Once each year, Jehovah’s Witnesses commemorate the death of Jesus just as he commanded when he said: “Keep doing this in remembrance of me.”—Luke 22:19.
We invite you to attend this event.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the program?
It will last for about one hour.
Where will it be held?
Contact Jehovah’s Witnesses for local details.
Is there a fee to attend?
Will collections be taken?
No. Jehovah’s Witnesses never take collections at their meetings.
Is there a dress code?
While this event has no specific dress code, Jehovah’s Witnesses strive to follow the Bible’s advice to dress modestly and respectfully. (1 Timothy 2:9) Your clothing does not need to be expensive or formal.
What will happen at the Memorial?
The meeting starts and ends with the singing of a song, as well as a prayer offered by a minister of Jehovah’s Witnesses. The main feature of the Memorial is a talk about the importance of Jesus’ death and how we can benefit from what God and Christ have done for us.
For more details, see the article “Why Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Observe the Lord’s Supper Differently From the Way Other Religions Do?”