Glimpse of Christianity in Macau

By Karen Luo, Wei Zhien, February 27, 2019 17:02 PM

Macau Pak Kap Chow Baptist Church
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Macau Pak Kap Chow Baptist Church

Macau Christian Prison Ministries
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Macau Christian Prison Ministries

Macau Baptist church, founded in 1904
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Macau Baptist church, founded in 1904

Originally built in the early 19th century, Morrison Chapel or Macau Protestant Chapel, is an Anglican Chapel.
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Originally built in the early 19th century, Morrison Chapel or Macau Protestant Chapel, is an Anglican Chapel.

Inside Morrison Chapel
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Inside Morrison Chapel

St. Dominic's Church, Macau, which was fist established in 1587
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St. Dominic's Church, Macau, which was fist established in 1587

Inside St. Dominic's Church
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Inside St. Dominic's Church

Macau Bible Institute, a non-demonational Bible school founded in 1982
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Macau Bible Institute, a non-demonational Bible school founded in 1982

One of the classrooms of Macau Bible Institute
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One of the classrooms of Macau Bible Institute

The Ruins of St. Paul's, the ruins of a 17th-century complex that originally included St. Paul's College and the Church of St. Paul, Santo António, Macau
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The Ruins of St. Paul's, the ruins of a 17th-century complex that originally included St. Paul's College and the Church of St. Paul, Santo António, Macau

Colégio Mateus Ricci, a Roman Catholic kindergarten through secondary school in Macau
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Colégio Mateus Ricci, a Roman Catholic kindergarten through secondary school in Macau

The commemorative stone plaque of Robert Morrison, Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau
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The commemorative stone plaque of Robert Morrison, Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau

The grave of Robert Morrison in the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau
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The grave of Robert Morrison in the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau

A man distributing New Testament Bibles and gospel tracts to tourists on the way up to the Ruins of St. Paul's, Jan 2019.
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A man distributing New Testament Bibles and gospel tracts to tourists on the way up to the Ruins of St. Paul's, Jan 2019.

The tombstone of Samuel Dyer, the father-in-law of James Hudson Taylor, the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau
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The tombstone of Samuel Dyer, the father-in-law of James Hudson Taylor, the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau

Chi Tou Church, the Church of Christ in China
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Chi Tou Church, the Church of Christ in China

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