Faith under fire in China
China’s religious communities are facing the most severe crackdown since the Cultural Revolution.
Christians, Falun Gong practitioners, Tibetan Buddhists and countless other religious minorities are being harassed, arrested and even tortured because of their faith. As news outlets report the detention of over one million Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang Province, the situation for religious communities in China only continues to worsen.
Join us in Sydney later this month to hear first hand how religious communities in China are suffering under ever-increasing pressure– and how you can help them.
We’re bringing you first hand accounts from representatives of different religious communities in China and an art exhibition to inspire and challenge you to take action.
Saturday 24 August
Uniting Church in Australia, 180 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, NSW 2131
The doors will open at 10:30am for you to visit the art exhibition in the grounds before the event starts at 11am. The event will be followed by a light lunch at 1pm.
Sign up to the Faith under fire event below
#2 CSW manifesto
We believe no one should suffer discrimination, harassment or persecution because of their beliefs