Historical tour to the Hong Kong Cemetery
25 Oct, 2021
The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives organized a tour of the history of the Hong Kong Cemetery last Saturday, 23th October, which was attended by about 20 people.
The Book Launch of Hong Kong’s Last English Bishop: The Life and Times of John Gilbert Hindley Bake
18 Oct, 2021
The book launch of ‘The Last British Bishop of Hong Kong: The Life and Times of Bishop John Barker’ was successfully held on the morning of 16 October.
Please join us ! The Book Launch of ‘Hong Kong’s Last English Bishop'
12 Oct, 2021
16 October 2021 (Saturday) Bishop’s House
[New Book Release] Hong Kong’s Last English Bishop: The Life and Times of John Gilbert Hindley Baker
07 Oct, 2021
Author: Philip L. Wickeri
Series: Sheng Kung Hui: Historical Studies of Anglican Christianity in China
Visit of Hong Kong Methodist Church Archives Committee
27 Sep, 2021
The HKSKH archives hosted a visit by 11 members of the Hong Kong Methodist Church HKMC Archives Committee on September 24.
The Archbishop Emeritus Peter Kwong Kong-Kit shared the history of Bishop's House
21 Sep, 2021
The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives is doing research on the architecture of Bishop’s house during Bishop Ronald Owen Hall’s services (1932-1966).
The Historical Tour to the Hong Kong Cemetery are full
17 Sep, 2021
Due to an overwhelming response, the Historical Tour to the Hong Kong Cemetery are full and registration is now closed. Thank you for your support!
Historical tour to the Hong Kong Cemetery
16 Sep, 2021 to 23 Oct, 2021
The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives is going to organize a historical tour to the Hong Kong Cemetery in the morning of 23 October 2021 (Saturday).
[Article Sharing] Zhuo Xinping: A Study of the History of the Anglican-Episcopal Church in China
27 Aug, 2021
This paper was presented at the symposium "Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future, Anglican-Episcopal History in China and its Impact on the Church Today" in Hong Kong in 2012
HKSKH Archives visited the Tung Lin Kok Yuen Archives
25 Aug, 2021
The staff and interns of the HKSKH Archives visited the Tung Lin Kok Yuen Archives on 19th August.
Season 2- In search of pipe organs in Hong Kong and their communities St.Paul’s Church Series
24 Aug, 2021
Concerto da Camera presents Season 2- In search of pipe organs in Hong Kong and their communities St.Paul’s Church Series
A Conservation Workshop for our interns
17 Aug, 2021
The HKSKH Archives conducted a two-day workshop to acquaint our summer interns with record preservation and conservation on 6th and 11th August.
The article 'Comparison of Two Chinese Prayer Books (1872 and 1879)' is now available on our website
16 Aug, 2021
Online Resources > The Prayer Book in the History of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui > Comparison of Two Chinese Prayer Books (1872 and 1879)
Visitors from SKH St. Matthias’ Church
13 Aug, 2021
On 10th August 2021 morning, The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives was happy to welcome Visitors from SKH St. Matthias’ Church.
Visitors from Chung Chi College
28 Jul, 2021
On 26th July 2021 morning, the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives was pleased to welcome professors, alumni and students from Chung Chi College.
Replica of the “St. Paul’s College” Stone Signage
26 Jul, 2021
On 22nd and 23rd July, Dr. Karen Wai-Yin Fong and the staff of St. Paul’s College visited Bishop’s House for making a replica of the “St. Paul’s College” Stone signage.
Principals and teachers of Diocese of Eastern Kowloon visited HKSKH Archives
16 Jul, 2021
The HKSKH Archives was happy to welcome school principals and religion teachers from schools in the Diocese of Eastern Kowloon to our Archives.
HKSKH Archives visited St. Paul’s College and St. Stephen’s Church
02 Jul, 2021
The HKSKH Archives arranged a tour to St. Paul’s College and St. Stephen’s Church on June 30 afternoon.
Visitors from Queen Elizabeth School
29 Jun, 2021
Mr. Hung Ka Ming, the History Panel head of Queen Elizabeth School and his students visited our Archives on 25th May and 29th June.
The HKSKH Archives visited HKSKH All Saints' Cathedral
25 Jun, 2021
The staff and interns of the HKSKH Archives visited All Saints' Cathedral on 24 June.