Cecilia Marfo's church has been closed .READ WHY!!!


The leadership of the Cecilia Marfo Worship Conference Center has announced that the church remains closed in spite of the lifting of the ban on all religious activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Sunday, May 31, 2020, President Nana Akufo-Addo eased the restrictions on religious gatherings under strict guidelines for churches and mosques that wish to open but to a limited number of 100 people and in a period of one hour.
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However, in an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, husband of gospel musician Cecilia Marfo, Clement Kofi Yeboah disclosed that, the worship center will remain closed despite the ease on religious gathering.

“Actually, we will wait for a while. That’s what my wife and I have decided on. We have some internal issues to sort out first before opening the church. It’s better to wait and sort things out than flouting the law. This is not the best time to open the church". Mr. Yeboah said.

Mr. Yeboah added that, Christianity is a spiritual activity and must be treated as such. He said, the church is a just a place where saints gather to worship and not necessarily where God lives.

“We have to understand that, Christianity is spiritual. We’re the church and not the building and where two or three people are gathered in Christ name, He is there. So the process where we all gather and worship at the building is the church.” Mr. Yeboah said.
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 He however noted, other churches who want to open their churches now have the liberty to do that but must adhere to all the guild lines on opening churches by the President.

Find below the government’s guidelines on the opening of churches:

Churches are to ensure a No-handshake, No-hugging and No-Spitting policy at all time.

No crowded dancing and waving of handkerchiefs during church services.

Microphones are to be sanitized immediately after each use.

All persons who speak or sing in churches must wear face mask during service.

Churches are to discourage singing in groups and instead use pre-recorded songs.

Pre-packaged communion bread and wine should be picked up by members at the point of entry.

Place offering bowls at the entrance and exit points for members to give offerings and tithes when entering or on their way out of church premises. Encourage cash transfers via mobile money or mobile banking as forms of giving offerings.

In observance of social-distancing protocols, laying-on of hands should not be allowed.

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SOURCE: SVTV AFRICA

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