Links Small Groups

Links Small Groups

The Bible expects us to live the Christian life in community, but this is difficult in a church the size of Shatin.  Our Links small groups are the answer!  We meet in small groups for Bible study, prayer, fellowship and service as an extension of our life together on Sundays.

Of course, our small groups currently do not meet in person due to the virus restrictions. Some groups have suspended their meetings, while others still meet via Zoom. The latter may be meeting at a different time from what is indicated below. But we hope these restrictions are temporary and we encourage you to choose a group based on their normal meeting places and times.

Types of Groups

Weekday Nights

Groups meet close to MTR stations and so are easy to reach for everyone.

  1. Tsuen Wan (Tsuen Wan West station): Wednesday 19:30-21:30
  2. Tai Wai: Friday 20:00-21:30
  3. Fo Tan 1: Wednesday 19:30-21:00
  4. Fo Tan 2: Tuesday 20:00-21:30
  5. Wu Kai Sha: Thursday 19:45-21:15
  6. North District: Thursday 20:00-21:30


These groups meet every two weeks in the late afternoon, for bible study, potluck and prayer. Families bring their children who share in the meal together.

  • Tai Wai: 16:30-20:00
  • Wu Kai Sha: 17:00-19:30


Our Philippine Fellowship meets after the services in our Church Centre in Shek Mun for lunch, fellowship and bible study. In the past we have also had a group meeting during the 11.30 service for people from the 9.30 service.

Signing Up

If you’d like to join any of these groups please speak to Niels or let us know your interest with the form below. We’ll then get in touch and help you find the most suitable group.

What if I’m part of another church?

We believe the best way for Christians to share life together is to be fully committed to one church family, rather than divide their commitment. Our small groups are very much integrated with the rest of our life together as Shatin Church. So we encourage Christians to be part of a small group of the church they attend on Sundays, though we know this is not always possible.