Community shows support after Jehovah’s Witnesses Hall arsons

Community shows Christian Support after Jehovah’s Witnesses Hall Arsons

Interfaith Works, an umbrella organization of diverse faith communities in Thurston County, said it began responding and talking about the incident right away.

“There’s a great deal of concern and empathy for the community that was targeted,” said Interfaith Works Executive Director Daniel Kadden.

On Facebook, they posted a message of support and they say they hope to send a more personal response to the Kingdom Halls soon.


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  1. Interfaith Works would be MORE CHRISTIAN than Jehovah’s witnesses any day. I have NEVER seen any JW group help any community that was not one of their OWN MEMBERS. Their only charity is towards their own in any disaster. The talk of helping the community by giving them a leaflet only, here homeless neighbor “eat that” if you change to worship with us then we will help u, if you don’t tough you going to die…. until then watch us help our members while you suffer….

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