Jehovah’s witnesses believe that;
• God the father(whose name is Jehovah) is “the only God”
• The Holy Spirit is not a person: it is Gods active force.
• Jesus is not an equal to God.
• Jesus was God’s first creation.
• Jesus Christ is a mighty being but is not God.
• Witnesses pray to Jehovah.
Sikhs believe that:
• God is present everywhere.
• God is not born, so will never die.
• God is the creator of the universe.
• Equality of all human beings.
• Sikh’s have 10 Guru’s but pray to the main one Guru Granth Sahib.
Forms of Worship:
Meetings for worship and study are held at Kingdom Halls. Witnesses are assigned to a congregation in whose “territory” they reside and are expected to attend weekly meetings as scheduled by congregation elders. During meetings and formal circumstances they refer to one another as “brother” or “sister”. Forms of Worship:
Sikhs can pray at anytime and any place, Sikhs aim to get up early, bathe, and then start the day by meditating to God. A Sikh should get up three hours before dawn take a bath and, concentrating his/her thoughts on One Immortal Being, repeat the name Waheguru (Wondrous Destroyer of Darkness.
Jehovah’s witnesses do not celebrate, Easter, Halloween, Christmas or birthdays. They only celebrate the Memorial of Christ’s Death. This falls on a different day every year although this falls near Easter it rarely falls actually on Easter. Festivals:
There are lots of festivals to be celebrated through the year. Some...