A church in China’s eastern-coastal Jiangsu Province announced its resumption of in-person services in late April.
On its official WeChat account, St. Paul's Church in Nanjing said it would resume three Saturday services and three Sunday services with the start time and service length remaining unchanged, reminding its members to either show their health code and itinerary code, scan the venue code or bring along their ID card.
Today, the megachurch has more than 5,000 members and a weekly Sunday attendance of about 3,000 for the eight services. In 2003, renovations were carried out along with landscaping work.
- Translated by Abigail Wu