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Shincheonji Church of Jesus Hosts an Online Prayer Event on 11/15 for the Third Time

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An online prayer event to end COVID-19 will be held prior to the 4,000-member group plasma donation

□ Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony (Chairman Lee Man-hee, “Shincheonji”) will host an online prayer event for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, and also to pray for the government, medical personnel, patients, families of the deceased, and the citizens who have been affected by the virus.  

□ Shincheonji Church of Jesus will conduct “the 3rd Global Prayer Service of Religious People” on November 15th, and has called for every person of faith with a willing heart to pray with the entire congregation of Shincheonji including members outside of Korea. This prayer event will be broadcasted live on the Shincheonji Church of Jesus official YouTube channel at 3 PM that day. Any person of faith from around the world who wishes for COVID-19 to end is welcome to join the event. 

□ The prayer event has been prepared by the suggestion of Chairman Lee Man-hee to pray for an effective and quick development of a vaccine and for the global pandemic to end. Along with prayer, the church is also preparing to take action to combat this pandemic through its group plasma donation taking place from November to December by 4,000 of its members who fully recovered from COVID-19. The online prayer event transcends different denominations and religions, uniting many for the common purpose of taking charge in overcoming this crisis. 

□ Chairman Lee proposed the online prayer event by saying, “Too many people are suffering because of COVID-19, especially with those who were infected in church last February that caused distress to the members and the citizens. We should actively put in our effort and pray to God for the country, the people, and for the pandemic to end. I urge every person of faith around the world to also gather their hearts and pray so the whole world can come out of the suffering caused by this plague.” 

□ Chairman Lee also emphasized, “Even as the church shutdown orders are lifted, the church should not conduct services or meetings with many participants to prevent the members from contracting COVID-19. We must continue to care for the members’ health by preparing non-contact thermometers and other necessities, as well as taking proper actions to disinfect.” 

□ In every service starting last February when COVID-19 began to spread, the congregation of Shincheonji Church of Jesus has been setting aside time to pray for the pandemic to end, and for the health and safety of the government health officials, medical staff, and patients. 

□ A member of Shincheonji Church of Jesus said, “Ahead of the third group plasma donation in which 4,000 fully recovered members are planning to participate, we are praying all together for a quick vaccine development and for COVID-19 to end. We will do everything we can and act responsibly until the pandemic ends.” 

※ Note: Please be advised without misunderstanding that every Shincheonji Church in Korea has been conducting services online remotely since February 18th

With experience as a full-time environmentalist and part time journalist, Lisa heads the post of editor at California Herald. She covers all the significant proceedings in the world of Environment while editing all the news pieces posted over the website to ensure everything aligns with the journalistic format.

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