Over 100 People Baptized in NE China

By CCD contributor: Wu Zhongyi, August 07, 2018 23:08 PM

Inside Changchun Church

Changchun Christian Church

On July 29, 2018, the Changchun Christian Church of Jilin held its annual baptism service.

More than 100 seekers received baptism.

Changchun Church, also called as Changchun Siwumalu Church, used to be the most important and largest church in the city's history. Dating back to 1886, the church used to have a floor space of 4,700 square meters (1.16 acres) and was demolished in 1996. A new church was dedicated in June 1998 with a seating capacity of 6,000.  

- Translated by Karen Luo

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