CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION IN CHINA: Living for Jesus in the face of growing authoritarianism 

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with Release International partner Bob Fu, President ChinaAid

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Bob Fu (President of ChinaAid)

This October we are delighted to host Release International partner and ChinaAid President Bob Fu, for a series of live events across the UK. Join us to hear how your support is helping our brothers and sisters in China to persevere. 


2022 dates and venues are as follows…

Friday 30 September | 7.30pm |  Sutton Baptist Church, SM1 1SN

Saturday 01 October | 7.30pm | Orpington Baptist Church, BR6 0RZ

Monday 03 October | 7.30pm | Carlisle Christian Fellowship, CA2 5BT 

Tuesday 04 October | 7.30pm | Hamilton Baptist Church, ML3 6QL 

Wednesday 05 October | 7.30pm | New Testament Pentecostal Church, Ballynahinch, BT24 8DN 

Thursday 06 October | 7.30pm |  St Paul’s, Camberley. GU15 2AD

Friday 07 October | 7.30pm | Special online event for all regions

Bob Fu was born and raised in mainland China and today he is one of the leading voices supporting persecuted Christians in China. He regularly briefs the US State Department and Members of Congress on the status of religious freedom in China, and in 2020 he was honoured with the Wilberforce Award from the Colson Centre, an award which recognises Christian leaders who encourage all Christians to make a difference in the face of tough societal problems and injustices.

Bob will be sharing about the growing restrictions facing our brothers and sisters in China. The situation has escalated recently with new laws introduced in March 2022 which effectively ban the sharing of all online religious content that does not have the explicit approval of the Chinese Communist Party.

Donate Now Button

Please click the Donate Now button if you would like to make an online gift to help ChinaAid’s work. Alternatively, you can text BOBF followed by your donation amount to 70085 (e.g. BOBF20 to give £20). 50% of donations given at the event will go directly to support ChinaAid’s work and 50% will be used to support Release International’s work in other parts of the world.