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05.11,2011
China's religious community rejects U.S. commission report on religious freedom
China's religious community on Friday rejected a U.S. commission report accusing China of religious freedom violations, saying its "finger-pointing" practice and "irresponsible remarks" are not in conformity with a religious spirit....
04.29,2011
The Global Ambassador of Crossway Rev. Dr. Miller Milloy Visited CCC/TSPM
Rev. Miller Milloy, the Global Ambassador of Crossway came to visit CCC/TSPM accompanied by Mr. Kua Wee Seng, Coordinator of UBS-Asia Pacific on April 12, 2011. Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairperson of National TSPM received visitors on behalf of CCC/tSPM...
04.20,2011
Delegation of Methodist Church in Singapore Visited CCC/TSPM
Rt. Rev. Robert Solomon, Bishop of the Methodist Church in Singapore, led a 6-person's delegation visited CCC/TSPM on the morning of April 8, 2011. Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairperson of National Committee of TSPM warmly received the delegation...
04.19,2011
Visit of the Delegation of Serve China
On Apr.11, a group of 10 people from Serve China, a Christian organization in Australia visited CCC/TSPM, led by Rev. Bob Lo, lead pastor of Tsung Tsin Mission of Hong Kong and president of Hong Kong Lutheran Federation. Rev Gao Feng, president of China Christian Council, received the guests. Both sides had a deep discussion and communication on theological education and social services...
04.18,2011
Delegation of the Churches in Taiwan Visited CCC/TSPM
Invited by CCC/TSPM, a 19-person delegation of the Churches in Taiwan visited Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai from March 21 to 25, 2011. The delegation visited CCC/TSPM in the morning of March 24. Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairperson of National Committee of TSPM, Rev. Gao Feng, President of CCC, together with the other staff of CCC/TSPM met the delegation at the office building. ...
04.08,2011
The UCC Delegation (United Church of Christ) visited CCC/TSPM
11 different UCC conferences paid a visit to the CCC/TSPM office on the morning of 21st March, 2011. They were warmly received by Rev. Kan Baoping, the General Secretary of CCC, and then they had a very pleasant meeting together...
04.08,2011
Delegation from Church of Norway Visiting CCC/TSPM
On Saturday morning of March 19, 2011, Rev. Jens Pett Johnson, Director of National Council of Church of Norway headed a six-person delegation to visit the headquarters of CCC/TSPM. Rev. Gao Feng, President of China Christian Council, warmly received the visitors. Rev. Gao and his colleagues exchanged ideas with Norwegian counterparts as far as some ministries of common interests are concerned....
02.18,2011
Visit of the New General Secretary of UBS
At the third working day after Chinese Lunar New Year, CCC/TSPM welcomed the visit of the delegation of the new General Secretary of the United Bible Societies. In the morning of Feb 11th, 2011, the new General Secretary of the United Bible Societies, Michael Perreau; Secretary General of the United Bible Societies in Asian-Pacific Region, David Thorne; and Office Secretary of the United Bible...
12.27,2010
Elder Fu Xianwei Met Rev. Wei Tixiang from Taiwan
On the afternoon of Dec 21 2010, Elder Fu Xianwei, president of China Christian Three-self Patriotic Movement Committee, met Rev. Wei Tixiang, chairman of Taiwan Christian Dandelion Hope Foundation. Elder Fu introduced the basic conditions and challenges of mainland Christianity and expressed the wish to strengthen the communication between churches of both sides...
12.27,2010
The Delegation of Rev. Lee of Korea Methodist Church visited CCC/TSPM
On the morning of Dec.16 2010, a group of five people, with the lead of senior pastor Rev. Lee of Korea First Methodist Church in Bupyeong, visited CCC/TSPM. Both sides took a relaxed and friendly talk.Rev. Gao Feng, president of China Christian Council, said that it is very glad to see old friends again.Rev. Gao pointed out: "whether the friendly communication between...
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