In Honduras, church activities continue in wake of ousted president

The office of the Adventist Church’s Mid-Central American Union in Tegucigalpa, Honduras oversees a church membership of more than 416,000 throughout Honduras and El Salvador. [Mid-Central American Union/IAD] Seventh-day Adventist Church services and activities have continued uninterrupted in the wake of an interim government coming to power after the ousting of the nation’s president several weeks ago. The overthrow sparked demonstrations in the capital city of Tegucigalpa, where residents now follow a curfew and have noted an increased military presence.

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