We gather for worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30 and 11:00am from Hong Kong and every other continent on earth. We represent a variety of languages and cultures, but English is the language we use for worship. The Holy Spirit unites our hearts and minds as we hear the scriptures read and proclaimed and we lift our voices in praise of God. We hope you’ll join us for a wide range of worship experiences spanning the Christian tradition throughout the ages.
Youth and Children’s Ministry – 11:00am in English
Children’s Program for toddlers through 11 years
Youth program for secondary students – CIA (Christians in Action)
Holy Communion is celebrated in all our services once a month and at 9:30 each Sunday.
The Methodist tradition is that all who love the Lord Jesus and earnestly seek to follow him are welcome to receive the bread and the wine. Our practice is that we normally come forward to receive the elements. There is always opportunity to benefit from prayer at the conclusion of our services and often people take advantage of this after a Communion service.
Different denominations have differing titles for this shared meal of bread and wine: The Lord’s Supper, Breaking of Bread, Eucharist (meaning Thanksgiving) and each gives us an insight into why we gather regularly to have communion together.
All who are seeking to follow Jesus are welcome to share this meal with us.
Baptism marks entry into the one Church of Jesus Christ of which the Methodist Church is part. Baptism is a public sign of commitment to Jesus as Lord and Saviour and to God’s people, the Church.
Christian Baptism is administered with water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
- The love of God for all people, displayed supremely in the self-giving of Jesus Christ
- That Jesus Christ has offers us forgiveness of sins, the filling of the Holy Spirit, and the resurrection to new life.
- The real desire to show the ‘fruit of repentance’ by the way we live.
- The commitment of a person to serve Christ in the Church and the world and to grow in faith as a Christian
All enquiries about baptism should be referred to the Pastors.
In addition to the weekly gathering of our community for Sunday worship, we gather for special Praise and Prayer services. During Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter, our worship focuses our hearts and minds on the particular season of the church year.