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Christianity was first introduced to Thailand by European missionaries. It represents 1.2% of the national population, which is predominantly Buddhist. Christians are numerically and organizationally concentrated more heavily in the North, where they make up an estimated 10% of some lowland districts (e.g., Chomtong, Chiang Mai) and up to very high percents in tribal districts (e.g., Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son).
The Church of Christ in Thailand (CCT) is governed by the “Constitution of Church of Christ in Thailand (1998)” which is the supreme governing document of the denomination. The governing structure and management is divided into three levels which are the General Assembly of the Church of Christ in Thailand, regional churches, and local churches.
At present, there are more than 1000 churches, church plants and preaching points, and approximately 160,000 members (2011 statistics).
Thailand Filming Permit process for filming in churches.
Filming in Churches
Filming in churches usually require a Film Permit. This can only be obtained after receiving a Film Office Film Permit. see details here: Obtaining Film Location Permits
The Permit Process
We have provided a detailed step-by-step guide on the film permit process here. Obtaining Film Location Permits
The Central Plains
The East Coast
The Northeast: Isaan
The Deep South