(SCC Creative Space Coffee Shop)
Please note: The above reference is correct. The Student Christian Center is incorrectly positioned on Google Maps.
An online Zoom relay is also available. See log-in details below
The map here will help you find our
In-person morning service now held at this new location: Scroll down for more details
We will join together
& on Zoom
this Sunday –
29th May 2022
at 10.00 am
Christian Student Centre
& on Zoom
see below how to log-on
How to connect to on-line relay via Zoom (computer, tablet or smartphone)
Wherever you are in the world, you are welcome to join us online using the Zoom application in the same way as we have been doing since May 2021
this is the link via your browser: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85269401114… (tick “Always allow https://us02web…. to open Zoom”)
Or by using the Zoom App.
Meeting ID: 852 6940 1114
Please also see notes below
About ICB worship on Zoom:
Please log-in on time and allow a minute or two to connect.
You will be “muted” upon entering the zoom room. Please stay muted during the service.
Please be patient as we try to overcome any glitches with our technical set-up at Student Christian Centre. Newcomers/visitors online: You are warmly welcome to introduce yourselves via the Zoom “chat” feature.
Sunday, 29th May 2022
is delivered in-person & on zoom by our minister, Revd. Chee Keong Yong
Most readers would recognize this passage of John 17 to be the high priestly prayer of Jesus. The entire chapter is Jesus’ prayer for all that belongs to him that may be in unity. There is an earnestness of Jesus’ prayer for this to happen when he is gone.
Now that Jesus has departed from the world and sent us his Advocate to continue his work among all who follow Him, we need to continually assess the prayer of Jesus and its efficacy on those he prayed for. Is the prayer realized in the life of the church today?
We must admit that the forces of the world seem to work against this desperately. While attempts have been made through various worldwide church councils, it seems that we are up against insurmountable odds. There have been calls lately for the Russian Orthodox Church to be expelled from the World Council of Churches owing to the crisis in Ukraine. Elsewhere, churches are split along issues that have plagued humanity from abortion rights, sexual issues, gun control, etc.
Yet, it is unmistakable that Jesus did pray for the unity of all those given to him by the Father. If we do not see this prayer coming to reality despite great odds, we need to ask for reasons why.
1. Are we the people that Jesus prayed for?
2. Are we the people working against the prayer of Jesus (knowingly and/or unknowingly)?
3. Does Jesus’ prayer work?
4. How do we understand the content of Jesus’ prayer?
Come and let us explore this text from the Gospel reading this Sunday at church service. We encourage all to return to in-person service.
Join us this Sunday, to discover the path to following Jesus.
In-person Evening service continues on Sundays.Worship starts at 6.30pm.
at BCGH (Bangkok Christian Guesthouse) Please scroll down below for details
Please pray a) for those who have contracted Covid19, including those in our own congregation and their families. b) for the refugee families and other displaced persons residing in Bangkok, for their safety and well-being as well as positive progress in securing permanent resettlement solutions to their plight. c) for the people of Ukraine both in the country and refugees as well as those caught up in wars and conflicts in many other countries, including in neighbouring Myanmar. d) for the people in Yemen, Afghanistan, Mozambique and the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia and Somalia) who needlessly lack both food and medical supplies and are close to starvation. We pray that the recently agreed truce in fighting in both The Yemen and Ethiopia will transform into permanent endings of hostilities in those countries.
Sunday School will not meet for now.
For news, please keep an eye on the
ICB Sunday School Facebook Page
Covid Care and How to Get to
ICB Morning Services
(NOTES for in-person congregation)
At our new Location
SCC Creative Space Coffee Shop
Student Christian Center
328/1 Phyathai Road
A very short walking distance from BTS Ratchatewi. Click here for Google maps reference or follow the map near the top of this newsletter.
Please remember the COVID Code:
All are advised to follow social distancing to keep others safe. A temperature check is required. We have members who have been infected lately and we do not wish others to be infected. If you are not feeling well, please stay at home and join us on Zoom. For safety precautions, the ICB Council has advised against any form of fellowship events for the time being. Bottled water will be available.
If you plan to come in your own car:
It is best to enter Phayathai Road from the Patumwan intersection (at Discovery Center/MBK) and drive across Hua Chang (elephant head) Bridge, taking the left-most lane. Then, immediately over the bridge, turn left into the SCC/CCT compound just before Evergreen Place and Asia Hotel.
There are limited parking spaces (free) just inside the compound but if full, you can park in the CCT Tower Building at the back of this same compound (there maybe a small charge p/hr)
ICB Evening Service has resumed EVERY Sunday at
Bangkok Christian Guesthouse (BCGH).
Worship starts at 6.30pm. in the chapel
Join in-person (only) at Bangkok Christian Guesthouse, off Convent Road (BTS Saladaeng / MRT Silom stations). (There is limited free car parking space)
Please bring your friends
Below is a map of how to get to BCGH from BTS and MRT stations. Just a 5-8 min walk. Safe short-cut hint: from BTS concourse floor, enter Central Silom Complex and exit at the back of the store on the ground floor into Soi Saladaeng 2. Turn right and walk for 2 minutes. BCGH is on the left (before Convent Rd). (From MRT, take lift from the concourse up to skywalk level and walk to BTS station then turn left into Central Silom Complex using the same directions as from BTS.)
ICB Church Council invites all members of the congregation to read and review the draft of a new document entitled
We will let you know when we can organise a discussion about this document together.
Fellowship is essential for the wellbeing of any true community – but it’s not so easy when we cannot all meet personally face-to-face, and have no social events.
At ICB, we wish to develop new ways to extend Christian fellowship among all of us during 2022. We invite you to help with your ideas for such fellowship activities.
Contact Pastor Chee: firstname.lastname@example.org
ICB supports 8 ministries in Thailand. Our focus in 2022 is: Ascertaining Future Outreach Goals with a new policy, much prayer and your input as a church member. Building our partnerships with finances & prayer, visits & listening to their needs Creating a structure to more effectively help ICB love Bangkok. Developing Finances so we can do more. This could include a bigger Tree Angels campaign in 2022.
For more information, please contact Pastor Chee (email@example.com)
The ICB Outreach Committee welcomes new members to join our hardworking team to help ICB share the love of Jesus with Bangkok.
CHRISTIAN OUTREACH The International Church of Bangkok
partners with Christian ministries throughout Thailand to advance the work of Jesus.
5% of ICB’s yearly total income goes directly to the outreach partners. Members and friends are also encouraged to give directly through the Church account.
If you missed any of the recent sermons or would like to hear one or more again, recordings are available from Rev. Chee himself. Please let him know which Sunday(s) you are interested in and he will send you the link.
Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our minister, Pastor Chee, and members of the Church Council can be contacted as and when needed:
International Church of Bangkok (ICB)
Advancing the Work of Jesus!
ICB is an English language congregation, composed of native and non-native speakers. We are committed to welcoming people of all backgrounds to Christian worship for a diverse, inclusive and unifying faith experience.
We seek to advance the work of Jesus Christ by promoting and supporting spiritual growth, community and service to others.
ICB has a specific policy on “Diversity, Inclusiveness & Unity” recently adopted at our annual congregational meeting. You can download the file here (click).
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