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For Catholic Services in Bali

While in Bali, you can join Protestant services in English at the following locations:

Protestant Services

International Service Bali (ISB)

Mobile +6281239018301
Email [email protected]

Pastor Steve Lunn

Whether you’re a Christian that is moving to Bali and looking for a home church, or you're curious about Christianity and are looking for the right environment to learn about the Christian faith, ISB is great for you.

Our English worship services are on Saturdays at 5:00pm and Sundays at 10:30am. Location: Seminyak, The Trans Resort (at the top of Jl Sunset Road). Bring a friend.


Christian City Church Bali (C3 Church)

Jalan Raya Puputan 108, 2nd floor
Renon, Denpasar, Bali (Opposite Renon Central Post Office)
Pastors Wayan & Gayle Dwije
Tel. (0361) 237 611
Mobile 0818-567802
Email [email protected]

Sunday church service at 9:00 am. Access to the roads in Renon on Sunday mornings is restricted, so please see the website for instructions on which gate to come through to gain access.

Youth programs catering for different age groups throughout the week as well as other activities. Unlimited Youth - 7pm every Friday night. Change - for young professionals every Tuesday night at 7:30pm. Connect Groups - meeting at various locations throughout the week in both English and Indonesian languages. (2/2014)

Christian Worship Service - Nusa Dua

Bambang Suryono Tel. 776-212, 0812-3980522

Gateway Community Church - Sanur

Patrisia Hotel - meeting room
Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 41
Padang Galak, Sanur
Tel. +62 0898-7905751
Email [email protected]

Worship Services: Sunday Morning, 10.00 am. Sunday School is held during the morning service.
For information regarding programs for youth, pre teens and children please contact us! (7/2016)

GBI Rock

Jalan Nakula No. 77
Legian, Kuta, Bali
Tel. (0361) 926-5399, 410-248
Email [email protected]
Pastor Ruland Letedara

The English service is held every Sunday at 10:00am.

International Christian Community (ICC)

IC Center Bali
Mal Bali Galeria, 4th floor of the parking building
Denpasar, Bali 80361
Tel. 081 547 122 962, 0878 3210 0150 (Pastor Don Butera)
Email [email protected]

For more information

International Christian Worship

Jl. Kurusetra, Kampial, Buala Nusa Dua
Contact Ketut Sion Tel. 776-807
Protestant Christian Church in Bali

Kuta International Christian Church

We are an interdenominational church with a mix of locals and foreigners.  The congregation is made up of English speaking Indonesians, expats and tourists from just about every corner of the world.

Our pastors are Pastor Brian and Carol Dewey. Worship is a great mix of contemporary and traditional, and the service has a unique atmosphere due to the mix of people and the setting which is a traditional Balinese church.

Our Sunday service starts at 10:30am and finishes about 12pm with coffee and fellowship afterwards. Please come and join us as we are renowned as a very welcoming church.

Getting there is easy. Where Jalan Legian becomes a one way street, head south towards Kuta about 200 metres. On the right look for 'Mama's' restaurant and almost straight after there is a small lane that crosses Jalan Legian. Turn left into the lane (Jalan Patimura) and go about 300 metres, the church is on the left.

Contact Details
Merriyes (Church co-ordinator): 0817 976 5673. Merri speaks both Indonesian and English.
[email protected]
Address: Jalan Patimura, Legian

Updated 7/6/2016

Maranantha Church

Jl. Surapati, Denpasar. Services 9:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m. Sunday

Nusa Dua Church

Bukit Doa, Komplex Puja Mandala (Hill of Prayer) religious worship complex, Nusa Dua. The church is very lovely and also utilizes Balinese architecture and setting. Services 10:00 a.m. Sunday

Catholic Services

While in Bali, you can join Catholic services in English at the following locations:

St. Joseph Church
Jl. Kepundung, Denpasar
English Mass held at 6:00pm on Sundays

St Francis Xavier Church (in front of Lippo Mall)
Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban Kuta.
English mass: Saturdays 6:00pm and Sundays 8:00am
Indonesian mass: daily at 6:00am

Mary, Mother of All Nations Church
Bukit Kampial, Nusa Dua. English mass: Sundays 8:30 am

Santa Maria Ratu Rosario Church
Jl. Mulawarman No. 92
Tedung, Gianyar
Tel. +62 21 7208640
Father Yohanes Handriyanto, Priest Tel. (0361) 094-3457 cell phone (0818) 3648040 or contact Henry Soegiarto at Bali Renal Center phone (0361) 979-344. Mass is held in Indonesian each Sunday at 8:00am.

Partially updated January 21, 2019

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