The commander pointed to the “positive” development in which the number of new infections in South Korea has decreased over the past several days, but he still reiterated a cautious approach. Community Open Bible Seminar: Not only did Chairman Man Hee Lee speak to religious leaders, but all 12 tribe leaders of Shincheonji and over 70 branch churches head lecturers spoke to the public on the topic of “Harvesting and God’s Purpose the Creation of a New Thing.” After speaking these seminars, a whopping 70,000 people registered to learn the Bible through Shincheonji’s Zion Mission Center. A medical officer prepares to take samples from a visitor at a drive-through testing center at Yeungnam University Medical Center. All of whom studied with Shincheonji’s Zion Mission Center.
With 76,000 members, Shincheonji‘s Volunteer Group contributed to holding activities to aid underprivileged people, senior citizens, etc. The Shincheonji Church, which has more than 2,40,000 followers, hit the headlines when many cases of coronavirus were linked back to its branch in the town of Daegu. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases at a church in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province, climbed to six, as a 61-year-old pastor and his wife tested positive Sunday.
In the United States, lawmakers have been discussing a coronavirus relief measure. Political pressure increases to restore a recently expired $600-per-week supplemental unemployment benefit while sending funds to help schools reopen. Through their own will, these graduates moved from their previous churches to the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, stating that Shincheonji gives a “clear interpretation of the Bible using the principles of the 5 Ws and 1H versus, while many churches emphasis on worldly success.
Many of the worshippers are believed to have been present at an anti-Moon Jae-in rally held Saturday at a central Seoul square, health officials said, urging the church in question to provide details for contact tracing.