Popular Ugandan church breaks Guinness world record for longest hand-clapping session

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A popular Ugandan Church has broken the Guinness World Record for the longest applause after ecstatic members of the church clapped for a staggering 3 hours and 16 minutes nonstop.

The unprecedented three hours and sixteen minutes clapping expedition featured strict rules that included – clapping hands only with no vocal noise and stomping, no musical instruments, all phones in silent mode and no bathroom breaks.

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Also, sound levels had to be maintained at 80 decibels for the duration of the attempt and, in case one needed a pint of water or some soda, someone would be assigned to them, holding a bottle to their mouth, as they sipped the drink, clapping.

This unprecedented achievement dubbed “Clap for Jesus”  took place on Sunday, July 30, 2023, at the UMA multipurpose hall as Phaneroo Ministries marked their 9th anniversary.


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