Captains Leonard Heng and Peck-Ee Wong
Leonard and Peck-Ee were born and raised in Singapore with a family background in ancestral worship. They were both saved when they were 16. As a teenager, he had served with Teen Challenge and Operation Mobilization, spending two years ministering in India while she served in a Baptist church.
They were trained in the Baptist Theological Seminary in Singapore and graduated with a Master of Divinity. Right after graduation, they were married in 1991 and had Phoebe (28) and Philemon (25). He then served as the Pastor of a Baptist church, and she served as Administrator in the Baptist Seminary.
In 1994, they responded to God’s call to serve in Hainan Province, China for four years, involved in teaching English to government officials in the tourism industry while training house church leaders in the village on the weekends. During this time of service, Leonard also obtained his Ph.D. in Biblical Counselling with the Trinity Theological Seminary, Indiana.
Upon their return to Singapore, Leonard continued as the coordinator for ministry to Indian and Chinese migrant construction workers while Peck-Ee served with Antioch Missions to central China. She later served as a high school teacher for four years.
The family moved to Canada in 2006 and the Lord opened the door for them to serve as the Multicultural Ministries Coordinator and Family Services Worker at Scarborough Citadel, Ontario.
Sensing God’s call to Officership, they entered CFOT under the Field Based Tailored Training Program and served as cadets at North Toronto Community Church and Agincourt Temple. Upon Commissioning in 2013, they continued to serve as Assistant Corps Officers at Agincourt and then moved to Peace River Community Church, Alberta as Corps Officers.
In 2016, they returned to their native land, Singapore and served as Corps Officers at the Bishan Chinese Corps for three years. Leonard was then appointed as the Training Principal at the School for Officer Training with Peck-Ee joining him as the Integrated Training Officer after a year as Corps Officer of the William Booth Corps.
After five years in the SMM (Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar) Territory, they returned to their home territory and are now serving at Ottawa Citadel.