Oyedepo, who made the announcement on social media, stated that the decision was in line with the state of emergency declared by Governor Logan of Maryland over the spread of coronavirus in most parts of the US.
The cleric revealed that services will hold online, noting that they will monitor information from health authorities before they decide to resume Church activities.
“We will not be holding Sunday Services this weekend @winnerschapelmd,” he announced.
“However, we are all encouraged to join a live broadcast streamed from our website and YouTube page. We are already victorious. #MDOnFire #RevivalFlames #NoFearHere.
“Although we are God’s children, we are still housed in a physical body. The health and safety of everyone who walks through our doors are of priority to us at Winners Chapel, Maryland @winnerschapelmaryland.
“We have kept up with the latest news update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and in response to the state of emergency declared by Governor Logan of Maryland, our public attendance services this weekend in church have been cancelled.
“We shall continue to keep close tabs with the news and reports from the CDC and local health authorities to know when it is safe to resume services in church.
“On account of this development, we encourage everyone to watch our live services this Sunday at 9 am. Remember that all things are working together for good for those that love the Lord.
“Please keep keeping everyone in prayer, our great nation as well as our world at large. There is power in prayer and the effectual fervent prayer of the righteous availeth much.”