After nearly three years of online assemblies and conventions, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, yesterday, resumed their much-famed in-person assembly programmes across the globe.
These assemblies have been held virtually since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 although they resumed meetings at their Kingdom Halls from April 2022.
However, their larger assembly facilities across the globe remained under lockdown.
But yesterday, thousands thronged to the Assembly Hall in Lekki the first of these assemblies since the start of the pandemic.
Exciting attendees filled the auditorium to the brim as the programme commenced with a musical presentation while 62 other assemblies are also holding this weekend at other cities in Nigeria, including Badagry, Ota, Daluwon, Benin, and Awi.
The assembly programme entitled: “Jehovah’s United Family” featured a three-part symposium. The speakers highlighted the biblical histories of Elihu, a friend to Job, Lydia, a first-century disciple of Jesus, and Jesus Himself. These historical figures were excellent examples of helping those around them to feel comfortable, an ideal requirement for peaceful family relations.
A key feature of assemblies and conventions of Jehovah’s Witnesses is baptism of new converts. About 42 new members were baptised at the Lekki Assembly Hall alone yesterday.
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