We are a friendly, English speaking, interdenominational church, established in Hong Kong since 1844 and our mission is "making mature followers in all nations for Jesus Christ through our united lifestyle, witness and mission". If you join us in any of our Worship Services or other activities, we hope that you will sense something of God’s presence and also something of the love and friendship of God’s people here.
Our Acts@22A newsletter provides an update on all that is going on at Union Church - stories, questions and answers from Union Church leaders, and upcoming events.
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Growth often occurs through two types of relationships: the divine and the human. Providing people an opportunity to explore and navigate a personal relationship with God is important at Union Church. We also strive to provide opportunities for people to connect through community.
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We are all uniquely gifted
"The body of Christ is made up of many parts; and though all its parts are many, they form one body." 1 Corinthians 12
Each person is uniquely gifted with spiritual gifts and has a role to play in building up the body of Christ. At Union Church we encourage you to discover your gifts and find a meaningful place for service.
In Wednesday’s Summer Psalms class someone shared a word: ”Magnificant.” He said a friend put together two words: “magnificent” and “significant.” It calls to mind, Mary’s Magnificat (Latin for...
We care for one another
It has been said that, “Life is complicated and not for the timid.” The journey of life can be messy and challenging, fortunately we don’t need to walk the road of life alone. Good news, Christ is with us and He has given us people who can play a significant role of what the Bible calls “One-Anothering.” We are to love one another, serve one another, help one another, forgive one another, encourage one another and the list goes on. There is no place for individualism but rather as a community we are to care for one another.