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Marriage is a wonderful gift from God. We look forward to helping couples prepare for their marriage and celebrate their wedding at our historic church building. All weddings at St Andrew’s are taken by Anglican clergy and follow Anglican rites. Couples must receive premarital counselling as preparation for marriage at our church.

St Andrew’s members who want to get married here should contact one of the clergy.

For enquiries, please email wedding@standrews.org.hk


The original church building is over 100 years old, Grade 2 listed, with a UNESCO award for Heritage Conservation. In 2015, the new multi-purpose Life Centre was opened at the front of our site on Nathan Road. Additional facilities on site include the Seeds Garden, the Old Vicarage, and the St Andrew’s Christian Centre. We are grateful for God’s provision of these wonderful facilities, and we want to use them for the benefit of Hong Kong. We welcome bookings from all registered non-profits, NGO’s, government, educational, and Christian organizations.

For enquiries, please email booking@standrews.org.hk

Old Church Building

Opened in 1906, this beautiful Victorian Gothic-designed building seats over 370 people.

Old Vicarage

Another heritage listed building; the Old Vicarage has several rooms that can be used for a variety of events.

Life Centre

The modern and attractive auditorium has easy street access to Nathan Road and seats 810 people. The lower floor amphitheatre is multipurpose and is adjoined by 8 partitioned meeting rooms.

Christian Centre Hall

This space has been used for over 30 years by many organisations for events, recitals, lectures, and receptions.

Seeds Garden

An open garden space with integrated seating suitable for receptions, tea/coffee and meal breaks.

Life Centre Amphitheatre

Suitable for lectures, seminars, presentations, etc.

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