In a spectacular display of devotion and unity, the members of Phaneroo Ministries in Kampala, Uganda, have achieved a remarkable milestone by setting a new Guinness World Record for the longest continuous applause. The event, known as “Clap for Jesus,” unfolded in a bustling hall at the heart of Uganda’s capital city, marking the church’s ninth anniversary.
With unwavering enthusiasm and unwavering determination, 926 participants from Phaneroo Ministries congregated to partake in this record-breaking endeavour. The challenge was crystal clear: sustain an uninterrupted round of applause for an astounding three hours.
Vigilant stewards meticulously oversaw the event, ensuring that participants clapped without interruption. Those who paused were promptly escorted out of the competition. The atmosphere crackled with electric energy as church members cheered each other on, all in the spirit of celebrating their faith and the church’s anniversary.
The victorious congregation not only met the challenge but exceeded it, smashing the previous Guinness World Record of two hours and five minutes, set by Clark Stevens and The Festival of Awesomeness in the United Kingdom in 2019.
The “Clap for Jesus” event not only underscored the unwavering dedication of Phaneroo Ministries’ members but also highlighted their commitment to celebrating their faith in distinctive and memorable ways.
Reverend Mark Kigozi, the leader of Phaneroo Ministries, expressed profound gratitude and joy at the church’s remarkable achievement. “This incredible feat is a testament to the unity and faith of our congregation. We are truly honoured to have established a new world record and to share this extraordinary moment with the world. It is all for the glory of God,” he remarked.
The “Clap for Jesus” celebration stands as a remarkable testament to the power of faith, unity, and the pursuit of extraordinary accomplishments in the name of devotion. As the world takes note of this exceptional achievement, Phaneroo Ministries in Kampala has etched its name into the annals of Guinness World Records history.