KH dedication

by stan livedeath 5 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • stan livedeath
    stan livedeath

    correct me if i'm wrong--

    when a new-build or existing property is acquired for use as a Kingdom hall----is it still the custom to have a sort of "dedication to jehovah" type of service ?

    if it is--what happens when the property is sold ? is it de-dedicated ?

    does anyone know the most bizarre or inappropriate use of a former KH ?

  • ToesUp

    Our KH was sold to a church a few years ago. We can't enter a church for a wedding or to do work but WT can sell the KH to Babylon the Great. Really? The height of hypocrisy!

    One of our family members will NOT enter a KH for any reason. Several family members (non JW's) had church weddings that she would not attend. It hurt feelings when she did not show up. The ironic thing is, she doesn't think there is anything wrong with WT selling our KH to a church. Weird!!!!

  • stuckinarut2

    haha! Great thread Stan.

    I know of a hall that was sold to a Budhist group. In the foyer where the WT logo once was, is now a giant Budha statue...

  • Wake Me Up Before You Jo-Ho
    Wake Me Up Before You Jo-Ho

    @stuckinarut2 That giant stone statue of Buddha probably didn't look unlike the stone statue they have of Mark up at Warwick:

  • ToesUp

    God...Mark looks so sincere doesn't he? lol What a damn phony!

  • Bobcat
    if it is--what happens when the property is sold ? is it de-dedicated ?

    This is interesting. When it comes to dedication and baptism, the Society says a person's dedication cannot be recalled or undone. Building 'dedications' on the part of the Society are a sham.

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