Daystar Christian Centre Lagos will resume physical worship services from Sunday October 18, 2020.
Sunday worship services would be conducted in accordance with COVID-19 protocols and government’s laid down directives, the church said in a statement.
It said Sunday worship services will hold while the mid-week services and other events continue online.
Junior Church services will continue to hold online only pending further review, the church added.
It said at all centres (Oregun, Lekki, Ikorodu, Badagry, Alimosho, and The Star Hub), well trained officials will be on ground to maintain order and follow government’s laid down crowd control protocols.
The church further announced Sunday worship services will run at half capacity with two services at its centres.
For physical attendance at any of these locations, attendees are required to pre-register via the church website for seat allocation.
Pastor Sam Adeyemi had on August 7 declined to start physical services as directed by the Lagos State Government saying they will only commence Sunday services when it is safe.
The Adeyemis, who co-founded the church in 1995, said they would continue to hold online services until it is safe to reopen their expansive auditorium located in the Oregun area of the state.
“We thank God for the progress made so far by the federal and state governments, the NCDC and our frontline health workers. However, the leadership of Daystar Christian Centre has resolved NOT to open her worship centres for physical gathering on the immediate.
“Daystar Christian Centre will continue to hold her services online exclusively pending further review.
“We look forward to the resumption of physical services in a safe environment. We urge our members and friends to join us on all our online platforms for life-transforming services.
“God’s mercy that has preserved us thus far will cause this plague to pass over our families, nations and planet in Jesus’ name. Amen!”