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Interesting newspaper write up from Bremerton WA

A pandemic pivot for religious organizations that typically go door-to-door

Jessie Darland
Kitsap Sun

"Instead of a knock on the door, you may receive a call on the phone or a letter in the mail from a Jehovah’s Witness. 

Religious organizations known for their door-to-door ministry have tried a new approach in reaching people while avoiding contact during the COVID-19 pandemic. ..."



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Hhmm. Interesting. And the Mormons continue on as usual? Okay, so they take precautions maybe...



People have appreciated that the missionaries have worn masks and stepped back to distance themselves from the person answering the door, Larsen said.

Maybe they'll appreciate Jehovah's Witnesses even more for not coming to their door at all!


Jehovah's people don't want to take those chances. Just one transmission of the virus to another person would be too many.

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9 minutes ago, bohemian said:

What is a Kitsap?

Kitsap Sun, Bremerton, WA.  The daily news source of the Kitsap Peninsula.

Though earlier referred to as the Great Peninsula or Indian Peninsula, with "Great Peninsula" still its official name,[1] its current name comes from Kitsap County, which occupies most of the peninsula. It is thus the namesake of Chief Kitsap, an 18th- and 19th-century warrior and medicine man of the Suquamish Tribe.

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