In a letter to the China Christian Council, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Jerry Plllay expressed deep sympathy and concern for churches and people in China in the wake of Typhoon Doksuri.
Many Christians in China have been praying and aiding the victims experiencing the flood in Zhuozhou.
The churches situated in Hebei Province engaged in initiatives for flood prevention and disaster relief, demonstrating their commitment through financial and material contributions.
Extreme weather occurred in Harbin, Mudanjiang, Suihua, Qitaihe, Jixi, and other places in Heilongjiang Province due to the influence of typhoons "Doksuri" and "Khanun".
Shanghai Church supported Zhuozhou, Hebei, which was suffering from a flood disaster caused by a typhoon.
The churches situated in Jilin and Harbin have rendered aid to the local flood predicament.
A church in Guangdong Province held a Sunday morning prayer meeting for the floods caused by Typhoon Doksuri in the northern areas.
The Amity Foundation continues its assistance to the severely flooded areas of Hebei Province, conducting research and providing relief supplies.
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.
Starting from July 29, the regions of Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei have been continuously hit by heavy rainfall and have experienced flooding and geological disasters due to the impact of Typhoon "Doksuri," so CCC&TSPM issued letters of intercession.