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I would say that I would love to talk to them and that every effort is made to meet them in their homes.

But while they are in a bar they are probably not in a position to have a productive discussion about anything serious.

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In my area we do preach to people in the bars.

Our COW (do not be confused - Circuit overseer's wife LOL)

gave a comment at a service meeting about our sisters preaching to the Turkish sailors in the port bar .

She told that there also were another two women - local prostitutes...

But the effect was absolutely amazing. Seamen stopped smoking, listen to our sisters, took magazines and left donations. :thumbsup:

Just give them this info and continue your preaching

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Would that be evening or night witnessing?

In our area we call them pubs (public house). Definitely not a place for 2 sisters, I would leave it to the brothers. It's a place where mostly men go after work to relax with a few drinks or a thousand with their mates, often ending with a fight or two.

We don't have any arrangements here to do bars or pubs. We would have to get approval from the owner/manager first of course.

Other areas might be different.

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Hi, Fiona!

Personally I do not preach in the bars/pubs and also think that it is not right place for sisters.

But situation might be different if the bar is expensive/not for everyone to come, and if visitors are Muslims,

(Their belief doesn't allow them to drink alcohol at a day time LOL),

Plus there are no Turkish speaking brothers in that area, one sister only.

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