Kowloon International Baptist Church (KIBC) has English-language services every Sunday.
We have many ministries and activities throughout the week to involve every member of your family.
If you are looking for a church to visit, or if you are looking for a new church home, we hope that you will come and see us at KIBC.
KIBC is located at 300 Junction Road, Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong. We are at the north end of Renfrew Road and right behind Baptist Hospital.
Each Sunday we meet for worship at 9:30 am, 11:00 am. We also have small group Bible studies for people of all ages beginning at 9:30 am and 11:00 am. Refer to our schedule for a complete listing of regularly scheduled meetings.
Over the past five years, Hong Kong international churches have joined together during the season of Lent as an expression of unity by reading through a Lenten devotional book written by local pastors. This year's project will look a bit different, as together we PRAY IT FORWARD to lift up the various churches and their needs at this time. Prayer booklets—which list churches to pray for, as well as a guide for reading through many of the Psalms—are available while supplies last. Prayer guide is also available for download on the KIBC website homepage.
Christians all over HK will join together to pray for KIBC on Thursday, February 19 (first day of Chinese New Year). Based on last year's participation, this could mean that 20,000+ Christians in HK and around the world are praying for us on that day!
Click here to download the Lent Prayer Guide
Click here to download the Lent Schedule
A solemn worship service focusing on the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ; includes observance of the Lord's Supper; childcare will be available for infants and toddlers; simultaneous interpretation in Cantonese will be available
No Sunday School classes that morning; childcare available at A.C. Hall for infants and toddlers; simultaneous interpretation in Cantonese available
Flowering of the Cross on Easter Sunday
Everyone is invited to bring a fresh-cut flower to worship on Easter morning, to put on the cross. The resurrection of Jesus Christ changed the cross from a cruel instrument of pain to a symbol of hope, and our flowers reflect the hope we have in the resurrection.
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