World­wide cleanup cam­paign held

The Philippine Star - - OBITUARIES -

Al­most 400 mem­bers of the World Mis­sion So­ci­ety Church of God (WMS-COG)Manila, in co­op­er­a­tion with the of­fice of the Mayor Joseph Estrada and Mayni­lad con­ducted cleanup cam­paign en­ti­tle “3568th World­wide Cleanup Cam­paign in Cel­e­bra­tion of Win­ning the Queen’s Award for Vol­un­tary Ser­vice” at Manila Bay (be­side US em­bassy) last Feb. 26, (Sun­day), aim­ing to bring back the beauty of Manila.

The WMS-COG is pro­mot­ing to give not just spir­i­tual aware­ness but also eco­log­i­cal aware­ness to all mankind es­pe­cially youth in tak­ing the lead on the de­vel­op­ment of the en­vi­ron­ment.

As they care their fam­ily with Mother’s heart their mem­bers al­ways want to de­liver hope for those who suf­fer phys­i­cally and spir­i­tu­ally. The WMS-COG was es­tab­lished in South Korea in 1964 and it is the only church that shares Mother’s love to the whole world and be­lieves the ex­is­tence of God the Fa­ther and God the Mother.

It has 2500 churches lo­cated in 175 coun­tries across the globe and more than 100 churches in the Philip­pines bear­ing the love of Heav­enly Mother, New Jerusalem.

It also leads the whole world to­wards vol­un­teer ser­vice ac­tiv­i­ties and has been re­cently re­ceived the UK Queen’s Vol­un­tary Ser­vice Award (May 2016).

It was also awarded the “Pres­i­dent’s Call to Ser­vice Award” by US Pres­i­dent Barack Obama (2011, 2014, 2015) and was also awarded with the Korea Pres­i­den­tial Group Ci­ta­tion ( 2015) for the tremen­dous vol­un­teer ser­vice ac­tiv­i­ties (clean- up cam­paign, bloodletti­ng, vis­it­ing to se­nior cit­i­zens and gov­ern­ment of­fices, re­lief op­er­a­tions for dis­as­ters, con­cert for a cause, etc.) con­ducted all over the world.

Not only con­stantly par­tic­i­pat­ing in var­i­ous kinds of vol­un­teer com­mu­nity ser­vices, the church also prac­tices the truth of life in the Bi­ble like the Passover , Sab­bath and all feasts of the new covenant which was re­stored by the Sec­ond Com­ing Christ.

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