The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives was established in January 2010. Our website is designed to introduce you to our archival holdings and present materials and photographs which are relevant to the history of our church.

Archbishop Paul Kwong has observed,

  • Our church archives have been set up to help us learn from the past as we look to the future. As Anglicans, together in the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, we value tradition, and this includes our own tradition in Hong Kong, Macau and greater China. We hope that church members and scholars from home and abroad will make use of our archival holdings to better understand our history and experience.

We hope this website will be useful for church members and individual scholars, from Hong Kong, mainland China and around the world, and provide a better understanding of life and mission.

Philip L. Wickeri, Ph.D.,D.D.
Provincial Archivist
Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives

Sep 4
On this Day in History

Robert Morrison arrived in Macau on September 4, 1807, two-hundred and Twelve years ago. This was the beginning of the Protestant missionary movement in China. Morrison pioneered in translation work, and he produced one of the first complete translations of the Bible. He is buried in the Protestant Cemetery, just behind the Morrison Chapel.

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Latest News and Events

Book launch on 18th September, 2019
20 Sep, 2019  

On the evening of 18th September, Our Archives hosted the book launch of Thy Kingdom Come: A Photographic History of Anglicanism in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China.

Rev. Prof. Philip L.Wickeri attended CASS Forum
09 Sep, 2019  

The 2019 Religious Studies Forum, Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 6-8 September, Beijing.

New Acquisition
29 Aug, 2019  

The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives gratefully received an art portfolio named as “3 Dimensions Chinese Calligraphy & Paintings” from Mr. Peter Kan.

New Searchable Function for Online Resources on the HKSKH Archives Website
06 Aug, 2019  

The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives has recently added a new major function to the existing website to provide searchable online resources.

Visitors form Diocesan Girls' School
22 Jul, 2019  

The Headmistress, Mrs. Stella Lau, SBS, JP and school staff of the Diocesan Girls' School visited our Archives on 18 July.

Sep 4
On this Day in History

Robert Morrison arrived in Macau on September 4, 1807, two-hundred and Twelve years ago. This was the beginning of the Protestant missionary movement in China. Morrison pioneered in translation work, and he produced one of the first complete translations of the Bible. He is buried in the Protestant Cemetery, just behind the Morrison Chapel.

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