Zhengding County Church, Shijiazhuang, Hebei
“Please pray for us!” This was the request made by a pastor of a grass-roots church in the coronavirus-hit Gaocheng, Shijiazhuang, on January 13.
In China’s costal-northeastern Fujian Province, a church announced that it would adjust its Sunday services due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Baoding churches in Hebei started to suspend all in-person gatherings, requiring the believers who returned from high-risk areas to self-isolate at home from January 4.
The Shilipu Church in Baoji, Shaanxi resumed its online Sunday service on January 10 to maintain worship life of the believers after the lockdown due to COVID-19.
Rev. Francis Chan, founder of Crazylove Ministries, preached a sermon entitled "Trust and Obey" virtually in the joint closing ceremony of the the Chinese Mission Convention on December 31, 2020.
Rev. Francis Chan stated the coronavirus pandemic exposed how weak the church had become and urged it to move on.
In Sichuan Province, Chengdu Municipal TSPM donates 5,000 copies of the Bible and the Chinese New Hymnals to regulate the administration of temporary places for religious activity on December 31.
Shijiazhuang Gospel Church, Hebei
Recently, the coronavirus pandemic situation has rebounded in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province. A small number of people with ulterior motives disregarded facts, made up stories, and spread groundless rumors. The story makers associated the spread of the pandemic with religion, causing great confusion in society. Is the pandemic really related to religion? Let’s look at the facts.
On January 11, Shanghai Grace (Huai'en) Church announced on its WeChat account that the numbers and time of worship services on Saturday are to be changed from January 30.
Zhang Zhan, a Christian citizen journalist, was sentenced to four years in prison in Shanghai over coverage of the Wuhan outbreak in early 2020.
China’s official Catholic organizations denied online speculations that family religious gatherings contributed to the latest coronavirus outbreaks in Hebei.
The Yaodu District Church in Linfen City, Shanxi Province hosted this year's first Christmas & Thanksgiving worship service on December 24, 2020.
In the past few days after I went to church for Christmas, I interviewed eight Christians over the phone on how they spent Christmas…
At the online closing ceremony of the 2020 Global Chinese Mission Convention (CMC) on the 28th of December, the organizer of the conference broadcast the testimony of Sister Lu Jiayin, who is currentl
Sister Lu shared that knowing Christian belief has changed her life. As a first-generation immigrant, now she is being sent to serve in Japan, hoping to become a person who spreads the gospel.
Huai'en Church in Xing'tai City, Hebei Province
The Wu'an Municipal CC&TSPM in Hebei Province issued a notice, requiring the gathering places in the city to suspend worship activities on January 7.
Nos. 6-10 of China Christian Daily's top 10 news stories of 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic dominated the year 2020 across the globe. In-person meetings resumed with restrictions in the middle of the year when the situation stablized, enabling the church to return to the "new normal." As we embrace 2021, the editorial team of China Christian Daily has selected the top 10 Christian news stories of 2020 based on the number of views, keyword searches, shares, and prominence of articles.