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Approaching Dahu Christian Church in Baise City, Guangxi

Approaching Dahu Christian Church in Baise City, Guangxi

Baise Dalu Church Baise Dalu Church (Provided by Brother Huang )
ByCCD contributor: Brother Huang February 26, 2019
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The Dalu Church began in the 1990s and currently has 56 believers. It is one of the rural churches that started late in Tianyang County, Guangxi province.

When the church was first planted, there were only 6 individuals in baptismal preparation class. The meeting place was an abandoned campus built in 1951. After being identified as a dangerous house by the relevant government departments, it was moved to a brother's house to continue the gathering.

As the number of gatherings increased, in 2016, the church received land donated by the believers and built a church building. In addition to normal gatherings, social services were carried out according to local needs. Today, the Dalu Church still insists on gathering, and hopes that one day it will be recognized by the government and by the local society as well.

According to the website of the Guangxi China Christian Council (CCC) / Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM), after the mid-nineteenth century, the Protestant gospel was spread to Guangxi province, and there were 8 different denominations including the Lutheran Church, the Anglican Church, the Methodist Church, the Baptist Church, Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA), and the Pentecostal Holiness Church. In total 18 independent churches of denominations entered Guangxi to do missionary work, and the C&MA established the Alliance Bible Seminary in Wuzhou City in Guangxi. They built more than 300 large and small churches in the district, and there were more than 7,000 Christians at that time. Beginning in the 1950s, the Guangxi Church established the Guangxi Christian Three-Self Patriotic Movement Committee. For historical reasons, from 1966 church ministry in Guangxi was interrupted for the next 13 years. It was not until the end of 1979 that the church resumed worship services. Committed to public social welfare and charity, the church in Guangxi is involved in many areas such as student assistance, social assistance, social facilities construction, etc.

- Translated by Ze Wang



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