Located in the heart of Bukit Bintang along Jalan Raja Chulan is the St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. It is one of the iconic landmarks which tells the history of the capital having been around since 1902. That which makes the church so prominent is its existence through the war period and it has its origin dating back to the time when the political and commercial emphasis from Singapore and Penang was shifted to the centre of the then Malay Peninsular known as Peninsular Malaysia today.
Besides that, there was a rapid development in the railway and rubber industry which was focused in Kuala Lumpur and this contributed to a large group of expatriates relocating here and that contributed to the establishing of the church then which will then grow to become what it is today.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches and the United Reformed Church of the United Kingdom where it holds weekly Sunday services. Besides that, it carries out fellowship activities for men, women, young adults and the youth through its respective ministries. St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church organises the Sunday School to educate the youth and children on the Word of God.