St George’s Pattaya is Asia’s first Inclusive Church Network member, offering spiritual sanctuary and social impact. Guided by Pattaya Mission, we focus on community. Join us in making a difference.
Since 2005, St George’s Pattaya has been a hub for inclusive worship and community aid. Recent milestones include new ordinations and a Daughter congregation in Bangkok.
St George’s Pattaya combines Anglican, Affirming-Anglo-Catholic traditions to create an inclusive, socially-responsive faith community. As Asia’s first member of the Inclusive Church Network, we’re a beacon for liturgical richness and community impact. Join our diverse spiritual journey.
Contribute To Our Work
Any gift to us fulfils four distinctly positive functions.
First, it enables us to Glorify His name. Next, it assists Children who benefit from the wonderful and worthy work of the Father Ray Foundation. Then, it enables us to expand our Healthcare Equipment Lending Scheme. Finally, to support and assist the essential works of MERCY who help so many in our community. Finally, we need funds to further develop our own Ministry work in the community particularly in the areas of Welfare (Housing, Health, Education & Employment).
Where we meet:
Mahatai Redemptorist Chapel
Within the Father Ray Compound, down the road from Index
Bang Lamung District,
Chon Buri 20150
Meet the Team
St George’s always professed to be ‘Open and Affirming’ to all by way of its Anglo-Affirming-Catholic Theology.
Fr. Theo Lewis arguably did more than anyone in Asia to drive this value further to fling the doors open without let or hindrance to any who might enter during his incumbency.
At the time, St George’s was the only church in Asia to adopt this ‘Gold Standard’ for demonstrating to those in the LGBTQAI+ community that the church is as much their church as anyone elses.
As stated elsewhere on this site, St George’s always professed to be ‘Open and Affirming’ to all through its Anglo-Affirming-Catholic Theology.
As such, we encourage new LGBTQAI+ congregation members to ask us the questions contained within the Toolkit.