The Zion Christian Church (ZCC) has announced that it is officially reopening all of its church branches, the church is set to reopen on Sunday, 24 April after a two-year break.
The church had stopped all its activities in response to the declaration of a State of Disaster in March 2020, at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In a statement, the ZCC said the past two years have been difficult for every member. However, since the state of disaster has been lifted in countries where ZCC has its footprints, they have decided to reopen.
“The past two years have been difficult for every member of the Zion Christian Church, the announcement by the headquarters to close churches was to protect our lives against COVID 19 pandemic.”
“Since the State of Disaster is lifted in countries where ZCC has footprints, The Zion Christian Church has decided to reopen its branches after engaging internal and external stakeholders, this announcement will come as a relief to members of the church as we have been yearning for prayer sessions to resume.” reads the statement.
The church also said members of the Zion Christian Church who wish to attend a church service or take part in any activities of the church must provide proof of vaccination, along with an ID document to prove that the certificate belongs to them.
“They can also bring negative Covid-19 results (PCR or Rapid Antigen Test) not older than 72 hours. Those who have not vaccinated must provide a full medical report for not vaccinating, with full details of the medical practitioner. This provision will also apply to non-members,” read the statement.
All other branches will open except for Moria, the headquarters of the church in Limpopo and no choirs or singing will be allowed.
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