Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, is back on its slated service activities as the church has been closed since 2020.
It was learnt that worshippers gathered in the church on Sunday to observe their old routine fellowship, which was halted for the sake of avoiding the COVID-19 pandemic while it was at its peak.
Founded by the late T.B Joshua, before his passing, the prophet joined the rest of the churches in Lagos State and the country at large and adhered to the Federal Government’s directive to shut down all worship centres among other places and businesses.
As contained in a statement published on the church official Facebook page, the church wrote: “At God’s time, everything is beautiful! Healing, deliverance, and all of God’s blessings happen! Now is the time!” to signal the restart of services.”
Synagogue Church Reopens
All the while, Prophet TBJoshua‘s and his congregation continued with the online services while waiting for the Government to bring down the stringent measures.
The closure, which came long before the demise of the cleric in June this year, was equally maintained by the late preacher’s wife, Evelyn Joshua.
According to the report, a visit to the church’s digital platform showed videos and pictures of worshippers inside the Synagogue building in the Ikotun-Egbe Area of the State.