HOLY DAYS/SPECIAL SERVICES NEW YEAR DAY: the church does not hold service on New Year day, rather, there is a vigil which starts from the last night of the previous year to the morning of the first day of the new year. This vigil shall be referred to as “Cross Over Night”.
GOOD FRIDAY, EASTHER SUNDAY: These are also National recognized Christian holidays to commemorate the crucifixion, Death, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The church therefore regards these days and uses the opportunity to hold service accordingly and glorify God as the spirit of the Lord Leads or directs. The church does not worship any particular day of the year, neither does the church observe or hold on to any day as of any special importance or consequence for the salvation of the soul or relationship with God. We are at liberty to observe or not to observe any day unto the Lord, as we have been admonished in Rom. 14:5-8. The church rather uses the opportunity of the holidays set aside to remember those cardinal events in the Christian faith to glorify God and His will.