Seventh Day Adventist Churches are ready to welcome their parishioners back on Sunday.
This, according to Public Affairs Director of the Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh Day Adventists, Pastor Clive Dottin.
Speaking with News Power Now on Friday, Dottin said the Seventh Day Adventist Church has done a lot to ensure that it is ready to resume services amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
On Wednesday, Government published guidelines for places of worship now that they are allowed to congregate.
However, Pastor Dottin admitted that some members are concerned about returning to churches.
He said the Church has taken steps to ensure fearful members that they will be safe.
These include seeking medical advice and the implementation of social distancing measures.
He said this is being done in partnership with the safety groups of the churches and the director of health at each church.