Orthodox Metropolitanate 

of Hong Kong and South East Asia

The Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong was founded with the decision of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople in 1996 after being detached from the Orthodox Metropolitanate of New Zealand. In the same year it was recognized by the Government of Hong Kong.

August 1: the Month of Theotokos Begins

important announcement

According to the amended Cap. 599G, starting from May 19, 2022, the restriction of the number of persons allowed in premises such as cinemas, performance venues, museums, event premises and religious premises etc. will be relaxed to 85 per cent of their capacity. 

We ask for your cooperation to keep everyone safe:

  1.  If you are ill or have a fever, do NOT attend service.
  2. The laity must wear a facemask or similar covering of the mouth and nose at all times.
  3. Once the Liturgy is concluded, the faithful should leave the church compound and avoid socialising. 
  4. Before entering the church compound, the faithful are required to scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” venue QR code. The information collected will be kept for 31 days and will solely be used by the Government for contact tracing purposes in preventing further spread of the virus.

The Divine Liturgy will be streamed live online via Saint Luke Orthodox Cathedral Hong Kong Facebook page on Sunday at 10.00 am. 

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The Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia carries out missionary work offering the testimony of the Orthodox faith, supporting the Orthodox Christians, foreigners and locals, who live in South East Asia, and presents dynamic activation on the fields of the social welfare, health and education.

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Sunday of All Saints

Initially, the most ancient Fathers made this a Feast solely of the Martyrs who suffered throughout the world, as attested by the encomium of Saint John Chrysostom, in which he praises only the Martyrs. The later Fathers, however, made this Feast more general, calling it the “Sunday of All Saints”, including in it Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostles, Martyrs, Hierarchs, Ascetics, and all the Righteous together, of every age and race.

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The Synaxis of the Chinese Martyrs

In the year of our Lord 1900, when the Empress Dowager reigned over the vast country of China and supported the Boxer Rebellion against all foreigners, two-hundred twenty Orthodox Christians in Peking died as martyrs, although a few others lost courage and renounced the truth of the Gospel. Leader of the martyrs was the Priest Metrophanes Tsi-Chung.

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Ecumenical Patriarch


Message of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Regarding Covid-19

about covid-19

All you need to know if you live in Hong Kong or you plan to travel to the city.

Covid 19 Thematic Website

Together, we fight the virus


For the Life of the World

Toward a social ethos of the orthodox church

Useful Resources

Orthodox Life E-Bulletin

The Typikon of the Sunday’s Services.


Matins and Divine Liturgy

Holy and Great Synod 2016

Official Announcement and Agreed Texts of the Synaxis of Primates of the Orthodox Churches

Regarding the Holy and Great Synod 2016.

of the Church of Ukraine

Regarding the branding of Autocephaly to the Church of Ukraine

Discovering Orthodoxy

Discovering Orthodox Christianity is a series of talks, shows, and presentations designed to introduce and explain the basic teaching of Orthodox Christianity. 

Regarding Clergy entering the Metropolitanate

Non-Metropolis Clergy Requesting to Enter the Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and South East Asia

The Sundays of Holy Lent

The main themes of the Sundays of Great and Holy Lent