Jehovah’s Witnesses from the United States and beyond are volunteering as construction workers in Tuxedo, New York. Why?
Over the past 28 years, Jehovah’s Witnesses have constructed buildings in 120 countries, donating their skill and time without pay. Learn more about this unique construction program.
Two significant building projects of Jehovah’s Witnesses in the United States are moving ahead, thanks to the hard work of volunteers from across the country.
In Australia, Jehovah’s Witnesses received commendation for outstanding construction safety practices.
After being located in Brooklyn, New York, since 1909, why are we relocating to upstate New York?