About All Saints Jakarta
All Saints Anglican Church Jakarta
All Saints’ is an Anglican (Protestant) Evangelical church catering for members of the English speaking community in Jakarta.
The Anglican Church traces its roots back through the Reformation of the Church of England to the church of Jesus and the Apostles. It is one of the Churches that were significantly changed by the Protestant Reformation in the 1500s.
In 2019 we will be holding a number of celebration services and events to commemorate our 200th Anniversary.
A Long History
Established in 1819, All Saints’ Church Jakarta is the oldest English-speaking institution in Indonesia.
First as a base for the London Missionary Society’s mission to China, then as a colonial chaplaincy and for the last seventy years as an international church, All Saints’ has both witnessed and participated in Indonesia’s colourful and turbulent history.
Rev. Andrew Lake, which has previously served All Saints’ Church Jakarta as Vicar, have written a memoir of its history, titled “Changes & Chances.” It is available to purchase or can also be accessed here.
Diocese of Singapore
As part of the Anglican Church, All Saints is a parish within the Diocese of Singapore. The Diocese and All Saints endorse the core statements of the GAFCON Jerusalem Statement (2008).
Rt. Revd. Rennis Poniah is the current Bishop of the Diocese of Singapore. This diocese is part of the Anglican Province of South-East Asia.
If you would like to know more, you can visit us during our Sunday services at Menteng or Pondok Indah, or get in touch with us using the following form: