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Church of Pentecost resumes church service tomorrow

Church of Pentecost resumes church service

Church of Pentecost resumes church service tomorrow

Church of Pentecost resumes church service: The Church of Pentecost Ghana will resume church services beginning tomorrow Sunday, June 7th, 2020 nationwide.

This follows the lifting of the ban on church services though with a caveat such as social distancing, and adherence to strict hygiene protocols. For instance, a church depending on its size cannot host more than 100 people and services are to run for not more than 1 hour.

However, there will be several church services that could even run into 10 or more services depending on the number of members.

The church MyNewsGh.com gathers has begun speaking to members to find out whether they will be comfortable worshiping in the church or they will organize church services at home.

However, the church is encouraging members who have peculiar health issues and children to stay home and organize family church services together.

The Church of Pentecost already has the family or cell system in which a group of people largely families within a locality come together to undertake bible studies together.

 

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