Congratulations to Ming Hua graduates Lau Wai-lun Walter, on his ordination to the priesthood, and Choi Lok-mei Lorraine and Leung Chi-wai Jason on their ordination to the diaconate. Continue reading Ming Hua Graduates Ordained 按立聖職
Ming Hua librarian Helen Cheung explains why technology is important in education.
Librarian Helen Cheung is set to become Ming Hua’s newest doctor having just passed the viva for her PhD. Continue reading Meet the Faculty: Helen Cheung 見．識教授：張秀貞
The College’s latest study trip will explore Christianity in Japan.
Ming Hua is excited to announce plans for a study trip which will follow the story of Christianity in Japan from the time of St Francis Xavier. Continue reading Prayers and Silence: A Pilgrimage to Nagasaki 日本長崎: 禱告與沉默
Postulant Scott Ellinger reflects on remembering those who gave their lives in wars.
The Revd Catherine Graham reflects on the importance of women’s ministry
The vocation of men and women, both lay and ordained, is crucial to God’s mission and the ministry of the Church. As the people of God, we are called to be ‘agents of transformation’ individually and collectively. Continue reading The Role of Women in the Church 教會婦女事工
Ming Hua is delighted to welcome Dr Stephen Lim to the College’s Faculty.
Dr Lim is teaching Advanced Biblical Exegesis for the Master of Theology programme, after recently completing his PhD on Asian Biblical Hermeneutics at King’s College London. Continue reading Reading the Bible as an Asian Christian
Congratulations to the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Archives for the publication of two books about the role women have played in Chinese Christianity.
Christian Women in Chinese Society: The Anglican Story explores whether Christianity has been a liberating force against the patriarchal culture for women in Asia, or whether it actually served to reinforce it. Continue reading The Role of Women in Chinese Christianity 基督教婦女與華人社會