On Sunday February 29, many Protestant organizations performed masses through its websites or social media such as YouTube, Zalo, Facebook, etc. In some areas where Protestants could not access online services, they were allowed for pray in groups of no more than 20 people. The online masses were took place solemnly and followed by members.
Besides, the Protestant organizations also made practical contributions for the pandemic prevention and control: the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECVN) (South) has donated 500 million VND, and the ECVN (North) has supported 680 protective clothes, 7,500 face marks for four medical centers located in Chuong My, My Duc, Hai Ba Trung and Nam Tu Liem districts in Hanoi. These Protestant organizations have called for more support from members for the prevention.
Pastor Head of the Hanoi Church under the ECVN Phạm Bá Hạnh speaks during a streaming service on Fanpage and YouTube channel of the Church. For preventing the spread of the epidemic, the Evangelical Church Chapter has performed online services since February 15
Church members watch live-streaming rituals on social media at home
Pastor Head of the Gia Dinh Church Chapter under the ECVN Nguyễn Ngọc Tốt prays during live-streaming mass
Church opens for people to come during live-stream services but with no more 20 people, and all people wears face marks and keeps distance for avoiding cross infection
Announcement of the Vietnam United Gospel Outreach Church on suspension of all religious gatherings signed by Pastor Head Phạm Đình Nhẫn
Pastor Head of the Vietnam General Baptist Church Lê Quốc Huy gives instruction through online service
Vietnam Full Gospel Church’s live streaming services on Fanpage and website of the Church
The World of Life Church in Hanoi broadcasts live program to nearly 4,000 members