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Yanjing Theological Seminary Holds Palm Sunday Worship

Yanjing Theological Seminary Holds Palm Sunday Worship

Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the choir leader carried a cross decorated with violet fabrics, followed by two members holding white candlesticks and the rest in two lines. Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the choir leader carried a cross decorated with violet fabrics, followed by two members holding white candlesticks and the rest in two lines. (Gospeltimes.cn)
ByYi Yang March 29, 2018
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Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: palm branches were placed on the sides of the pews. Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: palm branches were placed on the sides of the pews. (Gospeltimes.cn)
Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the congregation prayed to God. Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the congregation prayed to God. (Gospeltimes.cn)
Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the choir members walked into the chapel with branches in their hands. Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the choir members walked into the chapel with branches in their hands. (Gospeltimes.cn)
A cross was decorated with palm branches. A cross was decorated with palm branches. (Gospeltimes.cn)
A church worker put a cross made of palm branches on a believer. A church worker put a cross made of palm branches on a believer. (Gospeltimes.cn)
Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the altar was adorned with a red cloth. Palm Sunday Service in Yanjing Theological Seminary: the altar was adorned with a red cloth. (Gospeltimes.cn)

It has been a tradition of the ecumenical church to celebrate Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. 

The Beijing-based Yanjing Theological Seminary held two morning services to mark the special day. The pastoral staff put crosses made of palm branches on churchgoers at the entrance to the seminary's chapel. 

The choir leader carried a cross decorated with violet fabrics, followed by two members holding white candlesticks and the rest in two lines. The choir walked slowly into the chapel, companied by the piano music of Ride on! ride on in majesty!

The altar was adorned with a red cloth. Substitute for the main color "violet" in the Lenten season, the "red" color represented the passion of Jesus, his bleeding, and sacrifice.  

- Translated by Karen Luo

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