Mrs Ozzie and I spent about a year in the post-Dub period of our lives examining beliefs and especially our own. We were convinced that the WTS was certainly not "the Troof" but we found we needed to examine ourselves i.e. once we stripped away Dub dogma, what did we believe?
We confirmed we were christians and then sought out other christians to fellowship with, but where were they?
We were fortunate (or God led) to a particular church which we settled into. Of course, it wasn't easy the first time; in fact Mrs O and I sat outside for a while before entering the service. But once in, we were amazed at how different it was to what we had imagined, or to what the Borg-meisters had told us. Love, joy and praise abounded. We liked it and kept on going.
Later we were invited to share at another (small) church to share in building up the fellowship. That's where we still are but these days it has grown (doubled in a couple of years) to the point that we are desparate for a new church building!
I regularly share in leading and preaching at services and recently Mrs O and I entered the ministry team. Mrs O has been licensed by our bishop for ministry and ministers in the area of women and conducts a young mums group full of women she has personally discipled. Yes, the church too takes keenly the admonishion to "make disciples of people of all nations"! (Matt 28). It's not just the JWs who seek to make disciples!
We are not confined to one church but have visited and spoken at many different churches of varying denominations. I know this is something hard for dubs to understand, believing as they do in "God's organisation?". However, a christian is one individually and fellowships with others, not as anglicans or methodists or baptists but, as christians i.e. a christian who attends an anglican church.