Beijing Vineyard Church Dedicated, planted by Haidian Church
By Yetta Yao, March 31, 2016 05:03 AM
On March 27, Vineyard Church, a campus of Haidian Christian Church, held its dedication service on Easter, according to the official webiste of Haidian Church, Beijing. Rev. Han Zhanhui presided the dedication and the senior pastor Rev. Wu Weiqing delivered the sermon.
Haidian Church, founded in 1933, was renovated from 2005 and dedicated in 2007. It sits in the west area of Zhongguancun, referred to as "China's Silicon Valley".
The church has multi-layer ministries in different ways for all ages.
It hosts six Sunday services from 7am to 7pm, one of which is English service as one of its main features.
It also devotes to social service and charity. The church regularly organizes members to visit the aged homes, orphanages and to fund minority students in Beijing. It carries on the ministry to help and provide assistance to churches in poor mountains and supports the theological education of Yanjing Theological Seminary.
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