- A family have gone viral after a video of them holding a church service in their home popped up
- The video has the family fully dressed for church even though the service was being held in their house
- More interesting was the decision to take offertory after the sermon was delivered
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There are currently bans on public gatherings in Ghana and across many parts of the world as the world fights the dread Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
These bans have affected social gatherings including funerals, parties, and church services across the globe.
But many churches have found novel ways of reaching out to their congregants and other Christians through social media, radio and television and many have embraced these new ways of worship.
One such group of people is a family which has gone viral after a video of them having a church service in their house popped up online.
The family did not only join a church service on television while in their house but they dressed up like they were going to worship in church.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the family led by the mother and father could be seen beautifully dressed in their living room participating in a church service being held on TV.
Later, an offering bowl was passed around for the family members to give their offerings after the sermon.
It is not clear where the family is from but the video has been trending on social media since it popped up on the afternoon of Sunday, March 29, 2020.
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