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The "where can I find?" religion directory

Re: The "where can I find?" religion directory

Postby Rabbi » 31 Jul 2011, 16:07

Please update the Judaizm section at the first post.


Dear Friends,

With joy and gratitude to the Almighty, we are pleased to announce the opening of the Taipei Jewish Center.

Taiwan enjoys a Jewish population of approximately 250 and is visited by thousands more throughout the year.
Now, Jewish residents and visitors to Taiwan can enjoy SHABBAT and HOLIDAY programs and services including festive meals and camaraderie, EDUCATIONAL programs for all ages, and a KOSHER FOOD SERVICE (hot delicious meals available for delivery to your hotel or office.)

Our new center is conveniently located in the heart of Taipei City, in the rapidly developing Xinyi area and in short walking distance to the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Taipei 101, and the new W Taipei Hotel.

Our exact address is undersigned.

Please share this wonderful news with your family and friends who reside in or travel to Taiwan.

We look forward to greeting you soon.
Wishing you an enjoyable and healthy summer,

Rabbi Shlomi, Racheli, Mushi & Mendi Tabib.

Taipei Jewish Center

2/F No. 8, Lane 180, Songde Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City 110, Taiwan
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Re: The "where can I find?" religion directory

Postby thirdstring » 11 Jun 2012, 01:55

For anyone looking for a bi-lingual (English & Chinese) church in Taichung, Grace International Church meets Sunday afternoons at Grace Chapel in Taichung Park.
More info here: or message me.
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Re: The "where can I find?" religion directory

Postby manila » 02 Nov 2012, 11:06

There's a new English Catholic service at the Assumption Church (69 Tzuyu St., Yonghe, Taipei Hsien (Xian) [234]) near Yong'an Market MRT station (Yonghe area). It started this September only. It's not yet listed in the website because I think it's still on a trial basis. The mass is at 11:00 am on Sundays. Volunteers can come earlier at 10:30am to practice with the choir or schedule reading assignments.

Name of Church: Assumption Church
Where: Yong'an Market MRT (from exit, turn right and walk to the market, church is beside the market)
When: 11:00am, Sundays
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Re: The "where can I find?" religion directory

Postby marasan » 24 Dec 2012, 10:54

Does anybody know which Christian churches provide a bilingual service? Can anyone recommend one? My wife and I find that this works out best for us.
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Re: The "where can I find?" religion directory

Postby texpat » 20 Jun 2013, 05:23

Grace Church in Tianmu is a great non-denominational church with an English service. Service begins at 9 a.m. on Sundays.

Address: 161 Mingde Road, B2 [Taipei]
Phone: (02) 2822-4466 Service
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