This presentation will introduce theory, methodology, technology, data and online tools for spatial study of religion and society. It will discuss the theory of spatial ecology, the methodology of spatial statistics, the technology for spatial data analysis. It will introduce the spatial explorer of religion distributed by the University of Michigan China Data Center. The paper will demonstrate how space-time data of different formats and sources can be integrated, visualized, analyzed and reported in a web based spatial system. In addition, focusing on religious market, population and regional development, disaster assessment, and environment and health, several spatial applications and implications on China and global studies will be discussed.