Xita Church

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Xita Church
The Old Xita Church

Xita Church (Chinese: 西塔教会) is a Protestant church for the Korean Chinese, located in the Xita area of Heping District, Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China.


A brief history is as follows:[1][2]

  • 1913, five missionaries of the women's group of the Protestant churches in Uiju, North Pyongan, Korea, arrived.
  • 1917, the original church (now preserved on the right side of the present-day church) was completed.
  • 1951, all Korean missionaries went back to Korea.
  • 1957, Wu Aien (Chinese: 吴爱恩) became responsible.
  • 1966–1979, the church was closed during the Cultural Revolution.
  • 1981, Wu Aien became the pastor.
  • 1993, the present-day 6-storey church building was dedicated.
  • 2003, a Chinese-language group was started.

At This Church Today[edit]

  • Address: No. 37, Shifu Dalu, Heping District, Shenyang City, Liaoning Province
  • Number of Christians: 3,000

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

  • Official site (unknown)

Coordinates: 41°48′15″N 123°24′46″E / 41.8042°N 123.4128°E / 41.8042; 123.4128