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Christians give letter denouncing Sanjiang Church’s forced demolition to Chinese Consulate



Wednesday, April 30, 2014

This photo shows all that remains of Sanjiang Church after
it was demolished on Monday, April 28, 2014. (Photo from
Weibo)
China Aid Association

(Los Angeles—April 30, 2014) Pastors from American and Chinese churches, a representative from China Aid’s Los Angeles office, representatives from the Overseas Pastors of House Churches of China organization, and local Christians will go to Chinese Consulate in Los Angeles to present officials with an open letter, condemning the forced demolition of Sanjiang Church in Wenzhou, Zhejiang and demanding a trial for the people responsible for the demolition.

Sanjiang Church was demolished on Monday after the government went back on an agreement it had made with the Church to leave the church building alone (see http://www.chinaaid.org/2014/04/one-tspm-church-in-zhejiang-finds.html, http://www.chinaaid.org/2014/04/sanjiang-church-in-zhejiang-facing.html and http://www.chinaaid.org/2014/04/zhejiang-christians-fear-sanjiang.html).

For more information on the letter to be presented to the Chinese Consulate, media representatives can contact Pastor Eddie Romero, representing the American churches involved, at (626) 688-4420 or Pastor Guo Baosheng, representing the Chinese churches, at (228) 235-5736.


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