Memorial Garden


In Pattaya, the ex-pat community is predominantly made up of retirement-age people.

As a result, the pastoral work of Pattaya Mission generally engages elderly people and in most cases, those people are living with terminal conditions.

We accompany parishioners in their last weeks and months of life, we support friends, loved ones and partners leading up to and immediately after our beneficiary’s death and speak about a range of topics during those times.

More often than not, parishioners who have died have no option but their cremated remains to be scattered in the sea, and there is no generally accepted place fore reflection and remembrance in Pattaya.

Every year the city grows with more ex=pat retirees coming to the city and every year more names are listed on the church ‘In Memoriam’ page..


Pattaya Mission proposes to have a landscaped space dedicated to remembrance.

A place where a wall might be built with memorial bricks registering the names and dates of those ex-pats who have died.

A tranquil space with benches where folks can come and think about their friends and loved ones who are no longer with us.

It will also be a space where ashes can be interred.

How You Can Help

We are looking for a small piece of land, where we might, with the assistance of volunteers, make our dream into a reality.

It will be somewhere that can be described a peaceful, beautiful, and healing.

If you have a piece of land in or near Pattaya you would be willing to let us create our garden, we would like to hear from you.

If you would like to donate to our cause to help us buy a piece of land, that also helps us enormously.