Here’s How To Follow Religious Proceedings From Home In Kenya

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As it stands, public gatherings are being greatly discouraged due to the threat of COVID19. In typical preventive fashion, some religious houses have stared banning church services in a bid to curb the spread of this virus. In the past week alone, Jamia Mosque, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Lavington, and Shrine Of Mary Help of Christians, Upper Hill have all announced a temporary suspension of their religious meetings in a bid to curb the spread of the deadly Corona Virus.

However, some religious institutions insist on not stopping their meetings and are instead opting to adhere to social distancing as advised by the World Health Organization. This model involves rearranging seats in the church to ensure that the members of the congregation seat at least one meter apart, removal of peace signs like holy water from the church’s entrance, banning Sunday School, banning contact through hugs and handshakes.

That being said, here are some ways to keep tabs with your religious following from home:


Following Religious Sermons On TV.

This may not be the case with all churches, however, if your church has the facilities to live stream their church services on telly then this provides a great way through which congregants can follow up on church proceedings.

Case In Point:

Jubilee Christian Church – On KTN TV Sunday From 8am- 10am

Eagles Christian Church Live Service on K24 from 8am – 10am

Following Religious Livestreams on Youtube

Say you have a clear idea of which religious service you intend to listen to, then you should check to see if they have a Livestream channel on YouTube. This is an effective way of subscribing to religious services while indoors.

Case In Point:

Jubilee Christan Church – On YouTube

Eagles Christian Church Ministries – On Youtube

Winners Chapel Kenya – On YouTube


A Phone Representation of socil media livestream

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Following Religious Livestreams on Social Media

With advancements in technology, nearly all mainstream social media platforms have a Livestream feature. Among the social media platforms with a Livestream feature include Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram through IGTV. These Livestream tools can help you access the religious proceedings in realtime from whichever part of the world.

Case In Point Being:

Winners Chapel Kenya – On Facebook Live Broadcast

Eagles Christian Church Ministries – Facebook Broadcast


Listening To Audio Recordings of Religious Services

Audio recording of services and procedures can be used as a great way of listening to religious information while at home. These can be uploaded as podcasts on top listening sites like Spotify for subscribers to listen to.

Case In Point:

Auburn Grace Community Church – Podcast


A logo of Whatsapp To represent religious proceedings

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Using Whatsapp Groups

Whatsapp messages relayed on Whatsapp groups can also be a great way to share scriptures, videos, and audio recordings on religious proceedings. For consumption at home.


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