Hollywood Road is a place where China and the West join together. Starting from the Old Central Police Station on the 10th, there are Western-style cafes, western restaurants, Wenwu Temple with 124 incense, and Chinese-style jades and antiques shops along the way. Looking up, I saw the cross hanging high, and St. Matthew's Hall at 232 arrived. Western-style church is not big, and across the road with the Chinese Holly Road Park, there is a sense of tranquility.
St Matthew's Hall on Hollywood Road, with its front door facing Hollywood Park and its back door facing Donghua Hospital. St Matthew's Hall was the first site of the British Missionary Church in Hong Kong more than 130 years ago. Today St Matthew's Church is a place where believers in the Upper Rim worship God. There are kindergartens in the Church. It is closely linked with St Matthew's Episcopal Primary School and St Matthew's Center for Elders, so that the Church can serve a large number of people.
Although St. Matthew's Hall is still hung with a large cross, we can't see the church from the outside. The church should be upstairs. The first floor is a kindergarten run by the church. People can't enter it at will, especially non-believers like us. But now that I'm here, a walk along Hollywood Road, with Chinese antique shops on both sides and Western restaurants and bars, is a good place to experience Hong Kong's mix-up.
I haven't heard much about it before. With the development of tourism, more and more people come here.
The church is small but characteristic and reveals tranquility.
Hong Kong is very good. I really can come next time.
The church is on the hillside of Horizon Road. There are many religious residents around the clergy.