Devotees of KamFa Goddess come from Hong Kong and all over the world to pray to KamFa Goddess because She is able to materialize thier wishes come true. The pair of paper scroll by the two sides of the front gate read: “Wishes for children or grandchildren always granted. Wishes for male or female never rejected.” The paper scrolls were donated by a devotee some years ago to show that if one prays sincerely, the wish will always come true. No matter what the devotee’s wish is, all he/she has to do is to pray with deep faith to KamFa Goddess, then the wish always comes true. The Temple welcomes worshippers to come on April 17th of the Lunar Year to celebrate the festival, make their wishes, and receive KamFa Goddess’s blessing. To name a few distinguished visitors that have been to the Temple, they include former Hong Kong Governor Mr. Chris Patten, Exco/Legco Councilor Madame Selina Chow Leung Suk Yee, Legislative Councilor and Mr. Lam Wai Keung SBS,BBS, JP, and actress Madame Wong Ming Chuen, etc.
Peng Chau KamFa Temple is a unique temple in Hong Kong. On its left there is an old banyan tree and on its right an old well. It is not a grand place but it is filled with spiritual atmosphere. There is also an Upper Palace behind the temple, which serves as the resting place for KamFa Goddess. Inside the palace, Tai Sheung Lo Kuan is worshipped. The palace is neatly cared for and is where KamFa Goddess receives all deities and fairies from heaven. That is why it is a spiritual place. The name “Upper Palace” was hand-written by Master Kwan when he was alive. Upper Palace is only open to public during KamFa Goddess Festival, Guardian General Enlightenment Festival and the first day of the Lunar New Year. All worshippers that come on the first day of New Year receive a “Lai-See”, red pocket, for well-being of the year.
Many people have selflessly dedicated time and efforts, including those who take part in the unicorn, golden dragon and lion dances; those who help with the daily keeping of temple premises, those who present themselves at temple celebrations and those who volunteer to setup this website. Their only goal is work toward community benefit and respect for the elderly and for everyone’s well-being. Their devotion and dedication is admirable. We wish them health and KamFa Temple be increasingly prosperous spiritually in the fragrance of incense!
We hope that worshippers will keep the temple clean and care for the ornaments when paying respect to the Kamfa Goddess. Thank You!