In the Democratic Republic of Congo, residents are required to wear masks to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Residents are able to attend church in small groups, meeting in homes, if attendees wear masks. So the Community of Baptist Churches in Central Africa is giving people masks.
The association purchased 960 masks and gave two each to people in four Goma churches. Individuals can wear one of the masks for a day, wash it, and wear the second mask while the first one is drying, explains Pastor Ndihokubwimana Pascal, president of the association.
“Many blessings to you,” he says to Regular Baptist International and its donors. “Praying for possible new doors of blessings as you advocate for the many needs in this COVID-19 pandemic period.”