worship begins at 2 O'clock in the afternoon. It usually lasts
till 3:30 pm. We start with the singing of choruses of praise
prior to the main part of the worship. The service is conducted
in both Cantonese and Mandarin in the main. Chinese and English
are translated instantly and simultaneously via a wireless headphone system so that those
who listen to it may sit anywhere within the worship area.
Children have their own
Worship and Sunday School.
Youths also have their
School commencing from 11:15 till 12:30 pm. They will have time
for lunch before joining the main worship.
We have also a church choir which plays
an active and vital role in the worship. On every first Sunday
of a month, which coincides with the Holy Communion, there will
be singing by the choir. For this, the choir members work very
hard ever week after the Sunday service to practise singing.
After the service, the congregation is welcome to some
refreshments and participate in fellowship with one another or
stay for a social chat. If it is the first time you have come to
our church we welcome you to leave your contact details so that
we may keep in contact.
After the service, the
congregation is welcome to some refreshments and have fellowship with one another or stay for a social chat. If it is
the first time you have come to our church we welcome you to
leave your contact details so that we may keep in contact.
Since October 2011 we have provided choir training for children
twice every month,¡]2nd and 4th Sunday of a month) at 2:00 pm. If you have children
at home, why not bring them along.
From February 2012 there has been a Chinese English-speaking
service on every second and fourth Sunday, known as
International Service (currently called International
Congregation, IC)). But since June, 2015 this service has become
weekly. It takes place
concurrently with the existing Chinese-conducted service at 2:00
This is the result of wide consultation within the
congregation concerning whether English-speaking Chinese may
find it more beneficial to use the language familiar to themselves in
a spiritual sense. As the title suggests, International Service
aims also at attracting any English speaking ethnic minority groups
to join and participate. So far the attendance of
this service has been encouraging.