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Diocese of Western Kowloon


Diocese of Western Kowloon

Diocese of Western Kowloon
Ecclesiastical province Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
Parishes 11
Churches 11
Established 18 October 1998
Cathedral All Saints' Cathedral

The Diocese of Western Kowloon (Chinese: 香港聖公會西九龍教區) is one of the three dioceses in Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui (Anglican Church in Hong Kong). The Diocese comprises[1] the following districts: Yuen Long, Tuen Mun, Tsuen Wan (North), Kwai Tsing, Sham Shui Po and Yau Tsim Mong. Its cathedral is All Saints' Cathedral and the bishop of the Diocese of Western Kowloon is Andrew Chan Au Ming.

General information

Date of establishment 18 October 1998
Diocesan Bishop The Right Reverend, Andrew Chan Au Ming
Diocesan Bishop emeritus The Right Reverend, Thomas Soo
Diocesan General Secretary The Reverend, Jonathan CHEE
Diocesan Office 11 Pak Po Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

List of Bishops

  • The Right Reverend, Thomas Yee-po Soo (1998–2012)
  • The Right Reverend, Andrew Chan (2012–)

Parishes and Mission Churches

The Diocese contains the following parishes and mission churches:

  • All Saints' Cathedral (諸聖座堂)
  • Church of the Divine Love (主愛堂)
  • Crown of Thorns' Church (荊冕堂)
  • Kei Oi Church (基愛堂)
  • St. Andrew's Church (聖安德烈堂)
  • St. Joseph's Church (聖約瑟堂)
  • St. Matthias' Church (聖馬提亞堂)
  • St. Peter's Church, Castle Peak (青山聖彼得堂)
  • St. Philips' Church (聖腓力堂)
  • St. Thomas' Church (聖多馬堂)
  • The Church of the Epiphany (基督顯現堂)
  • The Church of Shalom (聖安堂)

Education institutions

See also

Christianity in China portal
Anglicanism portal


External links

  • Official Site

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