Meditate to the sounds of Tao Fong Shan

Imbued with the love of the Lord, Tao Fong Shan has opened and manifested the mind of God since 1930. Over the past 90 years, Tao Fong Shan has been through decades of untold hardships with people of Hong Kong.

In good and bad times, the Big Cross continues to stand and shine through the dark from the hill of Sha Tin, symbolizing and reminding people of the Lord’s wish to bless this land. The tranquility from above contrasts the overwhelming streets at the bottom. Speak the way of God, it tells that it is Christ’s way to give blessings and way of life to people through the gospel. Blow with the wind, it signifies that the Spirit moves with the wind, quietly moistening the living things of God, completing the stories of people with God in the nature of Tao Fong Shan. We welcome you to take a moment and join us, slow down, relax your body, and meditate to the sounds of Tao Fong Shan.

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Tao Fong Shan Narrow Gate

Narrow Gate

Follow a narrow footpath you will find a narrow doorway, inscribed by Rev. Wang Ching Ch’ing, the Narrow Gate. On each side, wrote “True happiness will not be achieved by the many that enter through the broad road” and “very few enter through the narrow gate that leads to life”. We encourage you to slowly walk along the narrow pathway and gaze at the couplet, pass through the Narrow Gate and self-examine, where are you on the path of life?


Lotus Crypt

Located beneath the Christ Temple, the Lotus Crypt was completed on Pentecost in 1932. Near the entrance to the left, you will find a small confessional. In the past, the founder of Tao Fong Shan Rev. Karl Ludvig Reichelt would lead his students in confession every Saturday and followed by 1-hour devotion in the Crypt.

Walk With Tao Fong

Tao Fong Shan Christian Center was founded by a Norwegian missionary Rev. Karl Ludvig Reichelt from over 90 years ago. Located on a scenic hill above Sha Tin, the Centre has been accorded Grade 2 Historic Building and is considered state-of-the-art in many ways, from combining traditional Chinese architecture with Christian faith to having a rich history of nurturing interfaith and interculture dialogue to preaching gosel through Chinese Christian porcerlain art. Today, the Centre remains a melting pot of religions, cultures, and stories.

To tell the many wonderful stories and history of Tao Fong Shan, we created a series of guided tours, Walk with Tao Fong. Our staff will arrange a tour for you or your friends depending on your interests, it is a great experience for you if you hope to enjoy a day of peace and away from the city, or if you want to learn more about who we are or the story behind our traditional Chinese architecture.