Hong Kong Christian Institute

The Hong Kong Christian Institute (HKCI) was born in 1988 out of a sense of urgent need as well as frustration among Christians: the need for sharing a common concern for the future of Hong Kong and active participation in it and frustration because the churches did not seem to be able to offer much guidance in this regard. The social concerns were controversial and often divisive. If the churches themselves did not take the risk in taking a stand or getting involved in social and political action, perhaps a voluntary agency like HKCI could be formed alongside the churches to help fill the need.

Thus, 120 individual Christians came together to form HKCI as an ecumenical Christian NGO outside of the institutional constraints of the Church, a vantage point which has permitted more freedom to exercise the prophetic vision of the Church for Hong Kong.

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