New kingdom hall Washington State

by Are you serious 44 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • truth_b_known

    I haven't seen windows on a Kingdom Hall since 1987. I thought they were to have none to keep insurance rates down.

  • sparky1

    This is exactly the architectural abomination that the Witnesses in my area recently got. Only their new hall is built in a rural area on a back road beside a sand pit.

  • LV101

    All for resale options -- they have free contributors/labor/land so might as well experiment with new design/development and flip when/if the attendance plummets. More win/win.

  • sir82

    Is it just me? That is one depressing building.

    Looks like a municipal branch library from 1955.

  • Are you serious
    Are you serious

    Sparky1- this is the new design for all kingdom halls so yes, most likely identical to the one you're talking about.

  • _Morpheus

    This is fake news. We have been told the wt has collapsed. They simply cannot be constructing new buildings.

  • RubaDub

    Looks like a German pill box to me.

    Rub a Dub

  • Are you serious
    Are you serious
    We have been told the wt has collapsed. They simply cannot be constructing new buildings.

    Well I haven't heard of many kingdom halls being built anywhere. I don't think I've read anywhere someone proclaiming it has collapsed. It has stagnated big time and as a result not much construction is going on. The ONLY reason this one is being constructed is because the congregation currently meets in a community hall within a trailer park so they are basically being forced to build it.

  • days of future passed
    days of future passed

    They may not even be windows in the sense you can see thru them. The place that I work has these large black windows - that aren't. They just look like they are, so that the building doesn't look like a cement lego.

  • eyeuse2badub

    Yea they just built 2 of that same design in our area here in central Californication!. They are constructed out of dense foam blocks that fit together like legos. Then filled with concrete. Cheap to build, great insulation, R50, and easier to sell to a commercial concern. They sure as hell don't look like a place of worship!

    just saying!

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