Jon and Elise Fletcher

Klong Toey, Bangkok, Thailand


The Fletcher family joined UNOH Bangkok in October 2014 following a call to relocate and live alongside some of the poorest families in the City. Since then, they have been putting down roots in Klong Toey slum, learning the language and culture whilst making their home with over 100,000 people crammed into less than 2km squared. Life in this thriving community is always an adventure that is lived out by engaging with neighbours day to day.

Jon and Elise have encountered Jesus in the kindness of others here and long to see hearts transformed by the Gospel. They see spiritual awareness all around them, and desire for the heart of the Thai people to be released from the fear that drives their religion. Jon serves the team and neighbours with his medical skills, as well as doing general odd-jobs to make a practical difference. Elise helps to manage the Fair-trade jewellery project that provides work for some of their neighbours (

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