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The Religious Society of Friends, popularly known as the Quakers, is a small but worldwide community of people, whose particular view of religious life grew out of events in 17th Century England. Friends meet once a week for Meeting for Worship, and anyone is welcome to attend.

Though the roots of Quakerism are in the Christian tradition, Friends have long recognised that many different paths lead to a common goal. Friends have no professional priests or ministers; we come together as a community of equals before God.

The form of our Meeting for Worship is very simple. Those attending enter the meeting room, take a seat and settle into the silence. This silence is a form of meditation or prayer, and after a time someone may feel moved to share a thought, a prayer, or read from scripture or some other inspirational writing.

Quakers continue to see the struggle for social justice and peace as a central expression of their religious faith.

If you’re unfamiliar with the beliefs and practices of Quakers and want to know more, the Hong Kong Meeting has a range of books and materials that can explain the subject in more detail. Or better still, come to the Meeting and stay around for a chat afterwards!

“Be still and know that I am God”

-Psalm 46:10

“A new commandment I give unto you: Love one another…”

-        John 13:34

公誼會起源於十七世紀的英國。難然規模不大,卻是一個世界性的宗教團體。每星期都奉行崇拜聚會, 歡迎有興趣人仕參加。

雖然公誼會源于基督教,我們認識到;每個人追求灵性道路各異,共同目标卻只有一個。公誼會没有專业的牧师或傳到人;我們大家在上帝前是一律平等。

公誼會的崇拜聚會很簡單。開始時,會眾可隨便就坐,靜靜地默想或禱告。稍後大家分享一些心得,一同祈祷,查經或閱讀一些屬靈書箱。


爭取和平和社會公义是公誼會表達他們中心信仰的方法。

如果閣下想知道更多有關公誼會的教義,請前來我們的聚會並參閱有關公誼會的書箱和資料。若能抽空前来参加崇拜聚會,那就更好了!

你們要休息,要知道我是神。
                                       -詩篇 46:10
我給你們一條新命令:就是要你們彼此相愛
                                  -約翰福音 13:34