ktmcc since 1953
"All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, ......"
2 Tim 3:16
KTMCC | The Kuwait Town Malayalee Christian Congregation


The KTMCC is known for its uniqueness, as its members from different denominations worship the Lord in one accord and one spirit. KTMCC is an integral part of the National Evangelical Church in Kuwait (NECK), which consists of three language congregations, namely The Kuwait Town Malayalee Christian Congregation (KTMCC), Arab Language Congregation (ALC) and English Language Congregation (ELC). The purpose of KTMCC is to carry on the Christian work as a part of the total mission of the National Evangelical Church in Kuwait.


KTMCC Convention
The KTMCC General Convention will be held at the NECK Church & Parish Hall from 29th September to 2nd October .Most Rev.Dr. C.V.Mathew Will share the word of God.

KTMCC Talent Test
The KTMCC Mega Talent test to be conducted on 24th Sept at NECK. More than 200 individual participants, 20 Group items! 30 congregations participating! Program starts at 8.00 AM.


We are very pleased to inform you that by the Grace of God, a long cherished vision of KTMCC has been materialized. We have registered KTMCC as a TRUST in India on 14th August 2013 and set up the KTMCC Trust Office at Pathanamthitta.


Worship Service / Bible Class

Every Wednesday at 7.30 pm believers from different denominations gather together at NECK for worship & Bible study.

Sunday School

Around 250 Children from LKG till 12th Std. are studying in the Sunday School on every Thursday at 4.00pm. 22 dedicated teachers teach them the Word of God.

Ladies Prayer Group

The Ladies Prayer Group is conducted every Thursday at 4.00 pm at the NECK.

Prayer Group Fellowship

Regular prayer meetings are conducted on every Wed at 6.30 pm at NECK.

KTMCC Library

KTMCC Provides free library facilities to the members. The Library is located at the NECK premisis.  

Other Activities

Other than the regular activities, KTMCC conducts various programs 


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