Jehovah’s Witnesses have resumed their door-to-door ministry beginning Sept. 1, with the two-and-a-half-year suspension of the in-person work ending just in time for the launch of a global campaign featuring an interactive program for Bible study.
The decision to resume the door-to-door ministry marks the complete restoration of all pre-pandemic in-person activities for the nearly 1.3 million Jehovah’s Witnesses in about 13,000 congregations in the United States. Houses of worship (called Kingdom Halls) were reopened on April 1, witnessing in public places resumed on May 31 and in-person conventions are again being planned for 2023.
“We are very much looking forward to returning to the house-to-house ministry,” said Mark Landerer, a Dutton resident, who will be heading out to the neighborhood with his wife, Charlene, in the coming weeks.
“I have missed the personal interaction with people in our community,” Charlene said. “It is much easier to get to know them when we’re in p...
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