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No congregation for Nagaland Sunrise Service

By Correspondent

DIMAPUR, April 8 - The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) today appealed to people to hold the family Sunrise Service on April 12 in the compound of their houses as there would be no public congregation this time in view of the ongoing lockdown.

The council called upon every family to come out of their homes from 4.50 am to 5.40 am on April 12 to have the family Sunrise Service in their own compound, but not outside.

The service can be held on the porch, yard, terrace, garden or any other place within the compound, NBCC general secretary Rev Zelhou Keyho said in a release.

�As public gatherings and worships are suspended, we have come to experience that there is a deep longing in our people to seek God for deliverance from our situation,� he said.

Keyho said that meaningful messages and other creative arrangements are being prepared for the families to have meaningful worship and family time together.

He said the world is reeling under the fear of not knowing what tomorrow will bring as the �events of the week unfold and lead us to the jubilation of the resurrection of our Lord�.

The NBCC observed that although the people were tired of the lockdown as it entails many inconveniences, they have adjusted themselves within a short notice. Keyho hoped that the Sunrise Service would bring the people close to God.

�This is not a ritualistic programme but to proclaim His salvation and proclaim to the world that we are grateful and thankful for the salvation He brought to us,� he added.

FIR lodged: The Muslim Council Dimapur on Wednesday lodged an FIR against Cedee Lama for allegedly trying to tarnish its image on social media.

In the FIR lodged with the Dimapur Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime), the council�s working president, A Rahman, said that Lama circulated misinformation on a Facebook group named �The Naga Blog� by stating that the council is harbouring illegal Bangladeshi immigrants.

The council said it is a registered organisation working hand in hand with the administration and the police for the welfare of the district as well as the State, and is now busy helping the needy in this hour of crisis.

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No congregation for Nagaland Sunrise Service

DIMAPUR, April 8 - The Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) today appealed to people to hold the family Sunrise Service on April 12 in the compound of their houses as there would be no public congregation this time in view of the ongoing lockdown.

The council called upon every family to come out of their homes from 4.50 am to 5.40 am on April 12 to have the family Sunrise Service in their own compound, but not outside.

The service can be held on the porch, yard, terrace, garden or any other place within the compound, NBCC general secretary Rev Zelhou Keyho said in a release.

�As public gatherings and worships are suspended, we have come to experience that there is a deep longing in our people to seek God for deliverance from our situation,� he said.

Keyho said that meaningful messages and other creative arrangements are being prepared for the families to have meaningful worship and family time together.

He said the world is reeling under the fear of not knowing what tomorrow will bring as the �events of the week unfold and lead us to the jubilation of the resurrection of our Lord�.

The NBCC observed that although the people were tired of the lockdown as it entails many inconveniences, they have adjusted themselves within a short notice. Keyho hoped that the Sunrise Service would bring the people close to God.

�This is not a ritualistic programme but to proclaim His salvation and proclaim to the world that we are grateful and thankful for the salvation He brought to us,� he added.

FIR lodged: The Muslim Council Dimapur on Wednesday lodged an FIR against Cedee Lama for allegedly trying to tarnish its image on social media.

In the FIR lodged with the Dimapur Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime), the council�s working president, A Rahman, said that Lama circulated misinformation on a Facebook group named �The Naga Blog� by stating that the council is harbouring illegal Bangladeshi immigrants.

The council said it is a registered organisation working hand in hand with the administration and the police for the welfare of the district as well as the State, and is now busy helping the needy in this hour of crisis.

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