Tokyo International SDA Church, or more commonly known as TIC, grew out of the need for foreign nationals in Tokyo to meet and worship in English over 20 years ago. The church has grown to support a weekly attendance of 150 people coming from diverse countries around the globe, such as the Philippines, USA, Ghana, and many more. We also have many Japanese members who like to be apart of our strong fellowship.

We are a spirited church which seeks to worship the Lord in holiness, and to reach out and share His word with other English speakers in Japan.

TIC has become known for being a sanctuary for Christ in the heart of a tourist and fashion district; a church on Church Ave juxtaposed next to modern shopping malls.

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Weekly Activities

Sabbath SchoolSaturdays 9:00 - 10:15Social Hall (1F)
Divine ServiceSaturdays 10:30 - 12:00Social Hall (1F)
Prayer MeetingSaturdays 13:15 - 13:45Seminar Room (B1)
English Bible StudySaturdays 13:45 - 14:45Seminar Room (B1)
Tagalog Bible StudySaturdays 13:45 - 14:45Foyer (B1)
Afternoon ProgramSaturdays 15:00 - 16:00Seminar/Social Hall
Children's Afternoon ProgramSaturdays 13:30 - 15:00Class Room (B1)
Midweek ConnectionWednesdays 19:00 - 20:00Class Room (B1)

All services are in English unless otherwise specified

  Hope in a time of  Hopelessness

“The Holy Spirit is doing something extraordinary in Japan, bringing people to the church and convicting them,” he said. “We need to pray for the latter rain of the Holy Spirit so countries like Japan and many others become completely inundated with the Advent message.”

A little innovation by church members has also drawn visitors into evangelistic meetings. People have walked into Tokyo Central Seventh-day Adventist International Church after seeing a live-stream of the meetings on a street-side television outside the building.


 Mindoro

 

for   Christ

Pictured here is a TIC church member conducting an alter call, one of 19 lay-members who traveled from Japan to take part in the Mindoro for Christ evangelistic crusade.