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Cameroon/COVID-19: Apostolic Church reduces service attendance to 40 persons

Church services in all the assemblies of the Apostolic Church Cameroon TACC will henceforth be attended by forty persons and…

Church services in all the assemblies of the Apostolic Church Cameroon TACC will henceforth be attended by forty persons and last for one hour in accordance with Government’s Coronavirus response measure prohibiting the gathering of more than fifty persons.

The announcement was made Wednesday March 18 by the President of the Apostolic Church Cameroon TACC, Apostle E. J. Enow in a statement which temporarily reorganises church services.

“The services shall be in shifts of forty members to last for one hour per service…” Apostle E. J. Enow said in the statement.

“Pastors shall programme preachers as per service. Tithes and offerings order shall also be respected…” He added.

Given that this temporal reorganisation is due to growing concerns posed by the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic, Apostle E. J. Enow reminded his fold to hold prayer sessions against the deadly virus in each service.

As far as other denominations are concerned, the Catholic Church in Yaounde has decided to reduce its mass attendance to 50 persons meanwhile, the council of Imams has ordered a temporal suspension of group prayers.

These decisions are in compliance with Government’s Coronavirus response measure that prohibits the gathering of more than fifty persons within fifteen days renewable if deemed necessary.

 

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