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South Kingdom Hall in Morelia, Mexico

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This is the second of two consecutive photography posts. This one features the South Kingdom Hall in Morelia, where we have our Bible meetings. Starting this Friday we will be meeting at Camelinas Kingdom Hall. I will be sure to post photos of the new hall in November. Enjoy, Tina
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The front of the Kingdom Hall in Morelia. We were meeting for our Bible ministry this morning. The parking lot is on the left of the hall.
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There are two floors. English meets on top. They hold two separate meetings at once.
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Five separate congregations meet at this Kingdom Hall in Morelia. Three Spanish, one English, and one Sign Language.
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The upstairs entrance with restrooms on the right and the second school on the left. There is also a storage room and a coat room.
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The entrance to the second floor with stairways on both sides.
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The upstairs auditorium. There is no central air, only windows and ceiling fans.
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The stage with a literature counter on one side and a magazine counter on the other side.
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Viewing the auditorium from the stage.
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My very cute little man with his new “too long, cause that was all they had” tie on.

I hope you enjoyed the tour. We had dinner last night after our Bible meeting since our congregation is moving to a new location. They had pizza, drinks, desserts, and a few homemade Mexican dishes. It was very loving.

You can see that this Kingdom Hall in Morelia is very different from those we have in Kentucky. The congregations here don’t have the money to build a “beautiful” hall. But that isn’t what is important. The hall is efficient and functional and we all enjoy meeting here together. Signing off, Tina

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