Looking for a church service time that works for you, whether it’s on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day? Most churches will be holding their traditional midnight mass and other services in Hong Kong via online platforms this year, with a variety of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services available to view from home. We’ve included a handful of them below.
If you’d like to share details of your congregation’s online services in Hong Kong, please email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Christmas to everyone!
#1 Anglican Christmas Services in Hong Kong
St Andrews Anglican Church
138 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | standrews.org.hk
The church will be holding a special online Christmas service on its website on 25 December.
#2 Evangelical Services
Island Evangelical Community Church
633 Kings Road, Quarry Bay | islandecc.hk
Join the church online here on 24 December, from 7pm.
18/F Sunlight Tower, 248 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai | unionchurchhk.org
Join the Union Church for a Blue Christmas service on Christmas Eve (5pm) and Christmas Day (10am). More information here.
#3 Catholic Christmas Services in Hong Kong
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
16 Caine Road, Mid-levels | cathedral.catholic.org.hk
The cathedral will be holding an online mass in English and Cantonese – the English services will be on 24 December at 8pm and 9.30am on 25 of December. More information here.
Christ the King Chapel
33 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay | catholic.org.hk
The chapel will be holding an online mass in English and Cantonese – the English services will be on 24 December at 8pm, and 9.30am on 25 December. More information here.
#4 Pentecostal Christmas Services
29 Burrows Street, Wan Chai | thevine.org.hk
Special Christmas Day online services will be held at 10am and 11.30am. More information here.
#5 Orthodox Christmas Services
Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia
704 Universal Trade Center, 3 Arbuthnot Road, Central | omhksea.org
The Divine Liturgy will be broadcast live on the “Saint Luke Orthodox Cathedral Hong Kong” Facebook page on 25 December.
Read more about Hong Kong in our Living in Hong Kong section.