Shanghai CC&TSPM hosted a delegation from the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD-Protestant Church in Germany).
Sichuan Provincial CC&TSPM welcomed Rev. Park Pong Soo, the chief secretary (secretary-general) of the Korea-China Christian Exchange Association, representing the Sangdo Central Church in Seoul, South Korea.
The delegation from the Korea-China Christian Exchange Association recently visited the CCC&TSPM.
After receiving President Erik Burklin of China Partner from the United States, President Rev. Wu Wei of the China Christian Council held a seminar.
Rev. Venerable Godfrey Stone, chairman of Friends of the Church in China (FCC) from England, met with Rev. Shen Xuebin, residential vice president of the China Christian Council (CCC), talking about social services and pastoral care for the elderly.
This October, the new book From Missionary Education to Confucius Institutes: Historical Reflections on Sino-American Cultural Exchange will be available for purchase.
The Outreach Foundation of the Presbyterian Church in the USA visited the China Christian Council (CCC) and the Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM), refreshing their friendship and engaging in discussions and exchanges concerning church ministry in the post-pandemic era.
Korean Anabaptists pursue justice in churches and beyond.
A delegation from the Amity Foundation visited the World Council of Churches (WCC) on 5 June, participating in a morning prayer, then greeting WCC general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Jerry Pillay.
Mr. Aldrin Bogi, vice president of the Asia Pacific region at Biblica, based in Colorado, visited CCC&TSPM, discussing how to better promote cooperation and the ministry of the Bible when the current print media is facing challenges from various aspects.
Rev. Wu Wei, president of CCC, received Mr. Levi Park, International Director of the Luis Palau Association, and Dr. Wang Xiuyu, China Ministry Liaison.
CCC&TSPM hosted a delegation from the China Graduate School of Theology (CGST) in Hong Kong, discussing theological education and the contextualization of Christianity in China.
A group of four members of the Board of Directors of the Southeast Asia Theological Education Foundation (FTESEA) visited East China Theological Seminary.
Guangdong Union Theological Seminary welcomed a delegation of 20 members from the Diocese of Macau.
Word4Asia Consulting International visited CCC&TSPM, exchanged information about their churches in recent years, and discussed mutual visits and cooperation.
Shanghai CC&TSPM held a study salon every half-month about overseas short training sharing meetings.
CCC&TSPM and the Mandarin Churches of the Four Denominations in Singapore held a video exchange meeting.
The faith-based Amity Foundation has been joining local rescue units in earthquake-hit Türkiye.