Lutheran Church of China

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The Lutheran Church of China or LCC (Traditional Chinese: 中華信義會; Pinyin: Zhonghua Xinyi Hui) was a Lutheran church body in China from 1920 to 1951. It was established as a result of the consultations between the various Lutheran missionary bodies in China that was initiated during the China Centenary Missionary Conference held in Shanghai in 1907 [1]. The church survived as an organised body after the Chinese Civil War but was gradually absorbed into the Three-Self Patriotic Movement of the Protestant Churches in China.

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