SHANGHAI: The Communist government has shut down another Christian church in China’s Shanghai province, blocking Sunday services. While praying on Sunday, December 1, the government representatives entered the shrine. According to the Christian human rights group China Aid, the government’s representatives have argued that Christians who come to pray at the shrine are worshiping in an illegitimate place. The believers refused to leave the temple, but they were expelled.
At the start of the proceedings, around two hundred Christians began praying and singing in front of the church. Former Canadian Ambassador to China David Mulroney told LifeSiteNews that the Communist Party is waging war against religious beliefs and religious fanatics in China, from Xinjiang to Tibet, and elsewhere.