Chinese military police arrest seven Christians at Xuncheng Christian House Church, including Minister An Yanqui and his wife



Monday, November 16, 2020



A scene inside Xuncheng Christian House Church during Nov. 15 raid by Chinese military police.
(Photo: ChinaAid)

(Xuncheng, Taiyuan Shanxi Province—Nov. 16, 2020) During a Chinese military police raid, Sunday Morning November 15 at Xuncheng Christian House Church, officers arrested seven Christians attending worship service, including Minister An Yanqui and his wife. Officers then transported these Believers to the police station for interrogation and detained them until 10 pm Beijing Time.    







The following five video clips show military police and PSB* officers during the attack on the church. 









(Videos: ChinaAid)


Christians attending the worship service who were not detained by police remained at the church where they waited and prayed for Minister An Yanqui, his wife, and the five other congregants until authorities freed them.


*Public security bureau, a Chinese government office that basically acts as a police station; local or provincial police



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