A group of POW relatives from Australia initiated the installation of stained glass in the church as a memorial to the POW and a way of appreciation to the local people who risked their lives to help the POW during the Japanese occupation.
In 2004, the stained glass windows known as the fellowship Windows were dedicated in a special service accompanied by the magnificent Hallelujah Chorus. The uplifting designs of the four windows which tell different messages from the Bible, enhance the worship atmosphere in the church.
South Friendship Window
Around the same time, the hostel ministry for the interior students was started by the same group as another way of expressing their thanks to the local community during the Japanese occupation.
Tourists and visitors visiting hours are as follows:-
Monday, Wednesday – Saturday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sunday, Tuesday & Public Holiday: Closed
Entrance Fee (Love Donation – Upkeep/Maintenance):
RM10.00 (Non-Malaysian Adult)
RM5 (Malaysian Adult)
Children (Free Admission)
Visitors may get their ticket from Elton Resource Centre.