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Prime Minister, Najib, you can save this chapel in Pahang from destruction...

There is still NO news from the BN State government of Pahang, or the BN Federal Government of Malaysia under Pahang's Mohd Najib - news that will remove the threat of destroying the 83 year old chapel of St John in small town Triang, Pahang (whose MP is Ismail Sabri Yaakob)

It is a small Christian Catholic chapel that is the place of worship of a small Catholic Christian community - and it is hoped that concerned persons in Malaysia would join in the call to the State Government - to stop its threats - and SAVE this little church, proving that rights of minority religious groups are also respected.

There will be a special Mass (Worship Session) at 4.00pm on Sunday(17/5/2009) to pray specially so that this Chapel be saved. Spread the word, and it would be good if many would take the time to come join the Christian community in Triang as they pray their little old chapel be not demolished by the State government...the UMNO-led BN State Government.

Also do call upon or urge that the Pahang State Government, and also our Prime Minister, Mohd Najib Razak, that they would stop their plans to destroy this chapel that has also served the community around Triang as a refuge during the Japanese Occupation, floods, and other difficult times.

See earlier posts:-
St John's Chapel, Triang - the Church that needs saving
St John's Chapel, Triang (83 year old) :- Time is running out...
St John's Chapel(over 83 years old) being threathened with 'eviction' - help save this 'little' church


Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


"You saw me crying in the chapel"
That it's destruction isn't one to compel
With 'freedom of religion' neither misinterpretation nor rebel
Without the need to sacrifice any innocent camel

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 140509
Thu. 14th May 2009.

GreenEarth Notes said...

Prime Minister, it is in your least as an 'old boy' of St John's Institution in KL to do the needful and save this little chapel of St John in Triang. We the people of the book appeal to your good offices.