Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and the China Forum liaise with Chinese partners. There is an ongoing dialogue with local and national church leaders in China, both Protestant and Catholic. Through partnership, we enable projects initiated by Chinese Christians, and adapted to local conditions, to find the appropriate interest, expertise and support from members of […]
China has re-emerged onto the world stage. Its increasing economic, political and spiritual influence is evident for all to see. The Chinese churches have also come into their own as genuinely Chinese communities, bearing a prophetic word to their own society and the rest of the world. Their rapid growth has led to great complexity, belying the traditional certainties of patriotic or underground affiliation.
As Christians we have much to gain through sharing the experiences of Chinese Christians and supporting them in applying the gospel of Christ to their own lives, churches and culture. This is an exciting, stimulating and challenging time to be in partnership with Chinese churches.
For Britain and Ireland, the China Forum actively promotes and facilitates ecumenical collaboration among churches and Christian agencies with the churches in China, both Protestant and Catholic. More
China Online Study Centre
The China Online Study Centre has been created as a separate website, which provides resources for teachers, schools and churches who seek to add new dimensions to their classes, Sunday schools and services which reflect the increasing participation of their Chinese members. More
China Study Journal
You can still download some articles from the China Study Journal, an academic journal which published articles on religion and religious policy in China. More
The China Forum is a space for highly informed debate on church policies in regard to China. It provides a channel of communication between the China work and its British and Irish stakeholders. This leads to joint action and project collaboration that provides effective partnership with the churches in China and Christian-initiated organisations working on social development […]