Asia/Pacific

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The first Alliance missionaries arrived in Asia/Pacific in the late 1800s, bringing God’s Word to people previously untouched by the gospel. Pioneer missionary Robert A. Jaffray sailed for China in 1896. In 1911, he and two other missionaries entered Annam (now Vietnam), a part of French Indo-China, and established the first Protestant mission in the area.

Today, more than 40 million people worship in Alliance churches in nine countries throughout Asia Pacific, from the rugged plateaus of Mongolia to the congested streets of Bangkok. Thousands of C&MA churches in the area are engaged in evangelism, church planting, theological education, medical ministries, and relief and development work. From caring for orphans and AIDS patients to rescuing young girls from sex trafficking, Alliance workers and their national partners are sharing Christ’s love with people in desperate need throughout this vast region.

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Regional Office Information

Office Staff

photo Mary Westergren

  • 24 years of service

photo Steve Westergren

  • 24 years of service
Mailing Address:
PO Box 51, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai 50230, Thailand
Phone:
(719) 599-5999
Email:
apregion@cmalliance.org

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Alliance ministry in Asia and the Pacific region is primarily funded through the Great Commission Fund. Help fulfill Jesus’ Great Commission and make a gift to the GCF today.

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