Another underground church in China was raided this week by government authorities who arrested worshiping Christians as the country’s Communist crackdown continues, China Aidreports.
The Christian persecution watchdog group, which seeks to expose religious freedom abuses in China, reports that Morningstar Church in China’s southern Guangxi province was raided on Wednesday morning.
Many Christians present, including the church’s leaders, were said to have been detained by authorities.
No update on the situation was available by press time. But as of early morning Thursday, none of the arrested Christians had been released, according to China Aid.