Yesterday my father-in-law handed me a packet he had received from some Jehovah's Witnesses that came to the door. They had been asking around for deaf people and he mentioned that I am deaf. They gave him some literature and a copy of the Bible in American Sign Language:
This particular church is the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses at 1025 S. 24th St, Mesa, Arizona. I'm not a Jehovah's Witness (nor particularly religious at all) but I did find this pretty interesting, that they have services entirely in ASL (not just interpreted). I wonder if having the ASL services at this location is new, because I can't find much mention of it online.
Have you ever attended church in American Sign Language? Are entirely-ASL services available in your area?