Tenth National Congress of CCC&TSPM Kicks off in Beijing
By Karen Luo, November 29, 2018 13:11 PM
On November 28, 2018, the tenth national Chinese Christian conference kicked off in Beijing, attended by more than 300 representatives from across China, according to the China Christian Council (CCC) & Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM).
The participants included officials such as Wang Zuoan, director of the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) and vice director of the United Front Work Department (UFWD).
Rev. Gao Feng, president of the CCC, gave a report on the CCC & TSPM's work over the latest five years.
The document puts forward four priorities for future work in the next five years, including improving the adaptation of the religions to socialist society, raising legal consciousness, implementing the arrangements for the five-year plan (2018-2022), and carrying out ministries in full force.
Rev. Shan Weixiang, vice-president of CCC, explained the revised constitutions of the CCC & TSPM.
On Nov. 29, 2018, Rev. Wu Wei was elected as chairman of the eighth CCC, Rev, Shan Weixiang, general secretary, and Rev. Xu Xiaohong, president of the tenth TSPM, according to CCC&TSPM.
The congress ended on Nov. 30.
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