Some church workers are appearing regularly at the protest front lines to be a buffer between police and demonstrators. Photo: Yeung KwanSome church workers are appearing regularly at the protest front lines to be a buffer between police and demonstrators. Photo: Yeung Kwan
Some church workers are appearing regularly at the protest front lines to be a buffer between police and demonstrators. Photo: Yeung Kwan

Hong Kong’s protest pastors: as violence escalates, churches struggle to find a place between religion and politics

  • Church workers at front lines try to keep the peace between protesters and police
  • Tension rises as Christians debate churches’ role in sheltering protesters
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Some church workers are appearing regularly at the protest front lines to be a buffer between police and demonstrators. Photo: Yeung KwanSome church workers are appearing regularly at the protest front lines to be a buffer between police and demonstrators. Photo: Yeung Kwan
Some church workers are appearing regularly at the protest front lines to be a buffer between police and demonstrators. Photo: Yeung Kwan
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