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

Mar 29
On this Day in History

This Day in History 29 March 1850 Bishop George Smith and his wife Lydia together with a group of missionaries from the Church Missionary Society arrived this day in Hong Kong, which was Good Friday. They were received at the pier by Colonial Chaplain Vincent Stanton and Mrs. Stanton. Bishop Smith preached his first sermon at St. John’s Cathedral on Easter Day, 31 March, 1850.

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Latest News and Events

Open Day Welcomes More than 300 Visitors
02 Apr, 2019  

The HKSKH Archives welcomed more than 300 visitors to Bishop’s House this past Saturday. The theme was “Education for a Better Society: Historical Contributions of HKSKH Schools.”

Archives Open Day 2019, 30th March, 2019 (Saturday) 10:00a.m.– 4:00p.m.
30 Mar, 2019  

“Education for A Better Society : Historical Contributions of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Schools”

New Acquisition in Archives
06 Mar, 2019  

Church Review, Stanley July 1942

HKSKH Archives staff visit Roman Catholic Archives in Macau
15 Feb, 2019  

The staff of the HKSKH Archives visited Macau on 15 February at the invitation of the Roman Chanceler of the Diocese, and Mr. Benedict Keith Yip, Secretary to the Bishop of Macau.

Annual Newsletter 2018
17 Dec, 2018  

Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Annual Newsletter 2018 has been issued. Please browse the section under Publication for further information.

Mar 29
On this Day in History

This Day in History 29 March 1850 Bishop George Smith and his wife Lydia together with a group of missionaries from the Church Missionary Society arrived this day in Hong Kong, which was Good Friday. They were received at the pier by Colonial Chaplain Vincent Stanton and Mrs. Stanton. Bishop Smith preached his first sermon at St. John’s Cathedral on Easter Day, 31 March, 1850.

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