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The 37th of Commemoration Service of Shincheonji Church's Anniversary

The 37th of Commemoration Service of Shincheonji Church's Anniversary 


 Today (14 March) marks the 37th Anniversary of Shincheonji Church of Jesus.


For the past 38 years, Shincheonji has been preaching the gospel of fulfillment to the prophecies of the New Testament while practicing faith in accordance with the Bible. 


In particular, with the importance of the community’s health and safety emphasized once again through the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Shincheonji has been praying and doingits best to help our community overcome and recover from the pandemic.


Since last year to date, Shincheonji has converted its offline religious activities to online, including not only services, but also group meetings, and education programs, and this is a first since its foundation.


The past year proved to be a time for Shincheonji to realize once again how important the word of the Bible is in leading a life of faith as the members built their faith through words preached online, transcending physical distances, and how crucial it is for members of the society to care for each other to promote the well-being of the society as a whole. 


Shincheonji will continue to practice faith based on the Bible. 


Concurrently, Shincheonji will do its best to be exemplary in society by being the salt and light of the world.


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