Hangzhou International Christian Fellowship
Sunday morning we worshipped as a group at Hangzhou International Fellowship, which meets in the building of a registered church for Chinese nationals. The fellowship we went to is in English and only for foreigners. The government regulates how Chinese Christians organize and worship and does not allow denominations, but lets foreigners worship without these regulations. But this means that unregulated churches can only be for foreigners. In addition to these two types of churches (registered and for foreigners) Chinese people can met and worship in other places (homes, rented space, etc) as long as the meetings have 25 or fewer persons.