Pastor D.K Olukoya, General overseer of Mountain on Fire Ministries has announced that the church will not be resuming church service this Sunday, June 7.

'We have not resume church service' – MFM General Overseer, Pastor D.K Olukoya announces

With religious gathering now allowed in the country after place of worship have been in

lockdown for the past few months, Churches have started making plans on

how to resume their normal service.

However, members of MFM will not be having the opportunity of worshipping

together this Sunday as the church plan to hold service when they feel it’s safe.

Pastor D.K Olukoya via a post on his official Instagram Page noted that resumption

date will be announced soon adding that live broadcast of service will be aired on

terrestrial television.

Sharing a picture of the television station that will be airing the service, he wrote:

“Members are hereby informed that the Ministry has not resumed church services but will announce the opening date at the appropriate time.
We’re happy to inform you all that you can now join our services on your favorite platforms.
Starting from the 10th of June, 2020.
God bless you all.”

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