Glimpse of Christianity in Macau
ByKaren Luo, Wei Zhien
Robert Morrison came to Macau as the first Protestant missionary to China then lots of churches and ministries thrived in the area.
The Ruins of St. Paul's, the ruins of a 17th-century complex that originally included St. Paul's College and the Church of St. Paul, Santo António, Macau
Originally built in the early 19th century, Morrison Chapel or Macau Protestant Chapel, is an Anglican Chapel.
The grave of Robert Morrison in the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau
The commemorative stone plaque of Robert Morrison, Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau
The tombstone of Samuel Dyer, the father-in-law of James Hudson Taylor, the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau
St. Dominic's Church, Macau, which was fist established in 1587
Inside St. Dominic's Church
Macau Bible Institute, a non-demonational Bible school founded in 1982
One of the classrooms of Macau Bible Institute
Chi Tou Church, the Church of Christ in China
Colégio Mateus Ricci, a Roman Catholic kindergarten through secondary school in Macau
A man distributing New Testament Bibles and gospel tracts to tourists on the way up to the Ruins of St. Paul's, Jan 2019.
Macau Baptist church, founded in 1904
Macau Christian Prison Ministries
Macau Pak Kap Chow Baptist Church