Pastor Enoch Adeboye announced on Sunday that he and his wife will now not attend church services as the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG re-opens in Nigeria.
He spoke today in the course of the web Sunday carrier of the Church broadcast on Dove Television.
The 78 year-antique General Overseer said he and his spouse will no longer be a part of such gatherings in Lagos in observance of the protocol of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.
The NCDC advises people above sixty five years to hold off huge gatherings, such as spiritual services.
Adeboye also said his grandchildren will not be part of the offerings because they may be under 15.
He stated he’ll continue to conduct online offerings for a few weeks.
He stated Pastors underneath the Church are unfastened to resume services with their congregation or continue with the digital worship.
“We want to thank the Almighty God that some of us will start to acquire again as from subsequent Sunday.
“I believe that a number of you are already collecting in a few parts of the world and we trust that you will now begin to experience electricity of company prayers once once more.
“But as you collect together in all those places where you are free to acquire, please don’t forget those of us who can not acquire with you yet.
“People like me and my wife can not gather with you in Lagos because we are over 65 years of age and my grandchildren can not collect with you yet because they may be beneath 15 years of age.
“So, take into account us in prayers, so that very soon, we will be able to be part of you. And now that you are capable of pray collectively corporately.
“I am certain that your prayers can be some distance, a ways more powerful against this plague in order that very soon, all may be well.
“For those of you who are still at home, I assume I may be accomplishing out to you once more for a couple of weeks more.
” And for those of you who can accumulate, your Pastors can go back to their assignments.
“If they nevertheless want to sign up for those people who are nevertheless on lockdown, they may be welcome of course.”