The Qindao Christian Church, neighboring the Xinhaoshan Hill in the east, is a famous religious architecture in Qindao.
The construction started on April 19, 1908 and was completed on October 23, 1910. It is a good example of German castle-syle architecture, which consists of a bell towel and an auditorium. It is made of granites. It soars 39 meters into the sky, highlighted by an old German bell and a large clock. Visitors are welcome to climb to the top of it and enjoy a bird eye’s view of Qingdao city. The auditorium is capacious and bright, and can hold more than 1,000 people. Protestant services are held on weekends, and it is the primary venue of religious activities for Chinese Christians.