Anglican Diocese of Hong Kong and Macao

The Diocese of Hong Kong and Macao was an Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui.


The diocese was a remnant of the older Anglican Diocese of Victoria, part of the extra-provincial under the Archbishop of Canterbury. The diocese was abolished in 1998 upon the formation of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui as a province of the Anglican Communion in its own right. It was split into four new dioceses: three in Hong Kong and a missionary area covering Macao.



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