Welcome to All Saints, Chiang Mai! Join us every Sunday at 11 a.m. as we observe the season of Lent!

27798245_714235875448911_7721167183675869872_oAll Saints, Chiang Mai, aims to be a worship community welcoming all people!

Each Sunday we meet together to share the Eucharist, or Holy Communion, as we seek to worship the risen Christ and learn more of him.  

Please feel free to join us as we gather together as the people of God!

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Email: info@AllSaintsChiangMai.com,  Call: 063 662 1848,   Facebook Page

All Saints seeks to be a church that is welcome to all, whether rich or poor, Thai or farang, black or white, gay, lesbian, transgender, or straight, old or young, Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu or Jew.  We aim to declare the inclusive love of Jesus Christ, and demonstrate his radical call to discipleship in our lives.  We want to live open, honest, lives in obedience to his call, and to serve the people of Chiang Mai, Thailand, and the world. 


7 responses to “Welcome to All Saints, Chiang Mai! Join us every Sunday at 11 a.m. as we observe the season of Lent!

  1. I attended All Saint’s when on holiday in Chiang Mai three weeks ago and found a very spirit filled service, the Methodist Covenant Service was used and the whole service was beautiful. I applaud what you are doing for the minority groups, which is what Christ himself would have done.
    Yours in Christ
    Sue Varty

  2. Thanks, I have updated this page as well!

  3. I would like to know the exact location

  4. Sounds great. You are exactly what I’ve been looking for ever since I retired to Chiang Mai some sixteen months ago following the death of my beloved wife of forty-seven years. Despite (perhaps because of) fourteen years of Catholic education, I was an agnostic from my sophomore–aptly named, at least in my case–year at university until roughly thirty years later while serving as associate dean of a small multinational American college campus in Germany. I’m seeking to become part of a nondenominational spiritual fellowship and guessing that might be you. See you either Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

    PS: From the sublime to more-mundane matters: I’m concerned, like Eliza’s father in “My Fair Lady,” about getting to the church on time since I don’t have a car or motorbike. No problem finding a tuk-tuk, but what’s your exact address in both English and, if possible, Thai? Thanks very much.

  5. Evangelia Vana Papageorgiou

    I attended Christmas Day mass yesterday with this wonderfully welcoming congregation who made me feel at home,despite me belonging to Greek Orthodox denomination .
    Thank you father Ian and all good people of the Church and an extra thanks for inviting me to christmas lunch with you,it was a lovely Christmas day,I will treasure the memory..

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