Yunnan Miao Church Celebrates Thanksgiving Day

By Ruth Wang, November 06, 2018 09:11 AM

The choir walked to the front. (Brother Stirfor)

Moyilong Church held the Thanksgiving service outdoors on Nov. 4, 2018.(Brother Stirfor)

The service (Brother Stirfor)

The choir in Miao costume sang hymns with dances. (Brother Stirfor)

Miao believers walked to the church while other members stood in two lines to welcome them. (Brother Stirfor)

It's a tradition for the Miao church in Yunnan to celebrate Thanksgiving Day in November. 

On November 4, 2018, the Yunnan Moyilong Church marked the day with a gathering in which Miao believers danced and sang in traditional costume.   

- Translated by Karen Luo

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