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Q: Are there any English Christian churches in Qingdao?

I would like to be a part of a Christian church on Sundays.  Also if one doesn't exist I would like to start my own of any Christian's willing to meet on Sunday.  Please contact me if you're interested my wechat ID is sp23454.

5 years 42 weeks ago in  General  - Qingdao

 
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If you have just arrived, and are having trouble using Google.... no need to worry. Bing works here:

 

Catholic:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Michael%27s_Cathedral,_Qingdao

 

Protestant:

 

http://www.china.org.cn/travel/qingdao/2010-08/16/content_20715603.htm

 

Lutherian, on this very site:

 

http://listings.echinacities.com/qingdao/detail/4634-Qingdao-Lutheran-Ch...

 

There is no need to start your own Church. You will be arrested as a subversive. But I suspect you know that already.

 

Why do you feel the need to prove yourself to God?  He is all seeing, all knowing, so if your heart is pure he knows it.

 

Christian fundamentalists..... the stupidest of them all.  Why do so few Christians understand what Christ actually said? Amazing.

 

Anyway, Bing it. Your answer is there.

 

BING

 

Be I Not God?

 

 

 

 

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There's an active church in Kaifeng. Christian, by the cross incorporated in the building's architecture.

More than 300 bicycles neatly parked in front of the building every Sunday at 10-ish. When rainy weather, bicycles are covered with tarp.

Very neat and organized.

 

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By all means, start your own church.

 

Let us know how that works out for you.

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Cue liberal retards insulting this person's faith for asking a simple question.

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Anyone find a pastafarian one in ningbo let me know.

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I have never been in a church that flies a national flag in any country. Your suppose to know where in the hell you are.

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good churches. i hope not

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