Since 1999, over 5,000 Kingdom Halls have been built in Mexico and the seven countries of Central America. Why are non-Witnesses eager to see new Kingdom Halls in their communities?
See the progress that has been made on the Britain branch construction project near the city of Chelmsford, Essex.
Wall panels and roofs were completed on a residence building, pedestrian bridges between buildings were installed, and work began on several landscaping projects.
Jehovah’s Witnesses are constructing new buildings and renovating existing facilities at the Philippines branch office in Quezon City.
By February, some 2,500 worked on the project each day, with about 500 temporary volunteers arriving each week. Take a look at the progress.
The construction of the future world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses is progressing. At one point, 13 cranes were in operation at the same time!
See the progress of the expansion project at Jehovah’s Witnesses’ branch facilities in Wallkill, New York, U.S.A.
A special meeting was held to celebrate a milestone with Kingdom Hall construction in Nigeria. A brief history of the work of Jehovah’s Witnesses since the 1920’s was featured.
See some of the progress with construction of the Vehicle Maintenance Building, the Administration Offices/Services Building, and the C and D residence buildings.
To attend an assembly or convention at this Assembly Hall, some Witnesses will travel by boat for three days!
Jehovah’s unified people transcend national boundaries, cultures, and languages to provide Kingdom Halls and other buildings, all to Jehovah’s praise.
Volunteers from far and wide work together to build the future world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
See how five teams of volunteers built two Kingdom Halls in 28 days.
Jehovah’s Witnesses have begun construction of their new world headquarters in rural New York State. How are they protecting the habitat?
Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Philippines reached a milestone with their unique Kingdom Hall construction program.
Jehovah’s Witnesses from the United States and beyond are volunteering as construction workers in Tuxedo, New York. Why?
Jehovah’s Witnesses are building a new world headquarters in Warwick, New York. They are convinced of divine guidance on this unique project.
Work continues on the future world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Warwick, New York. See what some Witness volunteers say about their experience.
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.
Watch time-lapse clips of recent developments at the Wallkill construction site.
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.
See the area in upstate New York where we are planning to relocate our world headquarters.
After being located in Brooklyn, New York, since 1909, why are we relocating to upstate New York?