1. Can I choose my seat? Can I sit with my family? Can I book seats for my friends who are still lining up outside?
The Ushers will guide you to the seats as you enter. All seats are separated from each other. At this moment, we do not have family seating arrangements.
No booking of seats will be entertained. If you wish to be seated as a “group” (in the same cluster of seats), please check-in together so that you can be seated at the same time.
2. If we are coming as a family, can I just register once? Are there any age groups that are prohibited from joining the Celebration?
No, the ticketing is on a per person basis. You will need to book a ticket for each person individually.
If you are below 12 or above 70 years old, you are allowed by law to join us in-person. We do advise however, to take necessary precautions to ensure that your health and safety remains a priority. If you have major health issues (respiratory illnesses, diabetes, etc..), please do continue to join us online at dumc.my/live.
3. Where and when can I book my ticket?
You can book your ticket here on the Tuesday before the actual Saturday Celebration.
4. What time should I come?
Check-in will start at 4.30pm when the glass doors to the main building open. Please do come as early as 4.30pm (but not earlier) to check in which may take time. Note: if you do come any earlier than that, you will not be able to get into the building as the building will only open at 4.30pm.
5. Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?
You may pass your e-ticket to someone else if you are unable to use it yourself. However, please note that the e-ticket is for a single entry at the specified service. Once validated, it can no longer be used for another person or another service.
6. Is the Dream Cafe and Village Coffee open? What about Canaanland?
Dream Cafe, Village Coffee and Canaanland will be open during the following hours:-
Tue - Fri (11.00am - 3.00pm)
Sat (11.00am - 4.45pm)
Sun (10.00am - 2.00pm)
Tue - Fri (8.30am - 6.00pm)
Sat & Sun (8.30am - 2.00pm )
Tue - Fri (9.30am - 5.30pm)
Sat (10.30am - 7.30pm)
Sun (10.00am - 2.00pm)
7. Can we fellowship together after Celebration?
Public health guidelines require the Auditorium to be vacated immediately at the end of the service. All worshippers are required to exit the building promptly upon the conclusion of the service. Socialising among worshippers on the premises is to be kept to an absolute minimum.
If you wish to speak to your friends, pastors or leaders, you may do so outside the premises.
8. Will there be ministry / prayer time at the end of Celebration?
There will not be ministry time at the end of the service as we used to have. Your pastors and leaders can still pray for you outside of the service.
Alternatively, you may request prayer by writing in to
9. Will there be parking in the compound? Is the gate to PJ33 open?
Parking in the compound is on a first come first serve basis. Only the gate to Symphony Square will be open. PJ33 gate remains closed.
10. Are walk-in visitors allowed?
Only if there are remaining tickets available, then they can register on the spot. The practice of not registering for a ticket and just walking in, is strongly discouraged. We cannot promise entry.
11. Will tithes and offering be collected in our in-person Celebration?
There will be boxes made available where you can drop your physical giving during our celebration. Bank transfers are still available for those who would prefer that option. The details are available at dumc.my/give.
12. Do I have to use MySejahtera?
It is the method of registration required by the authorities to enable rapid contact tracing if and when necessary. We encourage you to install MySejahtera, before you request a ticket.
13. MySejahtera classifies me as ‘high risk’. Can I still come to the in-person service?
If you are classified as ‘high risk’ by MySejahtera after updating your health status on the app, we request you to join us online at dumc.my/live.
14. Can non-Malaysian citizens attend the in-person celebration?
According to the latest official SOP, non-citizens are now permitted to participate in in-person worship gatherings. We can’t wait to welcome everyone back!