Union Church - Hollywood Road (1st location) [1845-????]
"The London Missionary house on the north side of Aberdeen Street. Below it is the Union Church'
Chinese Christians: Elites, Middlemen, and the Church in Hong Kong By Carl T. Smith
Union Chapel is situated a little below the level of Caine Road on a line drawn at right angles from the shore commencing near Messrs Russell & Co.'s wharf.
A Union Chapel, in connection with the London Missions, and intended for services in the English and Chinese languages, was built in the present Hollywood Road, in spring 1845.
Hong Kong—A new and commodious Chapel has been erected on an eligible site adjacent to the ground granted to the Mission by the Government, and opened for Divine Worship. Another has been opened in the village of Wengnaching, where the Gospel has been regularly preached thrice a-week, and a School formed, containing thirty boys. The meetings in the Bazaar Chapel are good, and the Chinese have become much more respectful in their deportment than formerly while listening to the Gospel issionary Register 1847