Photos: Online Easter Services across China
This Easter Sunday the churches were empty, but Christians across China celebrated the Lord's resurrection in creative ways: online choirs, Scripture reading, Easter egg distribution, and giving online "red packet envelopes" containing God's word.
The "Icloud choir" of Guangzhou Guangxiao Church in Guangdong sang a song named "The Nail Scarred Hand" on April 12, 2020.
Believers of Bejing Nanyuan Church presented a a recorded hymn Calvary's Love in the online Easter service on April 12, 2020.
The congregation of Harbin Bethel Church of China's northeastern Heilongjiang Province presented their worship through poem reciting on April 12, 2020.
Wearing facial masks, believers of Harbin Bethel Church danced to celebrate the Lord's resurrection on April 12, 2020.
Four members of Harbin Bethel Church read a poem online on April 12, 2020.
On the morning of Easter Sunday, the pastoral staff of Hangzhou Sicheng Church read the Scripture in relays.
On the Easter of 2020, Pastor Huang Lihong preached the message on Paul's view of the resurrection while the staff gave live broadcast to the congregation.