Korean Chinese Church in Liaoning
By CCD contributor: John Wu, April 05, 2018 05:04 AM
Located in Anshan, Liaoning, Yongle Church was the Korean Chinese church founded in 1936 by the preaching team consisting of women from Shenyang, Liaoning.
It was renovated into the current Gothic-style and modern church in 2013. The Chinese department was set up in 2007, making the church the city's only church that preaches inboth Korean and Chinese.
The couple Rev. Liu Zaigen and Rev. Pei Lianshu have served the church for 27 years. Rev. Pei, vice-president of the Anshan CCC, shared the difficulties and miracles God performed during the new church construction.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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