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Haikou Christian Station Serves "Migrant Christians"

Haikou Christian Station Serves "Migrant Christians"

Recently staff workers of Religious Service Management Workstation for Mobile Christians in Haikou, Hainan took a group picture before their building. Recently staff workers of Religious Service Management Workstation for Mobile Christians in Haikou, Hainan took a group picture before their building.(Hainan Christian Training Center)
ByZoe Zhang July 21, 2021
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A few days ago, the Religious Service Management Workstation for Mobile Christians (hereinafter referred to as the “Migrant Bird Service Station”) in Haikou City, Hainan Province released a work summary, reviewing its work results from seven aspects.

According to reports, the Migrant Bird Service Station was established on January 22, 2020, and has served more than 3,000 Christians so far. 

The institute claimed that it had taken the initiative to adapt to the general trend of Christians’ inter-regional movement, enabling Christians, including tourists, migrant workers, and elderly people who come to Hainan, to find legally established places for religious activities.

From daily worship to the mediation of family matters, there is a division of responsibilities among staff. Meanwhile, the workers visited the communities where Christians coming to Hainan live.

During the COVID-19 epidemic, it put efforts into the construction of online worship projects, providing services to all believers in the province.

The organization added that it provided life services for mobile Christians. Believers who just came to Hainan for holiday or wintering were provided the latest housing information in the city free of charge. Those who planned to settle down for a long time received counseling services on residence migration.

Since more elderly believers came to Hainan and they were relatively unfamiliar with network services such as WeChat operation, this service station has specially opened a service hotline for convenient contact.

- Translated by Stephen Huang

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