T.B Joshua’s Synagogue Church Reopens After 21 Weeks

The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) returned to normal services on Sunday, 21 months after it was closed because of the COVID-19 epidemic.

TB Joshua, the late founder of the SCOAN, had announced a halt to regular services in March 2020 when the Federal Government announced measures to combat the disease’s spread.

However, in a statement posted on the official Facebook page of TB Joshua’s Ministries, the church stated, “At God’s time, everything is lovely!” Healing, deliverance, and all of God’s gifts come to pass! “It’s time!” to mark the resumption of services.

While the government eventually loosened the policy, allowing worship centers to resume services—but only in accordance with safety regulations – TB Joshua’s church maintained its online services. The clergyman had stated on multiple occasions that he was waiting for divine guidance on his next action.

The closure, which occurred well before the cleric’s death in June of this year, was also upheld by the late pastor’s wife, Evelyn Joshua.

A visit to the church’s web platform revealed videos and photos of attendees inside the Synagogue building in WifeLagos State’s Ikotun-Egbe neighborhood.

Evelyn Joshua, who emerged as the leader of the Lagos-based church after a leadership dispute, led the service in accordance with COVID-19 standards.

The restoration to normal church service on Sunday comes five months after the death of the Ondo-born pastor who was credited for attracting numerous high-profile politicians to the SCOAN while he was alive.

His funeral, which took place roughly a month after his death, drew hundreds of mourners from within and beyond the country, despite the fact that senior pastors in Nigeria generally missed the occasion.

He died on June 5th, only hours after finishing a service, although the cause of his death was never revealed.

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