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Sunday, February 05, 2023
Photos of Online Celebrations Across China During Holy Week
As the COVID-19 cases are surging, churches across China held online activities to mark Holy Week.
Rev. Yue Qinghua distributed bread to faculty and students of Fujian Theological Seminary in a communion service on April 14, Maundy Day, 2022.
Representatives from the faculty and the students at Fujian Theological Seminary carried a cross alternately to commemorate Jesus’ suffering on April 15, Good Friday, 2022.
Pastors of Dushu Lake Church in Suzhou, Jiangsu, prayed in a morning prayer meeting during Holy Week in 2022.
A Nativity play of “Resurrection of Jesus” was performed online by members of Yaodu District Church in Linfen, Shanxi, on April 17, 2022.
The choir of Gangwashi Church in Beijing presented a hymn in a praise and worship service on April 17, 2022.
Pastor Guo Jinfeng of Zion Church in Guangzhou, Guangdong, preached a sermon on April 16, Sabbath Day, 2022.
Rev. Yang Yongchun of Zion Church in Guangzhou, Guangdong, gave a sermon titled “Great Power of Resurrection” on April 17, 2022.
A picture of Easter eggs was uploaded by Rev. Liu Haihua of Yuguang Street Church in Dalian, Liaoning, during Holy Week, 2022.
Easter eggs were sent out to the congregation in Beizhen Street Church, Changsha, Hunan, on April 17, 2022.
A dance was performed in Beizheng Street Church, Changsha, Hunan, to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection on April 15, Good Friday, 2022.
Pastoral staff of Shandong CC&TSPM held a service to commemorate Jesus' suffering during Holy Week in 2022.
Senior Pastor Su Weiyuan of Quannan Church in Quanzhou, Fujian, preached a sermon on Easter Sunday 2022.
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