Friday, August 07, 2020
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It is absolutely wrong to call churches non essential

In his Sunday service message, Pastor Aloysius Bujjingo of House of Prayer Ministries International - HPMI disagreed with those who categorize churches as nonessential services.

Pastor Bujjingo emphasized the role of churches to the desperate souls who seek their attention with the example of what happened at Masaka Police station, where a desperate young man set himself ablaze before the police officers who had impounded his motorcycle.
He cautioned the grown up children who seek help from parents though they are formally employed, Pastor Bujjingo says this must stop because it shows no developmental attitude.
Due to the lockdown brought up by the Coronavirus outbreak since March 20th, churches remain closed while other services have turned to normal.
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