GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — Near the Beginning of the Pandemic the Jehovah’s Witness organization made the decision to suspend in person ministry for the first time in the history of the organization. Anthony Lucas, a local witness, told KREX that the announcement was “massive.” Equally massive though, is the more recent announcement that things are returning to normal. As of September first, the organization has returned to in person ministry, ending restrictions, and returning to the way things used to be.

Local witnesses expressed nervousness and excitement about the return, saying, “it was both an exciting thing, and a very nerve-wracking thing because, I mean, I haven’t done it for two years with talking to someone face to face.” The excitement is really what shines through though as they hit the pavement once again.

Then Jehovah’s Witness may come knocking, and that brings us all one step closer to normalcy after two years of life in a pandemic.