CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF MYANMAR

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     The Congregational Church of Myanmar, the country once known as Burma, was founded by the Reverend Dr Elvis Sa Do (Say Doe) and his wife Naw Pale Say (Nor Palay Say) on June 6th, 2000.


     Originally Reverend Dr Sa Do was from a Christian family of the Mara people who live in the Maraland region wwhich extends across a section of North-Western Myanmar and a section of North-East India. Naw Pale Sae was from the Ayeyarwady region and has a Karen Baptist background; the Karen peopleresiding mainly in Southern and South-Eastern Myanmar. Reverend Dr Sa Do graduated with a M. Div. (Master of Divinity) from Grace Baptist Theological Seminary while, before her marriage Naw Pale Sae was a Primary School Teacher having graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Yangon University.


Reverend Dr Sa Do was ordained into the Christian Ministry in June 2000 by Mr Keith Lyons, the General Secretary of the Congregational Federation of Australia and New Zealand during his visit to Myanmar while Naw  Pale Say was ordained to the Christian Ministry in July 2010 by the then Moderator of the Federation, Reverend Aloese (Allan) Filipaina, during his visit to Myanmar in company with the General Secretry.


Reverend Sa Do has a passion for Mission in the Congregational Way, living inn covenant with God's people. As well as being the founder of the Congregational Church of Myanmar he is also the founder of the Congregational Bible College, later changed to Discipleship Training, Grace Mission and Grace Children's Ministry.

Reverend Sa Do would love to have you share with him in the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ.


At the time of the birth of the Congregational Church of Myanmar in Yangon a few Christians from one of the Evangelical Churches in Chin State, Myanmar, on the border with India, changed their name to the Congregational Church of Myanmar, based on Sako Village and the Indian Congregational Church.However, their formation was not recognised by the International Congregational Fellowship so they returned to their former Denomination. (Ref: Congregational Federation of Australia, 20th June, 2001.

Myanmar has over one hundred tribal languages Burmese being the country's official language  and as a National Church the Congregational Church of Myanmar is a Burmese-speaking Church.

The establishment of theCongregational Church of Myanmar in Yangon was based in Christ who is the foundation of the Christian Church; it was not based on any tribe.

Also Reverend Sa Do loves the Church doctrine and polity of Congregationalism.


The Congregational Church of Myanmar












General Secretary

Reverend Dr Elvis Sa Do


Office

624/45 Khaung Road

45 Quarter

North Dagon Myothit

Yangon

Myanmar


Telephone +95-1-584-430

Mobile Telephone

+95-9-507-8051

E-mail

elsaccm@gmail.com


Assistant Secretary and Treasurer

Naw Pale Say

Mobile Telephone

+95-9-420-005-759

E-mail

nawpale@gmail.com