In the nurturing years of the church, the school played a pivotal role in extending the Christian faith to others. This was evident by the large attendance at the English service. In Kuala Pilah, the worship service was conducted twice every month. In 1937 work among the young people in Seremban took the forefront when the Young People's Christian Union in Seremban was formed. Following that year, the church began to grow in number. During the World War II (1941-
After the War, works in the new villages in Mambau and Rasah started with the assistance of the Youth Fellowship and a full time worker, under the supervision of Rev. Abel Eklund, the first full-
In 1957 the church started a Bible class for the British soldiers in Seremban. Financially, the church was well off. It paid $2,700 for pastoral support in that year and average attendance at the worship service was 100.
In 1959 membership increased to 206 (membership today is close to 400). In 1960, the church building was extended with a wing and basement to cope with increased membership and activities.
In 1961, the 1st Seremban Boys' Brigade Company was started with 20 boys from both the ACS and the Methodist Afternoon School, Seremban. That same year, the first local pastor cum principal of the ACS, Seremban, Rev. S.T. Peter Lim, was appointed.
In 1965, both the church and the school celebrated their 50th anniversary.
And in 1983, Bishop Denis C. Dutton broke ground for the planting of an outreach point at Taman Ujong, Seremban. This outreach point would become a full local conference, i.e. a local church, on 14th January 1991.
In 1993, the parsonage-