The Synagogue Church Of All Nations SCOAN, will on Sunday, December 5, 2021 begin live services at its Ikotun-Egbe headquarters 21 months after it was closed.
The church made this disclosure in Friday, stating that life will begin to beam again at the Synagogue from Sunday as its gate will be open for its global members who have all been yearning for the church to begin the usual live service programs.
Recalled that late Prophet T B Joshua, the Founder and General Overseer of the Ministry had in March 2020 suspended the regular Sunday Services following the outbreak of Covid-19 pademic which almost paralyzed the whole world.
Till his passing on June 5 this year, the church remained under lock unlike other churches who had commenced services since last year, saying: “he was yet to hear from God on church reopening, we will only reopen when we receive an instruction to do so from God”.
The church further stated that: “There has been a lot of pressure from members globally for the church to resume services after the passing of the great man of God but the church’s new leadership under Prophetess Mrs Evelyn TB Joshua maintained the position of her late husband that “the reopening of the church for normal Sunday services will only commence with the intimation of the holy spirit” and that is what is now taking place. Besides, the mourning period of the God’s General would have been over.
“The SCOAN has had its own fair shares of the usual leadership and succession tussles in human affairs, an avoidable situation especially in The SCOAN but for the misguided few disciples all of whom have now retraced their wrong steps.”
A strong church member, Mr. Babs Olorunwa, on the reopening said the church today has been thoroughly reorganized for better performance. “The hand of God remains very strong upon this church with the few prayer gatherings I witnessed on the church mountain. I tell you categorically, God would never forsake His own. Synagogue Church Of All Nations is alive. Glory be to Go.
“The church resumption now is a response to the call of the Holy Spirit that the services begin as a manifestation of God’s anointing towards the glorification of His Mighty Name at this blessed, festive