Jehovah’s Witnesses to commentate evening meal on Saturday

Jehovah’s Witnesses and friends will commemorate the Lord’s Evening Meal on Saturday.
This is the second year in a row that the Witnesses are celebrating the event virtually, owing to the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic.
In what is considered to be the most important event of the year on their calendar, Jehovah’s Witnesses have recently embarked on a worldwide campaign to invite as many as possible, through letter writing, telephone calls and other virtual means.
The event will be held after sundown and anyone interested in attending can contact them for the meeting time and Zoom login information.
The annual event is also being broadcast on local radio stations. “The pandemic has caused us to think about the things that are truly important, like our health, family, and most important, our relationship with our Creator,” said Andre Darrell, spokesman for Jehovah’s Witnesses. “Those who are searching for peace, security, comfort, and hope are warmly invited to attend,” Darrell said. “This special talk and the Memorial of Jesus Christ’s death will provide an outlook on present world events that will soothe aching hearts and provide a bright hope for the future.” There are no fees to attend, and no registration is required. To learn more about how to attend locally, ask one of Jehovah’s Witnesses or visit