My maternal Baba and Gigi were staunch Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Every Sunday, they used to attend services – referred to as meetings – at the Kingdom Hall. However, my grandparents developed health and mobility issues, making it difficult to drive into Arborg for meetings. The Kingdom Hall solved the problem. My grandparents were provided with a phone with conference call capabilities, and they were able to partake in the meetings from home.
That was in the late-1990s.Continue reading “Worship at Home, Not in a Parking Lot – Manitoba isn’t “Attacking Your Religion””