Prayer news for the Methodist Church in Sierra Leone

Warm greetings and a very big thank you for your support for the Methodist church.

For your information we have been given permission by our government to open our churches since three weeks ago.

Services have started though some of our members are yet to see others going to church for fear of covid 19. However the cases are now going down and since the coming of covid only 67 deaths. The attendance in church is by strictly observing all the covid guidelines.

With regards violence there has not been any serious incident yet. There is a relative calm for now. Our schools have been opened only for those who were to sit exams. The primary schools have their NPSE Which is the NATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION on Monday 3rd August 2020.

The form three in secondary school and SSS3 are awaiting to take their own exams very soon after which the schools will be opened for all school going children. We are thankful to God since the opening of schools we have never had any case from any school yet. We hope and pray that nothing will happen to our children.

We have rescheduled our Conference in October to take place in Kenema with a limited number of members and is going to be only for two days. Only some major issues that will be discussed such as stationing and probationers etc.

We have also done some restructuring in the office. We have retired our Director of administration and the Accountant also will be leaving at the end of this month.

We have now employed one personnel who will now take over the two positions, the Director and the Account department. Always remember me in your prayers.

Once more I thank you very much for your help.

Stay safe and be blessed.

Bishop Mark
Methodist Church in Sierra Leone