Christ Church Bangkok

Christmas 2014 

Welcome to Christ Church! 

Whether you are a visitor from the local community, a new resident from abroad or just passing through Bangkok - whatever your age or background - you are warmly welcome.

A spiritual oasis of living water flowing into the community and out to the nations.

Church Church People

Christ Church is an English-speaking international church. We are a church of wonderful diversity, with people from many language groups, races and social backgrounds. We aim to offer a place to belong and we hope that you will be able to find a spiritual home with us and grow in Christian faith. You will be warmly welcome. If this is your first visit, then please read more About Us

For the latest Church Notice Sheet, please download this pdf

 Advent Family Devotions - Daily readings for the Advent period.

Ineke has compiled an Advent Reflection for Families booklet for us to use this advent season. It is based on the symbols and story of the "Jesse Tree" and the ancestors of Jesus. The reflections and articles are contributed by members of Christ Church, present and past. There is a reading, reflection and prayer for each day of Advent. You can be creative and make a Jesse Tree. Instructions are included in the booklet. You can download a copy from the website or you can email for a copy. A limited number of copies will be printed if that is your only option.Wishing you a blessed Christmas.

- For the Jesse Tree daily readings please download this pdf.

  Christ Church Thai Congregation

Christ Church is a parish in the Anglican Church in Thailand and we also have a Thai-language congregation who have their own website telling of their ministry. To visit the Thai congregation at Christ Church click here.




Latest Sermon (14th Dec)The Love of Goddownload listen Latest Church Notice Sheet

Sunday Worship

7:30 a.m. - This is a traditional service based on an Anglican liturgy and normally Holy Communion. There is fellowship afterwards over breakfast in the church hall.

10:00 a.m. - The widest cross section of our church family makes up the 10 o'clock congregation. This is normally a communion service but can sometimes be an all-age family worship or morning worship. Children and youth groups are run at the same time as this service, making it popular with families. You are invited to stay on after the service for tea/coffee and lunch in the church hall.