Where and When?

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We meet for worship at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday at Kaeo Nawarat Road, Soi 2/2.  See map below for details and directions.  (Click on the maps to get an interactive google map.)

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Our worship centres around the Eucharist, or Holy Communion, and all are welcome to participate and receive.   All are warmly invited to join us in this time of fellowship, too. Please register at the bottom of the page if you would like to receive our news by email and notification of other services and special events!


Directions to our Building

From the West / Central Chiang Mai cross the Ping River on the bridge just south of the American Consulate.  Continue down the Kaeo Nawarat Road crossing the Chiang Mai-Lamphun Road.  Pass the first entrance to Prince Royal College on the left and go under the footbridge.  Immediately turn right next to the old EFL Language School.  Go down Soi 2, and take the first turning on the right into Soi 2/1.  Follow the road round and you will find us on the corner!

From the East / Superhighway: leave the Superhighway at the Central Festival shopping mall junction along the Kaeo Nawarat Road towards the centre of Chiang Mai.  After about 500m you will pass Dara Academy and McCormick Hospital on your left. Carry straight on, passing Prince Royal’s College on your right.  Turn left into Soi 2 by the old EFL Language School, just before the footbridge.  (This is the second footbridge across the road.)  Go down Soi 2, and take the first turning on the right into Soi 2/1. Follow the road round and you will find us on the corner!


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6 responses to “Where and When?

  1. Is there an English service on Christmas Day. I’m a Methodist Lay Preacher on holiday arriving on the 8th December and really want to attend a service at Christmas

  2. Yes, we have a 11:00 a.m. service on Christmas Day, and a 11:30 p.m. service on Christmas Eve.

  3. Lucy Coombs

    I have lived here in Chiang Mai for abt 12 years – been away from the states since ’98. I still miss the Unitarian fellowships where I found som many good friends. For me the rabid Christians have given Christianity a bad name causing me to be suspicious of most who call themselves Christians. I would love to comfortably mingle with a group who have the same values as I do. I was brought up being an Episcopalian so am familiar with the service..Do the “sermons” center around religion or being human? I like the look of your church – perhaps I’ll give it try if I get the courage.

    • I guess our sermons do centre around “being human”, but we define religion as loving God and loving our neighbour as ourselves, so we preach on that a lot too! You would be very welcome to join us, we have people from all sorts of backgrounds, Unitarian included. I am sure if you pluck up the courage you will find a group of people who you will like and you can be a part of!

      Thanks, Rev. Iain Baxter

  4. G’day, Aussie in Chiangmai here – will the Christmas Eve Mass be held in the same location (as posted above, just off the Kaew Narawat Road) this year (2018)?

    Im not a particularly religous person, but a little spiritual enrichment and to witness good will to all men would be nice 🙂

    Im sure my late Grandparents would approve 🙏

    Thank you Kindly Rev Iain.. from another Iain.

    Iain. C.

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