wanny wrote:Thanks for the infomations.
I am not looking for Catholic church. My husband is a Christian.
OT, but that's debatable. Depends who you ask. Wasn't too long ago the Papists called the Protestants heretics that will all burn in Hell.
Be that as it may, as OT as it is, I guess she meant to say: I am not looking for a Catholic church. My husband is a
Thanks for the infomations.
I am not looking for Catholic church. My husband is a Christian. I asked some people on BBS the other day, "dayspring" looks like a nice one to join. http://www.dayspring.org.tw/_data/new%20building-en.htm
Anyone knows about this church?
I know them, they're pretty good. You can also try the church across the road from the Confucius Temple (孔廟) in Nan Men Road (南門路). Not sure of the exact address, but if you're standing at the Confucius temple entrance (with your back to the entrance) and look to your right (towards the Klin market - 克林) it's to the left of the Klin market. The entrance is next to the coffee shop you'll see there (and you should be able to see a sign in Chinese that says church, although I forget the name). Pretty easy to find if you're at the Confucius temple. Can't miss it. I know they have an English Pastor and the sermon is directly interpreted into Chinese as he preaches. As far as I know they also have child-care facilities where you can still see and follow the sermon.
When you get there, ask for a Taiwanese girl called Jenny. Her English is fantastic, so she'll be able to speak with you or your husband and give you any information about the church, it's facilities and service times.