… helping people take the next step on their spiritual journey with Christ …
Watermark Community Church is an English-speaking, gospel-centred church serving the western part of Hong Kong Island. Watermark is a member of the Redeemer City to City church-planting network.
Our core values are the Gospel, Community, and Mission. We believe God created you to seek and know Him, and our goal is to help you take the next step on that spiritual journey.
The heart of the gospel message is that God saves sinners through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ ‒ not by your effort, but by God’s free gift.
All people are created for genuine community ‒ a spiritual family that seeks to love God by loving and serving one another.
All Christians are a part of God’s redemptive mission – to bring restoration to Hong Kong through sharing the gospel and living it out in acts of love.
We strongly believe that each of these ministries helps the Watermark Church family accomplish our mission of being a gospel-shaped community sharing God’s love with Hong Kong.
Community Groups (CGs) are the heartbeat of the Watermark Community. Each week CGs gather to share life, eat food and study the Bible together.
We believe every child should get to hear the good news about Jesus. On Sundays we have age-appropriate classes with trained leaders where your children can hear the gospel in a safe environment. We also seek to equip parents to lead their families in a way that is honouring to God.
The teenage years are formative years. Watermark’s Youth ministry seeks to invest in the lives of teenagers, connect them in deep relationships with adults and other teens, and teach them about Jesus. Youth gather regularly on Friday nights at the Watermark Community Centre.
Watermark exists right on the doorstep of HKU. Our campus ministry International Christian Fellowship (ICF) gathers every Wednesday night during the semester. Students help other students grow in life and love for Jesus and one another!
HKU ICF FB Group
At Watermark, we believe God wants to bring deep healing and wholeness in your life through the gospel. Trained counsellors are here to walk with you through life’s deepest struggles. We also offer pre-marital and marriage counselling services.
Our Mandarin ministry helps speakers of Putonghua share the love of Jesus with their friends and family.
We believe that God is a God who delights in creativity. Our worship arts ministry exists to lead and train believers to worship God in music and arts.
Since the gospel restores us as God’s image-bearers, it also compels us to reach out to those on the margins of society. We partner with Sons & Daughters, a ministry reaching sex workers, and Young Lives, a ministry reaching single or teenage mums.
Much of what we do at Watermark does not happen without the dedicated work of our ministry support staff. They take care of our finances, facilities, and resources. To book the Community Centre use the contact below.
We believe that every member of Watermark is called to serve by using their spiritual gifts. Our church is led by a team of Elders who oversee the direction and spiritual health of the church family. A team of staff take care of running the day-to-day operations, coordinating and equipping all our church members to serve and lead.
Watermark gathers every Sunday for worship service at 10:30am. The venue is usually the Ebenezer School and Home for the Visually Impaired (Jockey Club New Wing), but please check this website for any updates before visiting. After entering from Pok Fu Lam Road, you will go down a sloped path. Go all the way to the end of the path and you will see the entrance to the Jockey Club New Wing on your right.
While gathering in God’s presence is a serious matter, we believe you should come in a manner that is comfortable for you. There is no dress code, but most of our church members come in smart casual attire. At the worship service, you can expect approximately 90 minutes of music/songs, Scripture reading, a sermon, prayer, and a few other elements. We also regularly observe Communion (i.e. Lord’s Supper or Eucharist) and have community lunches after the service. If you have children, they will usually join us in the worship service before being dismissed to their own age-specific gatherings.
Bus: 4/X, 7, 37A/X, 40/M, 90B, 91, 94, 970/X, 973
MiniBus: 22, 23, 31
HKU MTR Station then bus 40, 40M, 37A, 71, 90B, 91
Rain: For slope safety, no parking space will be available at Ebenezer when any rainstorm signal (AMBER, RED or BLACK) is in force between 10am and 1pm. Please make alternative travel arrangements or park at nearby Queen Mary Hospital.
Typhoon: The service will be cancelled if Typhoon No. 8 or higher / Black Rainstorm signal is in effect at 7am or is expected to be issued in the morning.