The Wong Siu Ching Rhenish Hostel for the elderly was established in 1982. Found on the principles of Christ, it aimed to provide a safe and comfortable residential environment as well as comprehensive care for elders who were unable to live at home. Initially, services included the provision of basic care, social and recreational activities, along with counsellings and spiritual support for its residents. In November of 2006, the hostel received approval from the Social Welfare Department to change its service nature to "Continuum of Care". In the following year, it was given permission to be renamed from "hostel" to "home for the elderly". The home would eventually provide 57 places for the physically-impaired and 23 self-financed places for those elders in need of accommodation. In addition to the existing services, the home would hire more visiting doctor, physiotherapist and occupational therapist. Moreover, religious gathering and functions would be held by members of the clergy on a regular basis to fulfill the spiritual needs of the elders.