Pastors have been voicing desires to have churches opened at 100% full capacity for the approaching Easter weekend. At the same time, they have been condemning homosexuality and those who worship other gods, reports IOL.
While making their voice heard calling for 100% capacity in their churches over the Easter weekend, pastors have been seen condemning homosexuality and those who worship other gods. https://t.co/2sGBc0SbPH
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Around 90 church leaders marched from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) campus to Parliament on Friday for a “National Day of Protest and Prayer Against The Third Wave”.
The maximum number of people allowed at any gathering is 100 indoors or 250 outdoors.
While gathering in protest to relinquish this restriction, pastors went on to shun homosexuality and the worshipping of other gods.
“We repent! We repent! We repent for sin of homosexuality! We repent for sin of homosexuality, in the name of Jesus! We repent for sin of worshipping other gods, in the name of Jesus! Forgive us!” pastor Z. Baliso proclaimed.
When asked about what the pastors had said, pastor Baliso said the following:
“I don’t know, that was not our agenda, our agenda is about the re-opening of the church to full capacity.”