Churches across China Celebrate Christmas
By Karen Luo, December 29, 2017 08:12 AM
On 2017 Christmas Eve and Christmas, the churches in China celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ along with the rest of the world.
Churches across China held various parties and activities including worship, hymns, dances, biblical plays, allegros, choruses, and recitation. Even newcomers felt moved to follow Jesus in the celebrations.
Here are some photos shared by Chinese believers.
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