Tianhe Church, the Largest Ever Church in Guangzhou Will Open Soon
By Yi Yang, March 15, 2016 02:03 AM
Tianhe Church, the largest-ever church in Guangzhou, will open soon. Combined with traditional Chinese culture and modern feature, it's going to be a landmark of Christianity in Guangzhou.
The said church is said to be put into use in the first half year of 2016 after acceptance test.
The said church has been the first church being established since 1949 ( founding of New China). Located in a cultural-district-to-be in Tianhe District, the church has gone through 10 years' construction, planned to be a comprehensive church used for worship, training, foreign reception and joint activities.
It consists of a hall, chapel, bell tower, training building and management set building with an construction area of 9431 square meters and a underground parking space covering an area of 2493 square meters.
Pastor of Tianhe Church, Yang Yongchun, tells CCD that the founding has great religious and social significance. It is beneficial to preaching the Gospel, training and nurturing members and enhancing their integral quality. From the view of social culture, it can be a standard of religious buildings to promote the harmonious social development.
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