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St. John's Cathedral, Hong Kong

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Contact: +852 2523 4157
Open Hours: Prayer and meditation: Daily 7a-6p; Cathedral Office: M-F 9a-5p, Sa-Su 9a-noon
Built in 1847, the Cathedral is the oldest Anglican Church in the Far East. It underwent an extension in 1873 and was converted into a clubhouse for the Japanese Imperial Army during the Japanese Occupation between 1942-1944. During this time, the building was damaged considerably, which led to its rebuilding after the Second World War. It was declared a historical monument in 1996. Apart from weekly services, the church now also runs a number of community and social services.