Thought for the week

“I believe in the sun even if it isn’t shining. I believe in love even when I am alone.
I believe in God even when he is silent.”

source – Unknown

Holy week and Easter Services at Emmanuel Church – Pokfulam

Palm Sunday 17th April
10.15 am Palm Sunday Procession and Sung Eucharist

Maundy Thursday 21st April
8.00 pm Eucharist of the Upper Room with the washing of feet & watch

Good Friday 22nd April
10.15 am Good Friday Family Service

Easter Day 24th April
09.00 Holy Communion (said with Easter Hymns)
10.15 am Sung Eucharist & Easter Egg Hunt

Archbishop’s Appeal for the people of Japan

Archbishop Paul is appealing to the faithful to pray for Japan, the victims and the survivors in Japan, and to make generous donations in aid of them.  All donations will be given to the Nippon Sei Ko Kai (The Anglican Communion in Japan) for rebuilding victims’ homes.

Donation Methods

(1) By Direct Bank-in

Donations may be credited directly into “HKSKH Archbishop World Relief Fund” account at Bank of East Asia, Account No. 015-514-40-53009-3.

(2) By Crossed Cheques

Cheques from parishes and individual donors should be made payable to “HKSKH Archbishop World Relief Fund” and sent to HKSKH Province Office, 1 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong.

Thought for the Week

“There are three methods we may learn wisdom:

  • first by reflection, which is noblest;
  • second by imitation, which is easiest; and
  • third by experience, which is bitterest.”

source – Confucius


A special prayer for the people of Japan

following the earthquake and tsunami centred on Sendai that occurred on Friday 11 March 2011.

Prayer HandsO loving Creator,
bring healing and hope to our struggling brothers and sisters on earth.
We pray for all in Japan who grieve, suffer pain,
or whose homes have been destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami.
We remember those who have died and pray for those who mourn their deaths.
May your compassion, O God, calm troubled hearts and shelter anxious souls.
We dare to hope that through the generosity of the privileged,
the destitute might find warmth and life again,
and those who despair might glimpse hope.
We make our prayer through our Saviour Christ
who defeated death and reigns with you in glory.