A prayer sit-in was scheduled downtown this evening, while demonstrations yesterday were calm, with protesters forming a human chain along the metro network and many donning masks in defiance of a ban on covering faces at public rallies.
The peaceful event comes ahead of a mass rally organizers are planning Sunday to press their demands.
Friday's lighthearted protest came as pro-democracy organisers said they planned to stage a major march on Sunday despite police determining it illegal.
The protests have since snow-balled as the movement seeks greater democracy and police accountability after Beijing and local leaders took a hard line and violence escalated.
The Appeal Board on Public Meetings and Processions on Saturday supported the police's refusal to approve the march because of the potential for violence, Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) reported.
"We will not back down even after the attack on the Civil Human Rights Front convener Jimmy Sham".
A bipartisan group of seven US lawmakers including Senators Ted Cruz, Ron Wyden and Marco Rubio and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Friday urged Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook to restore the HKMap app used in Hong Kong.
Last week, China temporarily suspended ties with the National Basketball Association after Daryl Morey, the general manager of the Houston Rockets, tweeted - and quickly deleted - his support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters, forcing the National Basketball Association to publicly apologise for the move.
China denies the accusation, blaming foreign nations such as the United States and Britain for inciting the unrest. She urged people to wait for a report from Independent Police Complaints Council into the recent clashes.
But the proposals sparked massive protests over fears they would put residents at risk of being sent into mainland China's Communist Party-controlled judicial system. Lam has said the bill is now dead, but it has not been formally withdrawn.
The case of a young Hong Kong man, Chan Tong-kai, accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan previous year before fleeing back to Hong Kong, was held up originally as an example of why an extradition Bill was needed.
People march while holding up pictures of 15-year-old student Chan Yin-lam to protest against what they say is the abuse of pro-democracy protesters by Hong Kong police, in Central district, Hong Kong, China on October 18, 2019.
Hong Kong hub is facing its first recession as a result of the unrest, which has damaged tourism and retail.
The Hong Kong Government used the 20-year-old's case to push for an amendment to its extradition law, which would have allowed Hong Kong to send people to countries and regions not covered by its extradition treaties.