Top Church leadership in West Ankole Diocese has today met and prayed the Litany in view of the COVID -19 (Corona virus disease) pandemic seeking Gods face. This was at the Bishop’s office on Bweranyangi hill.

The Bishop, Rt. Johnson Twinomujuni, who shared from 2nd Chronicles chapters 6 and 7 informed the diocese that it is time to come to God in prayer and seek his pardon. He expressed his sincere passion for the countries that have been hit hard.

After the prayers which took half a day, the bishop met top leaders to agree on how to guide the entire diocesan population in this period when the President suspended church meetings and Sunday services.

At the end of the meeting, they agreed on the following;

  • No Sunday, mid- week, fellowships, or overnight services will be conducted till the 21st of April – unless the suspension is lifted earlier. 
  • Churches shall remain open every day (between 8am and 6pm) for individual prayers.
  •  Prayers will continue in homes. Each family will pray alone at home. We have provided a short liturgy for the Sunday prayers in homes.
  • No gathering will be allowed at the Church anytime, anywhere – even on Easter. 

Concerning giving (tithe and offertory), the leadership agreed that no offertory shall be sent to mobile phones or be given to individual ministers or lay readers during the suspension period. 

To ensure order and proper accountability, Christians are advised to keep their offertory, tithe, and any other form of gifts till the suspension is lifted.

May the Lord bless and keep you all.

Zadock Amanyisa

Communications Officer



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