Advance the Freedom of Religion, Conscience, and Belief
Solidarity Sabbath Sermon in Vancouver, British Columbia by Pastor Hong Yujian
Religious and spiritual believers in today’s China are being persecuted in ways not seen since Mao's Cultural Revolution 40 years ago. On the weekend of May 20-22, 2016, religious and spiritual communities around the world will join together in the 2016 Solidarity Sabbath to highlight the strength and bravery of Chinese citizens who courageously live out their faith despite threats of harassment, imprisonment, and even torture by the ruling Communist Party.
Freedom of religion, conscience, and belief is a vital human rights issue for all global citizens, and you have a chance to help highlight the plight of the millions of Chinese denied this basic entitlement. Whether it is encouraging your faith community’s leadership to participate in the Solidarity Sabbath or petitioning your government to take part, there are so many ways to make a difference.
Visit the act page to find out how you can help.
May 20-22, 2016
Learn about how the Chinese Communist Party represses the freedom of religion, conscience, and belief.