A church in China’s eastern-coastal Jiangsu Province announced its resumption of in-person services in late April.
Since last Mid-Autumn Day, Linfen Church has live-streamed the talks integrated with festivals and the Christian faith as efforts of leading it toward the direction of sinicization of Chrisitianity.
Having interviewed an elder in charge of a village church in North China, we got a glimpse of the situation of the rural churches and their members under the epidemic.
A church in north China’s Shanxi Province held virtual worship services to mark the most important festival in the Church Year. In Holy Week, believers review and meditate on how Jesus went through this period to understand the meaning of His crucifixion and resurrection.
On their official WeChat accounts, two Churches in China’s southeastern coastal Fujian Province launched the arrangements of online and onsite services during the Passion Week.
As the local outbreaks were effectively controlled, two churches in Fujian Province reopened in early April.
On World Autism Awareness Day which falls on April 2, a faith-based disabled service center in China’s northeastern Shandong Province launched a charity fundraising event for autistic adults.
A church in Beijing announced to conduct the inquiries of faith for believers before baptism on Easter.
A church in China’s northern Shanxi Province held an online interview on Christian and Tomb Sweeping Festival between three pastors in the form of a tea party.
A church in Fujian Province will resume in-person gatherings at the beginning of next month amid the effective control measures of COVID-19.