Some of the churches in Nigeria have disclosed how they would conduct their cross-over services, amid the second wave of COVID-19.
Churches like the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Dunamis International Gospel Centre, DIGC, Daystar Christian Centre, among others, said the cross over service would hold both physically and virtually.
In a post on its Facebook page, Pastor Enoch Adeboye of RCCG urged Nigerians to attend the crossover service.
Adeboye, wrote, “God has been so good to us. He has kept us despite the many hurdles of this year.
“It is time to crossover gallantly into 2021. Be a part of the crossover service and be empowered.”
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Pastor Poju Oyemade of the Daystar Christian Centre disclosed that the crossover service would be conducted online between 7pm to 9pm, both physically and virtually.
In a tweet, Oyemade wrote: “To join us for our cross-over service (physical and onsite). Venue: The Covenant Place, Iganmu. 7.00pm to 9.00pm. A time of teaching praises and declarations.”
On his part, Enenche assured that all safety measures would be put in place during the crossover service.
“Are you ready to cross over without carry over into the year 2021?
The Crossover service tomorrow by 9:30pm at the Glory Dome shall be a prophetic & destiny-defining time in God’s Presence. All safety measures advised will be put in place. You can’t afford to miss it. Invite friends and loved ones,” a post on the church’s official Facebook page reads.