In response to the recent heavy rainfall and flooding disasters in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the faith-based Amity Foundation initiated a flood disaster relief response on July 31.
As church fellow workers, we need to communicate with each other in time, “sit down” at any time, and share our service experience and problems. On the other hand, we need to rest in front of the Lord and gain strength and wisdom from him more than we do.
The 11th Summer Training Program on Religion and Rule of Law was organized by the Pushi Institute for Social Sciences in Beijing.
The Shanghai Agape Foundation, in collaboration with volunteers, recently conducted a series of comfort activities for cancer patients.
To promote the openness of religious affairs and standardize the identification and management of clerical personnel, the information query system for Islamic, Catholic, and Christian clergy was released online.
The Amity Foundation joined hands with Eaton (an intelligent power management company) to donate teaching and living materials to two primary schools in Yunnan Province and carry out teaching and sports activities.
On the occasion of the 104th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement, Youth Day-themed activities were jointly conducted by Shanghai CC&TSPM, the YWCA, and the YMCA to commemorate this significant event.
The Amity Foundation has launched a project called "Future Engineer Program," which aims to support vocational school students with financial stress and help them step into the workforce.
A research and practice center for the contextualization of Christianity was established in Hainan Province.
Faith-based Agage Foundation in Shanghai enrolled volunteers to act as customers and communicate with autistic baristas.