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Subang Lutheran garden

The shortage of Christian burial grounds, particularly in the Klang Valley, has become a matter of serious concern for the Christian community in the recent years. The DBKL cemetery in Cheras has reached its capacity and this has forced Christian to look for other alternatives to lay to rest their deceased. Some have choose privately manage cemeteries but the drawback has been their escalating prices, while others have to utilize Christian burial grounds that are quite a distance away from the city.

In view of this difficult situation, the Lutheran Church in Malaysia & Singapore (LCMS) is grateful that a piece of former oil palm estate land in Bukit Raja, Daerah Petaling, had received approval from the Selangor State Government to be used as a Christian burial ground. The LCMS had decided to name this cemetery as Subang Lutheran Garden.

The LCMS had formed a management company, namely Lutheran Garden Berhad (LGB), to oversee the management and operation of the cemetery. After some in-depth study, LGB had decided to use an advance pre-cast system for the construction of the burial plots in order to maximize the usage of the land as well as for better aesthetics and management. This lawn cemetery concept is not only simple and pleasing to the eye, but it also serves to keep the burial cost to the minimum for all.