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Members are defined in subgroups as new unbaptized, active baptized, non-active baptized, disassociated, and disfellowshipped.
“New unbaptized” members include many thousands that are regular associates who attend meetings at Kingdom Halls, but do not do any door-to-door preaching on their own.
They do not celebrate birthdays or participate in any birthday parties of others.
Modern religious historians classify this group as an Adventist sect.
Founded in the late 19th century by Charles Taze Russell, often referred to as “Pastor Russell,” the group emerged from the Bible Student Movement and Russell’s publishing company, Zion’s Watchtower.
This group includes small children and those who are still involved in primary Bible studies under a mentor Jehovah’s Witness who is “active.” “Active baptized” members are referred to as “brothers” and “sisters.” They are expected to attend all meetings held at the local Kingdom Hall and to participate in the door-to-door preaching work on a weekly basis.
Active members are further divided into categories that include regular publishers, vacation pioneers, pioneers, special pioneers, overseers, and elders.