Theological Education Sunday: Thank You for Your Support 神學教育主日:多謝支持

Ming Hua would like to say a huge thank you to all of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui parishes that supported the College so generously on Theological Education Sunday.

More than HK$600,000 was raised through collections in churches and cathedrals on the day.

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Theological Education Sunday 神學教育主日

Principal Gareth Jones talks about Ming Hua’s mission and achievements ahead of Theological Education Sunday.

Archbishop Paul has authorised Sunday 30th June 2019 to be Theological Education Sunday. On that day the collections in all the churches and cathedrals of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui will be committed to theological education at Ming Hua Theological College.

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HKSKH Ming Hua Theological College Open Day 明華開放日

Our annual Open Day is on Saturday May 18. Please come along to learn more about our programmes, attend one of our open seminars and explore our historic campus. Everyone is welcome!

香港聖公會明華神學院將舉行一年一度的開放日,歡迎你和你的會友來到這被稱為「中環鬧市中的綠洲」的神學院,在充滿歷史感的建築群中閒逛,發現及感受香港聖公會一直堅持的教育理念。

當天明華預備了公開神學講座、全新神學課程介紹、小聖堂禱告服侍,歡迎參與。盼望明華神學院能成為各教堂的神學教育資源,造就信徒。

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The Edward Cadbury Centre Lecture Series 吉伯利中心講座系列

With What Kind of Bodies Will They Come? Disability and the Resurrection in the New Testament

Professor Candida Moss, Edward Cadbury Professor of Theology
Tuesday May 14, 7.15pm

Christians believe passionately in the Resurrection: that they will rise from the dead with Jesus and have eternal life because Christ has saved them from their sins. But what will happen to our bodies: will they rise from the dead with us, or only our souls or spirits? And for those who are disabled, physically or mentally: will they be physically or mentally disabled forever, in eternal life, or will their bodies and minds be miraculously healed as part of our resurrection?

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University of Birmingham Visit 伯明翰大學團隊再訪

Ming Hua is delighted to welcome members of the University of Birmingham’s The Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion to the College this May.

The visit marks the start of a new partnership between the two institutions, which will include joint scholarships and research projects.

It will also see a new edition of the prestigious Edward Cadbury Lectures delivered in Hong Kong.

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Mindfulness: An Ancient Wisdom Practice Meets Contemporary Society 講座: 認識正念

The practice of mindfulness is growing in popularity as people increasingly struggle to keep up with the competing demands of the modern world.

Taking its inspiration from Buddhist traditions, mindfulness uses secular forms of ancient spiritual exercises to help people re-engage with life and feel fully alive.

This form of mental training can transform destructive emotions and help people to break the cycles of anxiety, depression and exhaustion. 

But what does mindfulness have to do with Christianity?

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Holy Week at Ming Hua 明華聖週活動

Ming Hua is delighted to welcome Brother Christopher John back to Hong Kong for Holy Week. As part of the special events the Collge puts on during Holy Week, he will be giving two addresses entitled: ‘With Francis and Clare at the Foot of the Cross’, followed by an opportunity for discussion and reflection.

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