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After Reopening, Four Churches Suspend Online Services to Encourage In-person Worship

After Reopening, Four Churches Suspend Online Services to Encourage In-person Worship

In May 2018, the Foshan CC&TSPM  held a training program for about 70 clergies and volunteer workers in a local church. In May 2018, the Foshan CC&TSPM held a training program for about 70 clergies and volunteer workers in a local church.(Foshan CCC&TSPM)
ByZoe Zhang July 27, 2020
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Four churches in Foshan, China’s Guangdong Province, began to cancel online services on Wednesday after reopening. 

On July 12, Liyusha Church and Shiwan Church in Chancheng District resumed Sunday services. Seven days later, Shengping Church and Jinsha Church followed.

The suspension of online gatherings is supposed to encourage believers to attend in-person services. 

Christians with mobility problems who cannot attend services can listen to the services on recorded audio files.

The churches remind their congregations to make reservations in advance so they can enter the church building efficiently.  

- Translated by Karen Luo

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