Do you still pass in front of your kingdom hall?

by JH 20 Replies latest jw friends

  • Lady Lee
    Lady Lee

    When I was in Montreal I lived in the same territory as the hall and would pass it every now and then. It was sold to another church.

    Then I went to Winnipeg and wound up living 3 blocks from the hall.

    And finally I went to Ottawa and again lived3-4 blocks from the hall.

    But now (still in Ottawa) I am a little further from that hall and I haven't gone looking for another

  • damselfly

    As close to never as I can possibly get away with. There's a lot around here though so I do pass by a lot of them.

    The boy always asks "why there's no windows?"


  • blondie

    JH, just don't "pass" through the fire or you may have an explosive situation.

    (2 Chronicles 33:6) 6

    And he himself made his own sons pass through the fire in the valley of the son of HinĀ“nom. . .

  • Warlock

    Did you mean "do you still pass OUT in front of the kingdom hall?".

    Every chance I get.


  • Nosferatu

    Yeah, I still pass by it once in a while, and I flip it off everytime.... Except when there's a meeting. Then I point and laugh at them while I have my free Thursday night.

    I finally feel like Satan!

  • Warlock


    He's in the ivy, with a GOATee.Warlock

  • Beachbender

    yes unfortunately quite often, for the KH happens to be in the same area and neighborhood where are best friends have a house!!! I feel like throwing an egg or two at the door when we drive by!! I guess that`s pretty sad!

  • fullofdoubtnow

    I never drive past my former kh nowadays, it's on a small side road off a main one, which I sometimes drive down, so I pass close to it, but don't see it.

  • done4good

    Luckily, I moved about an hour away from any hall I was assoiciated with. Don't know where one is in the area I'm in, and don't care,(makes "fading" much easier, btw...).

  • BlackSwan of Memphis
    BlackSwan of Memphis

    Yeah often.

    It's right by me and it's a road that I take often to go places.

    I keep trying to work up the nerve to drive in to the parking lot to leave Something on their cars while they're in field service.

    But then a big part of me thinks: Wouldn't work well. As soon as one person reads it's contents the rest would be trashed within seconds.

    Oh well.


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