National Evangelical Christian Fellowship

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The National Evangelical Christian Fellowship (NECF) is an ecumenical body in Malaysia comprising evangelical Protestant denominations and churches. It was formed in 1983 when divisions, dissipation of meagre resources and the lack of a credible, united evangelical voice became acutely noticed when certain constraints developed in the country. These constraints included the partial banning of Malay translation of the Bible, the limiting of the number of sites for worship which affected the status of independent churches and the outlawing of public gatherings of five or more people.

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