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Bangkok Expat "Club" or Bangkok Expat "Association" or whatever. I sincerely hope that both organizations will keep the pimps or anyone associated to the nighlife scene and pimping of poor Isaan girls; owners of disgusting websites like stickmanbangkok and nanaplaza who openly encourage/support the flesh trade, bar owners etc OUT !!!

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Some Alternative Expat Clubs in Bangers:

Somewhere theres a place for everyone.....but as Groucho once said....MPR...

Social Life and Churches

National Organizations & Institutions Women's Clubs  Churches

Fraternal, Professional Clubs  Cultural Clubs    

Thailand has been tolerant in religious matters for hundreds of years, and there were practically no limitations on non-Buddhist churches in times when in other parts of the world those not conforming to a national religion have been vigorously persecuted.

Most Christian denominations and sects have churches in Bangkok, some for hundreds of years. Some sects, such as the Mormons and the Moonies, try hard to win Thai converts.

Christian Churches

Assumption Cathedral

23 Oriental Lane

Tel 234-8556

Long estanblished Catholic church, Sunday English sermon at 10:00

Bangkok Chinese Church

1325 Rama IV Road

Tel 215-4529

Seventh Day Adventist, Saturday worship 9:00-11:30

Bangkok Ekamai Church

57 Soi Charoenchai, Ekamai Road

Tel 391-3593

Seventh Day Adventist, Saturday English Sabbath school at 9:30, worship at 10:45, Wednesday prayer meeting at 19:30, Friday vesper at 19:30

Christ Church

11 Convent Road, Tel 234-3634

Anglican and Episcopalian; Sunday English service at 8:00, 10:00 and 18:00; church activists visit prisons, hospitals, orphanages and other places where they find people in need of help. The vicar is chaplain to the British Embassy and responsible for Anglican affairs not only in Thailand but also in Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia.

Calvary Baptist Church

88 Sukhumvit Soi 2, Tel 251-8278

Though Baptist by name, the church claims to be interdenominational; Sunday school at 9:00, Sunday English service at 10:15 and 19:00

Evangelical Church

Soi 10, Sukhumvit Road, Tel 251-9539

sermons from pastor Fred Henry

Fellowship Baptist Church

2172/146 Soi 26, Phahonyothin Road

Tel 579-8764, 526-2482

This church is sponsored by the Philippine Association of Baptists for World Evangelism and Baptist Missions

Foreign Mission of Paris

254 Silom Rd, between Soi 18 and Soi 20

Tel 234-1714

Catholic; weekday French masses at 7:30 and 11:00, Sunday French masses at 7:30 and 10:30

German Speaking Protestant Church

Tel 286-2002 (pastor’s residence).

Services Sunday 10:30 at the chapel of the St. Louis Hospital (215 Sathorn Tai Road).

Holy Redeemer Church

123/19 Soi Ruam Rudee

(off Wireless Rd, behind US Embassy)

Tel 253-0305

Catholic; weekday English masses at 7:00, 8:00 and 17:30; Sunday English sermon at 8:30, 9:45, 11:00 and 17:30

church of Redemptorist fathers, mostly Irish; the church is mainly frequented by Europeans and Americans, as well as a few Filipinos

International Church

67 Soi 19, Sukhumvit Road

Office: 73 Soi 19, Sukhumvit Road

Tel 253-3353

Pastor’s residence Tel 253-2205.

Interdenominational congregation of the Church of Christ; Sunday English mass at 8:00

Saint John

Hayaek Ladprao, Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd

Tel 513-4286

Catholic; Sunday English mass at 10:00

Seventh Day Adventist Church

Soi 17, Sukhumvit Road, Tel 3913593

Ext 56 (church), Ext 54 (pastor)

Also responsible for the Bangkok Adventist Hospital (430 Phitsanulok Road, Tel 282-1100).

Other Religions

Harmon Mosque

New Road, near General Post Office

Friday Kootbah hours 12:15-13:15

Jam at 13:00

Drool Aman Mosque

Petchburi Road, near Rajtevi Intersect.

Friday Kootbah hours 12:15-13:15

Jam at 13:00

Jewish Association of Thailand

121/3 Soi 22, Sukhumvit Road

Tel 2582195

services Friday 18:30, Hebrew school Friday 15:30

:cool:  ::o:

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As someone else said in response to one of your posts:

Is that all !!!!

How do you do it?


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