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Sunday, 29 March 2020

STYLE: When It Becomes A "Jean" To Go To Church

The normal me would have started this post with a greeting like "Happy Sunday Sweetheart!" but today is not a normal Sunday. Who would have thought that going to church can turn out to be a sin?

Going To Church In Difficult Times


We are not permitted to go to church till further notice because the government has mandated everyone to maintain self-isolation and social-distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Social distancing and bans on large groups mean regular Sunday services are not feasible. Churches have had to adapt to a world with coronavirus;

Some have moved to live streaming their gatherings, some have posted videos church members can watch later while some have devised a means of splitting their services into batches of a 50-member congregation (fifty being the advised maximum number of a crowd gathering in this time).

My local church had to group members into sets of 50 to encourage many of her members to attend church service.

Even though I didn't want to go, Kachi dragged me out of bed and insisted we attend one of the services.

I was not in the mood to put any effort into choosing what to wear. I just wanted to be casual, carefree and comfortable. My jean jacket (which can also be worn as a dress) came in handy.


When Kachi posted the picture above on his WhatsApp status, some people commented that the picture captures the definition of social distancing very well. Lol.

Social distancing is deliberately increasing the physical space between people to avoid spreading illness. They say, staying at least six feet away from other people lessens your chances of catching COVID-19.


The pandemic can seem overwhelming, but in truth, every person can help slow down the spread of COVID-19. By doing your part, you can make a big difference to your health, and that of others around you.

Stay at home. Yes.

But do not distance yourself from the Creator you say you believe in, who made you for Himself — live out the faith!

May God's light shine its brightest in these dark times. Amen.

Stay inspired.
Stay positive.
Stay lovely.



Posted by Nwamaka Onyekachi
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