The persecution of Liangren Church in Guangzhou

Posted: January 8, 2011 in Persecuted

China Aid Association Picks 2010’s Top 10 Cases of Persecution of Churches and Christians in China

On the morning of May 2, Liangren Church in Guangzhou was locked out of its usual meeting place, forcing the church to hold its worship service outside the front doors of its building. The Guangzhou Public Security Bureau had caused the church’s landlord, the Guangdong Construction Machinery Factory, to chain and padlock the front doors of the church meeting place and bar church attendees from the premises. A week later, on May 9, Pastor E Wangdao was criminally detained and kept in custody until June 13, when he was released on bail and returned home, where he continued to pastor his church. Liangren Church has been persecuted by the Guangzhou authorities from June 2004 until Sept. 26, 2010, during which time it has been forced to move its meeting site 40 times

PLEASE POST THIS AND LET PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT THE PERESCUTION OF THE CHURCH IN CHINA.

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