The Community of the Risen Lord (CRL), Headed by Lalith Perera is a catholic lay charismatic community that operates in Sri Lanka with the vision of taking the revival into the church.
Praise the Lord Brother/ Sister, We warmly welcome you to our website. The Community of the Risen Lord is a place where we experience and share the love of God. To some it’s a place to growth - a place to go deeper into the catholic faith and to others a place where they have a life changing encounter with the Living Christ.Read About CRL
We extend an open invitation to join us at our praise and worship programmes, where we come together to listen to the word of God, learn about the spirituality of the saints, develop a deeper understanding of the Catholic sacramental life, and to praise and worship the Lord Jesus in music & song.Weekly prayer meetings
Over the years we have been blessed to see the mighty hand of God upon our ministry. Thousands have experienced the Living Christ and have found great purpose and meaning in their lives. Our goal is not only to spread the word of God to the ends of the world, but also to take Christians into a deep inner journey with Christ.Prayer tools
February 16th & 17th were very special days in the CRL history that the Lord made, where for the first time the CRL conducted a 4 Step Retreat for Priests in the Paramatta Diocese, Sydney, along with Bishop Prowse.
The CRL team was in Australia in February conducting 4 Steps retreats, and other special prgrams. It was infact the 10 year annniversary of the CRL Melbourne.
It was a great weekend when the CRL servers from all around Sri Lanka gathered together to discern the heart of God for our mission for the year 2017. Close 600 servers attended the two-day retreat
CRL launched a brand new ministry for the those addicted to variouse substances. The ministry conducts a meeting once a month, with the mission to give a God experience to those subjected to substance abuse
CRL conducted the 4 Steps Retreat at St. Rita's Church, Dummaladeniya. It was well attended by the parishioners, and was a blessed experience for all of us