In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 09th, August, 2020

MFM, Daystar, Synagogue… – Examine Out Six Fashionable Lagos Church buildings That Will not Reopen This Sunday

MFM, Daystar, Synagogue... - Check Out Six Popular Lagos Churches That Won't Reopen This Sunday

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Months after they have been shut down as one of many measures to fight the coronavirus pandemic, the federal authorities had in June introduced that church buildings and mosques might resume.

Consistent with the directive, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos, additionally gave church buildings within the state the inexperienced gentle to reopen as from August 7.

Forward of this Sunday, the clerics of some church buildings, with their headquarters in Lagos, have, nevertheless, declared that they might not reopen their worship centres.

Daystar Christian Centre

In a press release on Friday, Sam Adeyemi, the church’s senior pastor, mentioned on-line providers would proceed till it’s protected for bodily gathering.

“The management of Daystar Christian Centre has resolved to not open her worship centres for bodily gathering on the speedy,” the assertion partly learn.

Mountain of Hearth and Miracle Ministries (MFM)

In the identical vein, the management of the Mountain of Hearth and Miracle Ministries (MFM) mentioned its buildings would stay closed for all branches in Lagos and Ogun states till September 12, 2020.

The transfer, the church mentioned, was to make sure it places in place the required preventive measures as stipulated by the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management (NCDC) in addition to federal and state governments.

The Family of God Church

The Home of God Church can also be amongst Christian worship centres that may not be reopening quickly.

Chris Okotie, its founder, who had been crucial of presidency’s directive on reopening of worship centres, mentioned he won’t reopen his church.

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“Our doorways will stay closed till these profanation and secularization have been pulverized by the Emperor of heaven. Unto him shall the gathering of the individuals be. To thy tents O Israel,” he had mentioned.

The clergyman had earlier criticised the proposed tips provided by the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) to the federal authorities, saying they have been “unbiblical”.

Okotie additionally mentioned that carrying a face masks or face protect in church goes towards the fundamental tenets of the Christian religion.

The Fountain of Life

On Saturday, the Fountain of Life took to its social media web page to announce that its on-line providers will proceed.

Within the put up, the church mentioned it could talk date for resumption of bodily gatherings to members of the congregation.

“Our Church Service this Sunday will maintain on-line by 7am and 10am throughout our dwell streaming platforms – Fb, Instagram, Twitter, Mixlr, YouTube, Rave TV, and our web site,” it wrote on Twitter.

The Covenant Nation

The Covenant Nation can also be one other church that may not be reopening on Sunday. Poju Oyemade, senior pastor of the church, in a put up on social media, nevertheless, fastened September 6 because the tentative date for reopening.

“The Covenant Nation has set Sunday September 6 because the tentative date for the reopening of onsite Church providers. We are going to proceed all our providers on-line for now. Let’s keep in prayer,” he wrote.

Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN)

TB Joshua, founding father of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), on Tuesday revealed that his church would stay closed till he “hears from God.”

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He, nevertheless, recommended the Lagos state authorities for the directive.

“Nevertheless, having heard from the authorities, we at the moment are ready to listen to from God. Please be assured that as quickly as we hear from God, we are going to inform you when our providers will resume. Emmanuel – God is with us,” he wrote on Twitter.


Supply: TheCable

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