Campus News

The President Office

  • President Stephen Lee was elected Chairman of the Executive Committee of Hong Kong Theological Education Association (HKTEA) for one year during their Annual General Meeting on February 19.
  • President Lee was invited by Kowloon West district of The Methodist Church, Hong Kong, to preach at the Maundy Thursday Communion Service on March 24.
  • President Lee visited Toronto and Vancouver between May 18 and 31 to preach at the CGST North America Revival Seminar, Vision-sharing dinner, Pastoral Luncheon, Sunday Service as well as meeting with local Regional Council members and supporters.
  • Vice President Kang Phee Seng attended The Global Forum of Theological Educators (GFTE) in Frankfurt, Germany, from May 16 to 20. “The Future of Theological Education: Serving the Church and Its Mission” was the theme of the Forum.
  • Vice President Kang was invited to speak at the Justice Conference Asia 2016 hosted by The Vine Centre, Hong Kong between May 13 and 14.
  • Vice President Luke Cheung was invited to attend the China Theological Association Symposium in Shanghai on March 28.


Faculty Engagements

  • Dr Annie Pan Ng accepted the invitation to attend and lead workshop at the Theological Students Day organized by Hong Kong Theological Students Prayer Fellowship on February 19.
  • Dr Simon Cheung was invited by Shatin Baptist Church to teach a series of classes on Psalm and Contemporary Hong Kong on February 29, 26 and March 4.
  • Rev Dr Kin Yip Louie attended the Annual Meeting of World Reformed Fellowship Board in Indonesia between March 6 and 12, during which he also participated in a series of Theological Seminars. “Reformed Theology and its Contribution to the World” was the theme of the seminars.
  • Dr Simon Cheung attended the Langham Partnership International Research Conference at Tyndale House in Cambridge, England, between March 13 and 18.
  • Dr Raymond Au is on leave for research writing from February to July.
  • Dr Daniel Lee was invited to speak at the forum on reflections on violence / just war hosted by Public Ethics Education and Research on March 17.
  • Dr Bernard Wong was invited to speak at a youth theological seminar hosted by Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union of Hong Kong on April 15.


Staff News

  • Mr Kwok Kuen Leung went to Los Angeles, Seattle in the US and Vancouver in Canada to preach at revival meetings, to attend volunteer sharing gatherings and preach at Sunday services between Feburary 19 and March 1. Mr Leung also visited Melbourne, Brisbane, and Canberra for the same from March 5 to 14.
  • Rev Dr Song Jun, Director of Chinese Culture Research Center, was invited to speak at a public lecture co-hosted by the Center for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society, Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Society for the Study of History of Christianity in China on February 2. “Making Choices in the Midst of Change: The End of the National Christian Council of China (1949-1951)” was the topic of the public lecture.
  • Mrs Doreen Chan came on board on April 1 to become the Executive Consultant of Word of Life Ministry.


Revival Seminar in North America

  • President Lee preached at the CGST North America Revival Seminar on May 19. Being held at Richmond Hill Chinese Christian Church in Toronto, the Seminar was simulcast and video broadcast to 27 locations in 19 cities in North America.


In Memoriam

  • The late Mr Michael Wong, retired Board member of the Australian Board, passed away on April 17 in Sydney. The memorial service was held at the Christian Assembly of Sydney on April 23. Our deepest sympathy is with the Wong’s family.


Graduation Exercises and Dinner

  • The Thirty-ninth Graduation Exercises is to be held at the Wing Kwong Pentecostal Holiness Church at 3:00pm on June 25, Saturday. Rev Dr Wilson Chow, CGST President Emeritus, addressed the convocation. Graduation Dinner is to be held at Paramount International Banquet Hall in Kowloon Bay in that evening.


Prayer Requests

  1. Pray for the students who are graduating in June, that God will grant those entering full time ministry a humble heart to serve in faithfulness wherever God places them. Pray also for those who have completed the evening part time programs. May God use them to integrate what they have learnt in their workplace and to witness Christ in their professions.

  2. Pray for the applicants who are being considered for the new school year. May God direct the selection process and give wisdom to the Admission Committee members.


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General Fund Financial Report

Jan to Apr, 2016

General Fund    
     Donations   1,318,056
     Tuition & other income         959,669
Expenditure   2,251,985
Surplus     25,740
Outstanding mortgage loans as at Apr, 2016         US$ 2,137,516


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