Hong Kong

Status: 
Emerging Group
Congregations: 

Unitarian Universalists Hong Kong (UUHK) is the first Unitarian Universalist community in Hong Kong. Unitarian Universalism (UU) is a non-creedal liberal religion for all faiths. Free from doctrinal constraints, our community encourages exploration of world religions, spiritualities, and life philosophies.

 

Unitarian Universalists Hong Kong (UUHK) is the first Unitarian Universalist community in Hong Kong.  We consist of Chinese and non-Chinese members and our activities are often bi-lingual in English and Cantonese.  UUHK currently has three sub-groups: Buddhist Sangha, Humanist Group, and Progressive Christian Fellowship (PCF).  UUHK is a charitable institution registered with the Inland Revenue Department of Hong Kong.

 

Mission statement of Unitarian Universalists Hong Kong:
 
Unitarian Universalists Hong Kong is a sharing, nurturing, and caring community which promotes spiritual growth and development along with intellectual freedom. We provide an atmosphere of acceptance of one another while seeking to understand ourselves and our universe.
 
We foster an ethical basis for living and celebrate in life's diversity. We reaffirm our respect for others which empowers us to act on our beliefs to improve our community and relieve social injustice.

Group Notes: 
They are translating UU materials into Chinese language and they meet biweekly on Saturdays. For details, please go to their website at uuhk.org.
Group Contact: 
Alex Szeto, President
Group Email: 
uuhongkong@gmail.com
Group Website: 
uuhk.org