St. John The Baptist Church in Cape Coast, Central Region has placed a ban on provocative and inappropriate dresses in the house of the Lord.
Catholic church bans inappropriate dresses
St. John The Baptist Church in Cape Coast, Central Region has placed a ban on some dresses described as provocative and inappropriate in the presence of the Lord.
Banned clothings include armless, short sleeved dresses, short dresses, cleavage showing dresses.
Andrew Kofi Wofersor, president of the church stated that the dresses worn by most women to church now is against Christianity.
Explaining the reason for the ban, Wofersor said that Muslims wear what they wear to look decent and not to distract men.
“It is not that the dresses are not good, but they are not good for the church. When we stop them from putting them on to church, at a point in time they will even stop wearing them to public places,” Mr. Wofersor said.
Wofersor urged parents and guardians to monitor what their wards wear.
Recently, the Anglican Church in Enugu banned the wearing of tube wedding gowns. The Most Rev, Emmanuel Chukwuma, Archbishop of the Anglican Archdiocese of Enugu.
Chukwuma stated that priests and senior clergymen have been informed to inspect indecent dresses and approve wedding gowns before the solemnisation ceremony.
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