Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs include works such as learning about Jehovah, living a moral life, regular witnessing to others, and obeying God's commandments as part of the requirements for salvation.
Trinity - Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs reject the doctrine of the Trinity.
Sacraments - The Watchtower Society recognizes two sacraments: baptism and communion.
Persons of "a reasonable age" to make a commitment are baptized by full immersion in water.
Hell - Hell is humankind's "common grave," not a place of torment. Annihilationism is the belief that all unbelievers will be destroyed after death, instead of spending an eternity of punishment in hell.
Holy Spirit - The Holy Spirit, when mentioned in the Bible, is a force of Jehovah, and not a separate Person in the Godhead, according to Witness teachings.
They arrive in caravans, bringing Tupperware, coolers, blankets and, most importantly, their Bibles.
Here they can pray among peers, feeling a sense of community instead of isolation.
The rest of saved humanity will live forever on a restored earth.Communion - Jehovah's Witnesses (also known as the Watchtower Society) observe the "Lord's Evening Meal" as a memorial to Jehovah's love and to Christ's redemptive sacrifice.