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Nagaland not to celebrate Easter

By The Assam Tribune
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KOHIMA, April 7 - Churches in Christian-majority Nagaland have decided to forego Easter celebration, that falls on April 12 during the ongoing lockdown, for the first time since the formation of the State in 1963.

The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC), the largest church body in the State, has informed its associate bodies that there would be no sunrise service on Easter Sunday to prevent mass gathering of people amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

�Though we will not be able to congregate to conduct the public sunrise service, we call upon every family to come out of their homes from 4.45 am to 5.40 am to conduct family sunrise service in the compound of their houses,� a statement issued by NBCC general secretary Zelhou Keyho said. � PTI

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Nagaland not to celebrate Easter

KOHIMA, April 7 - Churches in Christian-majority Nagaland have decided to forego Easter celebration, that falls on April 12 during the ongoing lockdown, for the first time since the formation of the State in 1963.

The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC), the largest church body in the State, has informed its associate bodies that there would be no sunrise service on Easter Sunday to prevent mass gathering of people amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

�Though we will not be able to congregate to conduct the public sunrise service, we call upon every family to come out of their homes from 4.45 am to 5.40 am to conduct family sunrise service in the compound of their houses,� a statement issued by NBCC general secretary Zelhou Keyho said. � PTI

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