Shenzhen Christian NGO Starts Free Clinic

By Shenzhen CCC&TSPM , August 31, 2017 01:08 AM

The free clinic provided by Shenzhen Grace Relief Service and Development Center(Shenzhen CCC&TSPM )

On August 20, 2017, the medical social work department of Shenzhen Grace Relief Service and Development Center started its first free clinic tour in Shenzhen Langkou Church.

The Christian NGO was registered with the Shenzhen Bureau of Civil Affairs on February 26, 2017.

Rev. Cai Bosheng, president and chairman of the Shenzhen CCC&TSPM, gave a sermon during the clinic and the joint choir of the CCC&TSPM sang hymns. Rev. Jie Qiufu, the NGO's director, gave opening remarks for the clinic. 

More than ten Christian doctors offered medical treatment and physical therapy to over 300 people. More than 20 volunteers maintained order and provided logistical support.  

- Translated by Karen Luo

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