Compass Rose Society opens new chapter in Hong Kong

Posted Jan 30, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Compass Rose Society, the charitable foundation that provides substantial support for the work of the Anglican Consultative Council and the international ministry of the Archbishop of Canterbury, has opened a new chapter in Hong Kong. The chapter was formally installed by the primate of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui – the Anglican Church in Hong Kong – Archbishop Paul Kwong, during a service of Evensong at St. John’s Cathedral on Hong Kong Island.

The vice president of the Compass Rose Society, the Rev. Canon John L. Peterson, a former secretary general of the Anglican Communion, preached during the service and spoke about the work and development of the society at the celebratory dinner held immediately after the chapter’s installation.

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