I had the opportunity to worship with the Creve Coure Congregation on Wednesday evenings for the past 10 months or so. I found the congregation to be somewhat "cool" (not lukewarm, not hot and not cold). The Creve Coure Congregation demographics are mixed in age, gender and culture, which is a plus for young families. The congregation appears to be thriving spiritual with an exceptional number of elders, ministerial servants and pioneers. One Elder stood out as an exceptional teacher of the Bible. One Ministerial Servant is very good at arousing the thinking of the audience through effective use of illustrations. The Coordinator was very warm and inviting. He took a personal interest in me as an outsider and ensured that I had all the literature needed to participate in the meeting. A couple of the servants appear to be disoriented, perhaps because of age and at least two of the elders demonstrated a lack of professional development, perhaps due to heritage and environmental conditions. Nevertheless, I found the Creve Coure Congregation to be a place of where spiritual growth and theocratic advancement is possible for young and old alike. The only drawback to attending the Creve Coure Congregation is the location of the Kingdom Hall. Its on a dimly lit residential street and difficult to find in the dark. If you're new to the area, you will need a GPS to find the Kingdom Hall. Thus, my reason for 4 out of 5 stars.
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