Phaneroo Ministries Church in Uganda has made history by clinching a remarkable Guinness World Record for the longest applause. Located in the vibrant capital city of Uganda, Kampala, this devout congregation gathered to commemorate their church’s ninth anniversary through a spirited event titled “Clap For Jesus.”
During this extraordinary celebration, the devoted followers of Phaneroo Ministries Church astounded the world by clapping continuously for an astonishing 3 hours and 16 minutes. Their collective applause was not only long-lasting but also consistently resonated at an average of 88.5 decibels (dB). It was an imperative requirement to maintain an audio intensity surpassing 80 dB throughout the entire jubilant event to validate this remarkable achievement.
An astounding 926 participants wholeheartedly contributed to this awe-inspiring feat, clapping relentlessly for over three hours. To earn the official Guinness World Record recognition, it was crucial for them to remain above the 80 dB threshold for the entire duration, as stated by Guinness World Records in an official statement.
Grace Lubega, the esteemed leader of the church, elucidated that the purpose behind organizing “Clap For Jesus” was to unite people in a spirit of gratitude and celebration. The event was a lively and joyous affair, with dedicated stewards ensuring that participants maintained their applause without any interruptions.
This remarkable achievement by the Ugandan church has surpassed the previous record, which stood at two hours and five minutes, held by Clark Stevens and The Festival of Awesomeness in the United Kingdom in 2019.
In conclusion, Phaneroo Ministries Church in Uganda has made history by setting a new Guinness World Record for the longest applause, demonstrating their unwavering devotion and commitment to celebrating their faith with enthusiasm and unity.