Monrovia – Three (3) religious denominations in Liberia have rejected President George Manneh Weah’s pronouncement on the recommencement of divine worship services in churches operating in the country beginning this Sunday, May 17, 2020. Previously, the Liberian Chief Executive mandated the closure of all churches, and mosques, among others following the outbreak of Covid-19 in Liberia. In a statement issued under the signature of the Vicar General of the Episcopal Church in Liberia, The Ven. It remains whether or not churches of other denominations or beliefs will follow the decision taken by the Catholic, Bethel and Episcopal churches in Liberia to delay the commencement of regular worship services. Meanwhile, the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC) is expected to reportedly issue a statement very soon.
Source: Front Page Africa May 14, 2020 23:14 UTC