All Saints Anglican Church
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All Saints Anglican Church has two church sites in Jakarta - in Menteng and Pondok Indah.
Vicar in Menteng: Ian Hadfield
All Saints is an Anglican (Episcopalian/Protestant) church catering for members of the English speaking community in Jakarta. We meet on Sundays for worship in English and during the week hold meetings for young people and adults. The Church is served by a full time Vicar and full time Associate Minister. Anyone (of any nationality and from any church background - or none) is welcome to join us on Sundays.
Sunday services at Menteng are held at 7:30 a.m. (Holy Communion) and 9:00 a.m. (Holy Communion or Morning Prayer). Sunday School operates in school term time. A nursery/crèche room is available during service. Everyone is welcome.
Services in South Jakarta are held at the Don Bosco School on Jl. Duta Indah in Pondok Indah. Sundays at 10:30 a.m (Holy Communion 4th Sunday). Sunday school operates during the Sunday service. A nursery/crèche room is available during service. Everyone is welcome.
Up to date information is available on the All Saints website: www.allsaintsjakarta.org
Sunday School is available for young people (ages 0-3, 3-12, 12-15), as well as evening bible study home groups, daytime women's bible study groups, prayer groups, regular men's breakfasts, and women's breakfasts, youth groups, after school groups for children, family potluck meals, involvement with Indonesian churches, pastoral care and counselling.
All Saints also runs a variety of midweek activities for English speaking children who want to learn more about Christianity or about following Jesus Christ as a young Christian in Jakarta. We have after-school clubs, Bible studies and social activities throughout the year.
Courses offered from time to time are the Alpha program, the Marriage Course and Christianity Explored.
An Outreach Project scheme allows Members’ involvement and support financially, prayerfully and often voluntary time to more than 20 Christian projects across Indonesia.
All Saints, the oldest English-speaking place of worship in Indonesia, was founded in 1819 by a missionary wanting to hold services for the English-speaking community. The church officially became All Saints in 1950 and is served by a vicar, associate minister and church council. It is completely self supporting.
Last updated July 22, 2014
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