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Christ the King Church (simplified Chinese: 深圳耶稣君王堂; traditional Chinese: 深圳耶穌君王堂; pinyin: Shēnzhèn Yēsū Jūnwāngtáng) is a Roman Catholic Parish church in Bao'an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. It was founded and built in November 2010.
|Christ the King Church|
|22°35′25″N 113°55′02″E / 22.59028°N 113.91722°ECoordinates: 22°35′25″N 113°55′02″E / 22.59028°N 113.91722°E|
|Location||Bao'an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong|
|Architectural type||Church building|
|Style||Imitation Gothic architecture style|
|Height||64 metres (210 ft)|
|Floor area||2,735 km2 (1,056 sq mi)|
Christ the King Church was founded and built in November 2010.
The church covers an area of 2,735 km2 (1,056 sq mi) and 64 metres (210 ft) in height of the imitation Gothic architecture style. There is a statue of Jesus at the top of the church, and he opened his arms as if to welcome the believers.
The church has three Sunday Masses (主日弥撒). One is at 8:00pm on Saturday evening, at 9:00am Sunday morning and 3:00pm on Sunday afternoon. There are weekday Masses (平日弥撒) at 7:00am from Monday to Saturday.
- Take subway Line 5 (Huanzhong Line) to get off at Xingdong Station. Getting out from Exit C and walk 1.2 km (0.75 mi) to reach the church.
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- Kejia, Yan (2004-01-01). Catholic church in China [中国天主教]. ISBN 9787508505992.
- Ping, Liu (2014-08-01). 《中国天主教艺术简史》 [Brief History of Chinese Catholic Art] (in Chinese). Beijing: China Fortune Press. ISBN 9787504751430.