The Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos, says it will resume physical Sunday worship services from October 18.
In a statement on Sunday, the management of the church said the services will be conducted in line with COVID-19 protocol.
It said weekly services will still be held virtually.
“Sunday worship services will be conducted in accordance with the COVID-19 protocols and government’s laid down directives,” the church management said.
“From the stated date, 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.
“At all centres (Ikeja, 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. We urge everyone to cooperate with them.
“For a start, Sunday worship services will run at half capacity with two services at the following times in each location; Oregun Centre: 7am and 9am, Lekki Centre 7am and 9am, Ikorodu Centre 9am and 11am, Badagry centre 9am and 11am and The StarHub 9am and 11am.”
The management said all those who want to attend any of the physical services will have to pre-register online at www.daystarng.org for seat allocation.
“Live streaming of all services also continues on all our online platforms and ON DEMAND through the week,” it said.
“God will answer our prayers for this siege to be over very soon and we pray God’s protection over our families in Jesus’ name.”