The churches are willing. But the bureaucracy is weak. When Wai Lin Wong arrived in Bristol from Hong Kong in April 2021, one of the first things she did was look for a new church. “I logged onto Facebook; I searched Google,” she said, “and found churches with webpages translated into Chinese, groups of other Hong Kongers, and sanctuaries full of people like me.” That happened a lot, said Mark Nam, an Anglican priest in Bristol. As the Chinese government clamped down on the democratic freedoms of the former British colony in 2020, thousands of Hong Kongers fled to the…