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2013

Worldwide Volunteer Services for the Day of New Jerusalem 2013 & the 96th Anniversary of the Birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong

2013 December

Our Mother Writing and Photo Exhibition

in Jeonju, Korea

2013 December

Healing Concert with Mother's Heart

in Seoul

2013 December

Volunteer Services in Commemoration of 96th Anniversary of the Birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong

(Charity events, visiting welfare facilities, environmental cleanups, disaster reliefs, healing concerts in Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Incheon, Bucheon, Seongnam, Ansan, Namyangju, Hanam, Hwaseong, Paju, Chuncheon, Donghae, Gangneung, Cheonan, Asan, Jinju, Naju, Haenam, Sangju, Andong, Yeongju, Changwon, Gimhae, Gumi, Milyang of Korea; New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, El Paso, Dallas, Orange County of US; Melbourne of Australia; Rajahmundry of India; Lima and Huancayo of Peru.)

2013 November

International Bible Seminar 2013

in Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute and WMC Head Office Building

2013 November

61st Overseas Visiting Group

(from the US, Canada, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, Malaysia, Singapore, Greece, Slovakia, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Latvia, Ukraine, UK, Spain, Ireland, Italy, Australia and New Zealand)

2013 November

Our Mother Writing and Photo Exhibition

in Seoul and Suwon, Korea

2013 November

Healing Concert with Mother's Heart

in Seoul, Seongnam, Gunpo and Wonju, Korea

2013 November

The Worldwide Volunteer Service for the Day of New Jerusalem 2013

(Charity events, kimchi-making events, free haircuts for senior citizens, visiting senior citizen centers, environmental cleanups, disaster reliefs, blood drives, campaigns to establish basic order and more in Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Incheon, Seongnam, Anyang, Siheung, Gwangmyeong, Osan, Pocheon, Dongducheon, Uijeongbu, Taebaek, Seosan, Jeonju, Youngcheon, Gumi, Sacheon, Changwon, Gimhae of Korea; Tokyo of Japan, Dallas and Baltimore of the US, Manchester of the UK, Cebu of the Philippines, Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia, Bangkok of Thailand, Phnom Penh of Cambodia, Mumbai of India, and Manaus of Brazil)

2013 October

Environmental cleanups

in Seoul, Daegu, Incheon, Gwangmyeong and Anyang, Korea

2013 October

Blood drive to Give Life

in New York, US

2013 October

Charity Events

in Anyang and Gyeongsan, Korea

2013 September

“Our Mother” Writing and Photo Exhibition

(Seoul, Busan, Daejeon, Incheon)

2013 September

Healing Concert with Mother’s Heart

(Seoul, Incheon, Bucheon, Namyangju, Gunpo, Ilsan, Seongnam)

2013 September

Environmental Cleanup Campaign

(Seoul, Incheon, Daegu, Ulsan, Seongnam, Hwaseong, Siheung, Nonsan, Uijeongbu, Dongducheon, Chuncheon, Seosan, Boryeong, Wanju, Wonju, Iksan, Jecheon, Jeonju, Gimhae, Geojae, Sangju, Mungyeong, Korea; New York, USA; Lima, Chimbote, Callao, Huaraz, Trujillo, Peru)

2013 September

Blood Drive to Give Life

(Tokyo, Japan; Santiago, Chile; Oakland, New Zealand)

2013 September

Helping Neighbors in Need

(Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Gwanju, Incheon, Anyang, Gunpo, Gwangmyeong, Gangneung, Asan, Naju, Jeonju, Gimhae, and Gwangju in Gyeonggi Province)

2013 August

The 60th Overseas Visiting Group

(Nepal, Croatia, India, Singapore)

2013 August

Healing Concert with Mother’s Heart

(Seoul, Chuncheon, Ilsan, Namyangju, Uijeongbu, Seongnam, Paju, Anyang, Gwangju in Gyeonggi Province)

2013 August

Environmental Cleanup Campaign

(Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Incheon, Yongin, Anyang, Namyangju, Uijeongbu, Jeongju, Pahang, Gimhae, Tongyeong, Korea; Manchester, UK; Berlin, Germany; Davao, Philippines)

2013 August

Blood Drive to Give Life

(Hatfield, Pretoria, Rep. of South Africa)

2013 August

Visit to Senior Citizen Centers

(Seongnam)

2013 July

The 59th Overseas Visiting Group

(Singapore, Philippines, Sri Lanka)

2013 July

Healing Concert with Mother’s Heart

(Seoul, Pyeongtaek, Siheung, Suwon)

2013 July

Environmental Cleanup Campaign

(Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Incheon,Suwon, Seongnam, Yongin, Pyeongtaek, Hwaseong, Uijeongbu, Dongducheon, Gangneung, Wonju, Donghae, Asan, Changwon, Gimhae, Milyang, Yangsan, Korea; Santiago, Chile)

2013 July

Blood Drive to Give Life

New York, USA; San Juan, Puerto Rico)

2013 July

Helping Neighbors in Need

(Seoul, Seongnam, Anyang, Quezon City, Philippines; Phenom Penh, Cambodia)

2013 June

"Our Mother" Writing and Photo Exhibition

(Seoul)

2013 June

Environmental Cleanup Campaign

(Seoul, Seongnam, Incheon, Suwon, Anyang, Osan, Chuncheon, Siheung, Namyangju, Daejeon, Seosan, Iksan, Gwangju, Daegu, Sangju, Yangsan, Gimhae and Donghae, Korea; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Lima, Peru)

2013 June

Volunteer Service Activities to Help Farmers

(Chuncheon, Dangjin, Gwangyang, Yeongcheon, Uiseong, Milyang and Changwon, Korea)

2013 May

Environmental Cleanup Campaign

(Incheon, Suwon, Anyang, Bucheon, Namyangju, Uijeongbu, Daejeon, Gimjae, Iksan, Jinju, Yangsan and Seogwipo, Korea; Chennai, India; Bogota, Colombia)

2013 April

The 58th Overseas Visiting Group

(from Cambodia, Taiwan, Mongolia, Singapore, Canada, and France)

2013 April

Worldwide Environmental Cleanup Campaign for the Passover 2013

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2013 April

Helping Neighbors in Need

(Lima, Peru; Santa Fe, Argentina; El Paso, USA; Phnom Penh, Cambodia)

2013 April

Volunteer Activities at Senior Citizen Centers

(Los Angeles, Orange County, and Houston, USA; Caracas, Venezuela; Lima, Peru; Asuncion, Paraguay; Manchester, UK; Singapore; Davao, Manila, Laoag and Paranaque, Philippines; Cape Town, Rep. of South Africa; Vientiane, Laos; Atlanta, USA; Yeongcheon, Korea)

2013 April

Visit to Senior Citizen Centers

(Orlando, USA; Bucheon, Korea)

2013 April

Disaster Relief Efforts

(Chicago, USA; Buenos Aires, Argentina)

2013 March

The Church of God Messiah Orchestra Concert for the Workers in the Spring of 2013

(in Incheon)

2013 March

The Worldwide Volunteer Service for the Passover 2013

(Environmental cleanup campaign, charity event, blood drive, disaster relief, etc.)

2013 February

Orchestra Concert for the Church of God Students

(Seoul, Incheon, Suwon, Gunpo, Ansan, Goyang, Gangneung)

2013 January

Street Cleanup Campaign During the Winter Student Camp

(Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Incheon, Chungju and Yeosu of Korea and Lima of Peru)

2013 January

Orchestra Concert for the Church of God Students

(Seongnam, Daejeon, Cheongju, Jecheon, Cheonan, Gumi, Gwangju, Mokpo, Suncheon, Gunsan, Daegu, Pohang, Ulsan, Busan)

2012

Sent 286 Short-term Mission Teams to Overseas, Worldwide Environmental Cleanup Campaign for the Passover 2012

2012 December

Sent 18 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Athens in Greece, Auckland of New Zealand, Copenhagen of Denmark, Petaling Jaya and Puchong of Malaysia, Puebla of Mexico, Seattle of USA, Sofia of Bulgaria, Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre of Brazil, Stockholm of Sweden, Tallinn of Estonia, Vienna of Austria, Warsaw of Poland, and Valezuela, Imus, Tarlac and Pasig of Philippines)

2012 December

The Worldwide Volunteer Service for the Day of New Jerusalem 2012

(Environmental cleanups, blood drives, charity events, free haircuts for senior citizens, consolatory parties for the senior citizens, kimchi-making events, briquette deliveries)

2012 November

Sent 5 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Melacca and Johor Bahru of Malaysia, Sapporo of Japan, Pagadian of Philippines, and Budapest of Hungary)

2012 October

Sent 17 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Christchurch of New Zealand, Kaohsiung of Taiwan, Riga of Latvia, Ulaanbaatar of Mongolia, Klang of Malaysia, Dallas of USA, Belem and Cuiaba of Brazil, Stockholm of Sweden, Tirana of Albania, Montevideo of Uruguay, Zagreb of Croatia, Bangkok of Thailand, Lisbon of Portugal, Muntinlupa of Philippines, Helsinki of Finland, and Quezon City of Philippines)

2012 September

Sent 2 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Kiev of Ukraine and Helsinki of Finland)

2012 August

Sent 15 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Gelugor, Malacca and Kuching of Malaysia, Queretaro of Mexico, Curitiba of Brazil, Stockholm of Sweden, Madrid of Spain, Dublin of Ireland, Surabaya of Indonesia, Saitama of Japan, Phnom Penh of Cambodia, Warsaw of Poland, Calamba of Philippines, General Santos of Philippines, and Brisbane of Australia)

2012 August

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Typhoon Bolaven-damaged Area

(Gwangju, Jeonju, Mokpo, Seosan)

2012 July

Sent 14 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Gelugor, Melacca and kuching of Indonesia, Queretaro of Mexico, Curitiba of Brazil, Stockholm of Sweden, Madrid of Spain, Dublin of Ireland, Surabaya of Indonesia Saitama of Japan, Phnom Penh of Cambodia, Warsaw of Poland, Calamba of Philippines, General Santos of Philippines and Brisbane of Australia)

2012 June

Sent 31 Sort-Term Mission Teams

(to Athens and Thessaloniki of Greece, Cape Town of Rep. of South Africa, Kaohsiung of Taiwan, Essen of Germany, Kota Kinabalu, Petaling Jaya and Puchong of Malaysia, Darkhan and Ulaanbaatar of Mongolia, Los Angeles of USA (2 teams), Dakha of Bangladesh, Sao Paulo, Teresina of Brazil, Bratislava of Slovakia, Manchester of UK, San Salvador of El Salvador, New Delhi of India, Jakarta of Indonesia, Prague of Czech Rep., Cagayan de Oro of Philippines, Zagreb of Croatia, Warsaw of Poland, Helsinki of Finland, San Pablo, Caloocan and Quezon City of Philippines, Lima of Peru, Budapest of Hungary, and Sydney of Australia)

2012 May

Party for Senior Citizens in the Family Month

(Gwanak in Seoul)

2012 May

Sent 2 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to New York of USA and Brasilia of Brazil)

2012 April

Sent 9 Short-Term Mission Teams

(to Blagoveshchensk and Krasnodar of Russia, Ampang of Malaysia, San Manuel of Mexico, Baltimore of USA, Barcelona of Spain, Yokohama of Japan, Manila of Philippines, and Davao of Philippines)

2012 April

The 57th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea

(from Greece, Hungary, Romania, Germany, Austria, France, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Ukraine, Russia, USA, Guam and Canada)

2012 March

The Church of God Student Orchestra Concert Tour (in Changwon, Jeonju, Ulsan and Chuncheon in Korea)

2012 March

Worldwide Blood Drive to Give Life Through the Love of the Passover

2012 March

Worldwide Environmental Cleanup Campaign for the Passover 2012

2012 March

Sent 9 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Pretoria in South Africa, Gelugor in Malaysia, Naucalpan in Mexico, Cariacica in Brazil, Sofia in Bulgaria, Pondicherry in India, Helsinki in Finland, Manila and Davao in Philippines)

2012 March

Established 1 Overseas Church (Havana Church in Cuba)

2012 February

The Church of God Student Orchestra Concert Tour(in Sungnam, Seoul, Incheon, Suwon and Daegu in Korea)

2012 February

Sent 13 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Athens in Greece, San Nicolas de los Garza in Mexico,Huston in USA, Minsk in Belarus, Madrid in Spain, Bratislava in Slovakia, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Jabalpur in India, Yokohama in Japan, Warsaw in Poland, and Baguio and Paranaque in Philippines)

2012 February

Established 1 Overseas Church (2nd San Diego Church in USA)

2012 January

Sent 27 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Accra in Ghana, Cape Town in South Africa, Bochum in Germany, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Puebla in Mexico, Cuernavaca in Mexico, Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Los Angeles and San Francisco in USA, Yangon in Burma, Dhaka in Bangladesh, Sao Paulo and Salvador in Brazil, Manchester in UK, Hyderabad, Ludhiana and Jambi in India, Jakarta in Indonesia, Tokyo and Sapporo in Japan, Lima in Peru, Quezon City, Marikina City, Bacoor and Pasay in Philippines and Sidney in Australia)

2012 January

Established 5 Overseas Church (Barcelona Church in Spain, 4th Kuala Lumpur Church in Malaysia, 2nd Davao Church in Philippines, 2nd Quito Church in Ecuador, 2nd Singapore Church)

2012

Disaster Relief Effort for the Hurricane Sandy-damaged Area

(Ridgewood, Hoboken, Breezy point, Staten Island, Toms River, Union Beach in New Jersey, USA)

2011

Sent 286 Short-Term Mission Teams Abroad
Environmental Cleanup Campaign to Meet the Passover 2011

2011 December

Established 1 Overseas Church (2nd Kuala Lumpur Church in Malaysia, 7th Lima Church in Peru)

2011 December

Sent 45 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Athens and Thessalonica in Greece, Hamburg in Germany, Taoyuan in Rep. of China, Nizhny Novgorod in Russia, Columbus in USA, Cape Town in Rep. of South Africa, Johor Baharu (2 teams), Petaling Jaya and Gelugor in Malaysia, Puebla, Ixtapaluca and Ecatepec in Mexico, Caracas in Venezuela, Gaborone in Botswana, Osasco, Guarulhos, Manaus, Londrina and Joao Pessoa in Brazil, Singapore, Guayaquil and Quito in Ecuador, Navi Mumbai, Kanpur, Visakhapatnam, Thane, Dehradun and Nagpur in India, Medan and Pontianak in Indonesia, Lusaka in Zambia, Hong Kong in China, Puente Alto in Chile, Bangkok in Thailand, Asuncion in Paraguay, Antipolo City, Davao, Bacolod, Makati, Laoag, Sanpablo and Dasmarinas in Philippines, Kampong Cham in Cambodia)

2011 December

Opening Ceremony of Dongbaek Training Institute

2011 December

The 17th Messiah Orchestra Concert Tour

(in Suwon Gymnasium, to help flood victims in Thailand and earthquake victims in Turkey)

2011 December

Volunteer activities to share love and happiness with our neighbors in commemoration of 94th anniversary of the birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong

(Blood drive, free haircut service, help citizens living alone and parentless households, environmental cleanup campaign in Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Incheon, Seongnam, Gwangyang, Iksan, Jeonju, Gimhae, Jecheon, Changwon and Chuncheon in Korea, Miami in USA, Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Manaus in Brazil, etc.)

2011 November

Established 3 Overseas Churches (Joao Pessoa Church in Brazil, 2nd Sao Paulo Church and Belem Church in Brazil)

2011 November

Sent 64 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Guatemala City in Guatemala, Thessalonica in Greece, Windhoek in Namibia, Taichung in Rep. of China, Essen in Germany, Vilnius in Lithuania, St. Petersburg in Russia, Kota Kinabalu, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur (2 teams), Kuching and Melaka in Malaysia, Nezahualcoyotl and Atlixco in Mexico, Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Indianapolis and Los Angeles in USA, La Paz in Bolivia, Teresina, Campinas, Sao Concalo, Brasilia, Rio Branco, Recife, Arecaju and Belo Horizonte in Brazil, Bratislava in Slovakia, Singapore, Buenos Aires in Argentina, Montevideo in Uruguay, Pune (2 teams), Kolkata, Nellore, Panaji and Mumbai in India, Bandung in Indonesia, Fukuoka in Japan, Kingston in Jamaica, Battambang, Siemreap and Phnom Penh in Cambodia, Bogota in Columbia, Chiang Mai and Udontani in Thailand, Lisbon in Portugal, Paris and Lyon in France, Malabon, Taguig, Butuan, General Santos, Cebu, Muntinlupa, Kalookan, Quezon City (3 teams), Manila and Iloilo in Philippines, Dar ex Salaam in Tanzania, Lome in Togo)

2011 November

The 56th Overseas Visiting Group (from Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Columbia, Argentina, Ecuador, Venezuela, Uruguay, USA, Canada, and Sweden)

2011 October

Established 1 Overseas Church (3rd Ulaanbaatar Church in Mongolia)

2011 October

Sent 5 Short-Term Mission Teams (to San Antonio in USA, Irkutsk and Khabarovsk in Russia, Mumbai and Virar in India)

2011 October

The 55th Overseas Visiting Group (from Rep. of China, India, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, New Zealand)

2011 September

Established 1 Overseas Church (Kaohsiung Church in Rep. of China)

2011 September

Sent 31 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Kaohsiung in Rep. of China, Klang and Ipoh in Malaysia, Chilpancingo and Toluca in Mexico, Erdenet in Mongolia, Oklahoma City, Minneapolis and Pittsburgh in USA, Londrina, Joao Pessoa, Goiania, Duque de Caxias, Campo Grande, Salvador and Cuiaba in Brazil, Paramaribo in Suriname, New Delhi, Delhi, Kanpur, Pondicherry, Indore, Chandigarh, Faridabad, Ludhiana, Mysore and Lucknow in India, Pontianak in Indonesia, Kampong Cham in Cambodia, San Jose, Costa Rica and Perth in Australia)

2011 August

The 54th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Philippines, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Rep. of South Africa, Ghana, Malawi, Canada, USA)

2011 August

Sent 74 Short-Term Mission Teams (to New York and Seattle in USA, Fukuoka and Kyoto in Japan, Bandung and Jakarta in Indonesia, Klang, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and Johor Baharu in Malaysia, Taichung and Taoyuan in Rep. of China, New Territories in Hong Kong China, Nashik, Rajahmundry, Kolhapur, Navi Mumbai, Warangal, Solapur, Aanand, Thane, Boisar, Agra, Tirunelveli, Meerut and Madurai in India, Stuttgart in Germany, San Salvador in El Salvador, Rancagua in Chile, Fortaleza, Joinville, Sao Paulo, Curitiba and Canoas in Brazil, Pasig, Marikina City, Dasmarinas, Baguio, Valenzuela, Kalookan, Bacoor, Pasay, Antipolo City and Pagadian in Philippines, Ulaanbaatar (2 teams) in Mongolia, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and Saint Petersburg in Russia, Almaty in Kazakhstan, Kiev in Ukraine, Newcastle and Melbourne in Australia, Johannesburg in Rep. of South Africa, Dhaka in Bangladesh, Surabaya in Indonesia, Phnom Penh in Cambodia, Bangkae and Rayong in Thailand, Oslo in Norway, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Dublin in Ireland, Krasnoyarskiy and Krasnodar in Russia, Quito in Ecuador, Yerevan in Armenia, Singapore in Singapore, Monterrey in Mexico, Bucharest in Romania, Madrid in Spain, Belgrade in Serbia, Riga in Latvia, Tirana in Albania)

2011 August

Established 6 Overseas Churches ( Indianapolis Church in USA, Canoas Church in Brazil, Rajahmundry Church in India, Caloocan Church in Philippines, Pereira Church in Colombia, 2nd Caracas Church in Benezuela

2011 July

The 53rd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from India, Nepal, Japan)

2011 July

Volunteer Activity to Restore Damage Caused by Landslide in Mt. Woomyeon

2011 July

Sent 77 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Montgomery, New York (2 teams), Jacksonville, Little Rock, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles in USA, Medan (2 teams) and Jakarta in Indonesia, Chelyabinsk, Irkutsk, Blagoveshchensk, Krasnodar, Habaropsk, Vladivostok and Saint Petersburg in Russia, Singapore (2 teams) in Singapore, Hsinchu (2 teams) and Kaohsiung in Rep. of China, Cordoba in Argentina, Puebla and Guadalajara in Mexico, Santiago, Puente Alto and Valparaiso in Chile, Melaka, Ipoh, Johor Baharu (2 teams), Gelugor, Klang, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching in Malaysia, Cape Town (2 teams) in Rep. of South Africa, Windhoek in Namibia, Belem, Recife, Sao Paulo and Cariacica in Brazil, North Shore in New Zealand, Sapporo (2 teams) and Okinawa in Japan, Cagayan de Oro, Manila, Laoag, Mandaluyong, Davao, Las Pinas, Calamba, Malabon, Bacolod and Manila in Philippines, Siemreap in Cambodia, Bandung in Indonesia, Bremen in Germany, New Territories in Hong Kong China, Managua in Nicaragua, Gaborone in Botswana, Gauhati, Tiruchirapalli, Vellore and Vapi in India, Budapest in Hungary, Lusaka in Zambia, Prague in Czech, Warsaw in Poland, Salzburg in Austria, Rotterdam in the Netherlands, Colombo in Sri Lanka, Zagreb in Croatia, Berlin in Germany, Dunedin in New Zealand

2011 June

The 52nd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Bolivia, El Salvador, Paraguay, Panama, Brazil, USA, Spain, Portugal)

2011 June

Sent 36 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Zagreb in Croatia, Kingston in Jamaica, El Paso, Chicago, Raleigh and Providence in USA, Ecatepec in Mexico, Cebu, Butuan, Sanpablo, Muntinlupa, Makati and Iloilo in Philippines, Ulaanbaatar and Darhan in Mongolia, Gelugor and Melaka in Malaysia, Shillong, Bhilai, Kochi and Aurangabad in India, Tallinn in Estonia, Qazan, Saint Petersburg, Krasnoyarskiy, Vladivostok, Nizniy Nvgorod, Moscow and Irkutsk in Russia, Dunedin in New Zealand, Sarajevo and Herzegovina in Bosnia, Birmingham in UK, Cape Town in Rep. of South Africa, Edmonton and Toronto in Canada, Dhaka in Bangladesh)

2011 June

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Guayaquil Church in Ecuador, Kumamoto Church in Japan)

2011 June

Received the US President’s Volunteer Service Award Presented from Barack Obama (General Pastor Joo-Cheol Kim)

2011 June

Received the US President’s Call to Service Award from Barack Obama for Volunteer Service over 4,000 Hours in Her Lifetime (Mother)

2011 June

Received the US President’s Volunteer Service Award from Barack Obama (Church of God)

2011 May

Blood Drive to Give Life Through the Love of the Passover (in Seoul, Suwon, Daejeon, Cheongju, Chuncheon, Singapore)

2011 May

The 51st Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Mongolia, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, Myanmar, Australia, New Zealand, Rep. of South Africa, USA)

2011 May

The 50th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Russia)

2011 May

Sent 24 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Managua in Nicaragua, Santiago in Chile, Taichung in Rep. of China, Agartala, Surat, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Ludhiana and Margao in India, Krasnodar and khabarovsk in Russia, Riverside in USA, Vancouver in Canada, Bello in Colombia, Campinas and Belo Horizonte in Brazil, Leipzig in Germany, Auckland in New Zealand, Buenos Aires in Argentina, Valencia in Spain, Harare in Zimbabwe, Cape Town in Rep. of South Africa, Brussels in Belgium, Belgrade in Serbia)

2011 May

Established 6 Overseas Churches (Orange County Church, Washington D.C. Church and Honolulu Church in USA, Copenhagen Church in Denmark, 11th Kathmandu Church and Gaigat Church in Nepal)

2011 April

Blood Drive to Give Life Through the Love of the Passover (in Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Changwon and Jeonju in Korea, Phoenix in USA)

2011 April

Sent 28 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Vilnius in Lithuania, Kingston in Jamaica, Bophal and Dilsuhknagar in India, Memphis in USA, Marikina, Quezon City, Kalookan, Valenzuela, Paranaque, General Santos, Bacolod, Taguig, Baguio and Dasmarinas in Philippines, Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Udontani in Thailand, Battambang in Cambodia, Kumamoto and Fukuoka in Japan, Bandung and Surabaya in Indonesia, Skopje in Macedonia, Athens in Greece, Ixtapaluca in Mexico, Ipoh and Kuching in Malaysia, Saint Petersburg in Russia)

2011 March

Sent 42 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Cape Town in Rep. of South Africa, Lahan, Janakpur and Charikot in Nepal, North Shore in New Zealand, Hsinchu in Rep. of China, Chelyabinsk in Russia, Johor Baharu and Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia, Naucalpan in Mexico, El Paso, Wilmington and Kansas City in USA, Goiania, Belem, Vila Velha, Sao Paulo, Campo Grande and Cuiaba in Brazil, Goteborg in Sweden, Singapore in Singapore, Lomas de Zamora in Argentina, Birmingham in UK, Rajahmundry, Vapi, Vijayawada, Agra, Coimbatore and Pondicherry in India, Surabaya in Indonesia, Kumamoto and Sendai in Japan, Santiago in Chile, Nairobi in Kenya, Bangkok in Thailand, Helsinki in Finland, Malabon, Bacoor, Antipolo City, Calamba, Pagadian and Pasay in Philippines)

2011 March

Established 1 Overseas Church (12th Kathmandu Church in Nepal)

2011 March

Worldwide Clean-Up Campaign for the Passover 2011

2011 February

The 49th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, UK, France, Ireland, Germany, Nepal) Worldwide Clean-Up Campaign for the Passover 2011

2011 February

2011 Wind Ensemble for Teenagers

2011 February

Sent 2 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Klang in Malaysia, Charikot in Nepal)

2011 February

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Budapest Church in Hungary, Dhaka Church in Bangladesh)

2011 January

Sent 3 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Bangkok in Thailand, Chautara and Birgunj in Nepal)

2011 January

Established 4 Overseas Churches (Medan Church in Indonesia, Coimbatore Church in India, Veracruz Church in Mexico, Pipara Simara Church in Nepal)

2010

Sent 198 Short-Term Mission Teams Abroad
and Held the Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (Seven Times)

2010 December

Sent 8 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Baglung, Birgunj and Ilam in Nepal, Cuiaba in Brazil, Udontani in Thailand, Marseille in France, Melbourne and Cairns in Australia)

2010 November

The 48th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Panama, Brazil, USA, Spain, Portugal)

2010 November

Sent 66 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Cape Town in Rep. of South Africa, Dhangadhi, Duskun, Butwal, Janakpur, Jalbire in Nepal, Wellington in New Zealand, Taichung in Rep. of China, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya in Malaysia, Erdenet and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Lansing, Boston, Austin, Indianapolis, Colorado Springs and Tucson in USA, Cochabamba in Bolivia, Duque de Caxias, Belo Horizonte, Aracaju and Joinvilli in Brazil, Singapore in Singapore, Montevideo in Uruguay, Ranchi, Madurai, Meerut, Bangalore, Bophal, Surat, Warangal, Chennai, Kanpur and Trivandrum in India, Surabaya in Indonesia, Kuki, Niigata, Osaka and Yokohama in Japan, Kingston in Jamaica, Iquique in Chile, Phnom Penh in Cambodia, Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand, Panama City in Panama, Chimbote, Cajamarca and Trujillo in Peru, Davao, Laoag, Marikina City, Mandaluyong, Malabon, Muntinlupa, Bacolod, Bacoor, Butuan, Sanpablo, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro, Taguig and Pasig in Philippines, Sydney and Hobart in Australia)

2010 November

Established 4 Overseas Churches (Nagoya Church in Japan, Aracaju Church in Brazil, Siemreap Church in Cambodia, 2nd Cape Town Church in Rep. of South Africa)

2010 October

Sent 2 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Liverpool in UK, Medan in Indonesia)

2010 September

The 47th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2010 September

The 46th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Australia, New Zealand, Rep. of South Africa, Zimbabwe)

2010 September

Sent 55 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Bidur and Janakpur in Nepal, Hsinchu in Rep. of China, Frankfurt in Germany, Gelugor and Johor Baharu in Malaysia, Monterrey in Mexico, Erdenet and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, New York, Milwaukee, Boltimore, Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tucson in USA, Manaus and Brasilia in Brazil, Madrid in Spain, Singapore inSingapore, San Salvador in El Salvador, Lucknow, Mysore, Mangalore, Bhilai, Solapur, Ahmadabad, Coimbatore, Thane, Tirunelveli, Panaji, Faridabad and Pune in India, Medan in Indonesia, Kumamoto, Nagoya, Sendai and Yokohama in Japan, Battambang in Cambodia, Bogota in Colombia, Lima, Huancayo, Ica, Chimbote, Cajamarca and Trujillo in Peru, Lyon in France, Dasmarinas, Las Pinas, Makati, Valenzuela, Cebu, Antipolo City, General Santos and Paranaque in Philippines, Budapest in Hungary)

2010 September

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Banepa Church and 10th Kathmandu Church in Nepal)

2010 August

Sent 98 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Athens in Greece, Lahan (3 teams), Beni, Janakpur, Prithvi Narayan in Nepal, Kaohsiung, Hsinchu, Zhonghe, Tainan, Taichung, Pan Chiao in Rep. of China, Munich and Hamburg in Germany, Lilongwe in Malawi, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Petaling Jaya in Malaysia, Guadalajara and Mexico City in Mexico, Darhan and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, Nashville, Milwaukee, Bakersfield, Boston, El Paso, Austin, Washington D.C., Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City and Pittsburgh in USA, Sofia in Bulgaria, Sao Paulo and Campinas in Brazil, Colombo in Sri Lanka, Stockholm in Sweden, Buenos Aires, Cordoba and San Justo in Argentina, Manta and Cuenca in Ecuador, Newcastle upon Tyne and Manchester in UK, Vienna in Austria, Rome in Italy, Nagpur, Darjeeling, Delhi, Ranchi, Vado dara, Siliguri, Indore, Jabalpur, Kalyan, Trivandrum, Tiruchirapalli, Pimpri Chinchwad and Hyderabad in India, Medan and Surabaya in Indonesia, Kawasaki, Nagoya, Niigata, Tokyo, Osaka, Okinawa, Chiba and Koto in Japan, Santiago and Puente Alto in Chile, Siemreap and Phnom Penh in Cambodia, Toronto in Canada, Medellin in Colombia, Rayong and Samutprakarn in Thailand, Asuncion in Paraguay, Paris in France (2 teams), Davao, Dasmarinas, Manila, Marikina City, Mandaluyong, Muntinlupa, Baguio, Butuan, Calamba, Kalookan, Quezon City, Taguig, Pagadian and Pasay in Philippines, Canberra and Perth in Australia)

2010 August

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Panama City Church in Panama, Thane Church in India)

2010 July

The 45th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2010 July

Sent 65 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Lisbon in Portugal, Avinovi in Italy, Nairobi in Kenya, Warszawa in Poland, Janakpur (2 teams) in Nepal, Charicot in Nepal, Cairns in Australia, San Jose in Costa Rica, Montevideo in Uruguay, Richmond in USA, Tucson in USA, Charlotte in USA, Memphis in USA, Dallas in USA, Oklahoma City in USA, Chicago in USA, Surrey in Canada, Winnipeg in Canada, Chilpancingo in Mexico, Atlixco in Mexico, Puebla in Mexico, Baglung in Nepal, Goiania in Brazil, Sao Paulo in Brazil, Canoas in Brazil, Riubranku in Brazil, Curitiba in Brazil, Brussel in Belgium, Udon Thani in Thailand, Mysore in India, Guwahati in India, Kanpur in India, Visakhapatnam in India, Barcelona in Spain, Valencia in Spain, Guatemala City in Guatemala, Antipolo in Philippines, General Santos in Philippines, Valenzuela in Philippines, Iloilo in Philippines, Paranaque in Philippines, Pasig in Philippines, Laoag in Philippines, Bacolod in Philippines, Klang in Malaysia, Georgetown in Malaysia, Jakarta (2 teams) in Indonesia, Kawasaki in Japan, Sendai in Japan, Saitama in Japan, Cape Town in Republic of South Africa, Dublin in Ireland, Xinzhuang in Taiwan, Kaohsiung in Taiwan, Accra in Ghana, and Santa Fe in Argentina)

2010 July

Volunteer Service Activities to Help Farmers (in Buan, Yeongcheon, Hapcheon, Jeongseon, Jecheon, Suncheon)

2010 July

Established 4 Overseas Churches (2nd Pune Church in India, Oklahoma City Church in USA, 2nd Ulaanbaatar Church in Mongolia, Hanoi Church in Vietnam)

2010 July

The 11th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Contest

2010 June

Delivered Donations for Earthquake Victims in Haiti and Chile to UN

2010 June

Sent 37 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Kaohsiung in Taiwan, Taichung in Taiwan, Baglung (two teams) in Nepal, Janakpur (two teams) in Nepal, Caloocan in Philippines, Makati in Philippines, Cebu in Philippines, Cagayan De Oro in Philippines, Battambang in Cambodia, Phnom Penh in Cambodia, Kumamoto in Japan, Yokohama in Japan, Ipoh in Malaysia, Surabaya in Indonesia, Orlando in USA, San Francisco in USA, Omaha in USA, Milano in Italy, Rotterdam in Netherlands, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Bucharest in Romania, Praha in Czech, Shiliguri in India, Delhi in India, Faridabad in India,Ranchi in India, Vadodara in India, Ahmed Nagar in India, Mangalor in India, Berlin in Germany, Koln in Germany, Bremen in Germany, Stuttgart in Germany, Dortmund in Germany, and Copenhagen in Denmark)

2010 June

Established 1 Overseas Churches (9th Kathmandu Church in Nepal)

2010 June

The 16th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (for foreigners in Korea at the Seongnam Citizens’ Hall)

2010 June

The 15th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (for the success of 2010 Visit Chungcheong-Korea at the Daejeon Trade Exhibition Center)

2010 May

The 44th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, UK, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Austria, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Russia)

2010 May

The 43rd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2010 May

Sent 20 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Frankfurt in Germany, Las Pinas in Philippines, Davao in Philippines, Darhan in Mongolia, Samut Prakan in Thailand, Medan in Indonesia, Johor Baharu in Malaysia, Nagoya in Japan, Kuki in Japan, Guwahati in India, Kanpur in India, Navi Mumbai in India, Vijayawada in India, Pimpri Chinchwad in India, Sydney in Australia, Melbourne in Australia, Brisbane in Australia, Auckland (2 teams) in New Zealand, and Christchurch in New Zealand)

2010 May

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Puente Alto Church in Chile, Erdenet Church in Mongolia)

2010 May

The 14th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (for foreigners in Korea at the Samsan World Gym in Incheon)

2010 May

The 13th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (for foreigners in Korea at the Olympic Gym in Seoul)

2010 April

The 42nd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from Nepal, India, Laos, Mongolia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Cambodia, Australia, New Zealand, UK, and Republic of South Africa)

2010 April

Sent 13 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Ilam in Nepal, Cochabamba in Bolivia, Atlixco in Mexico, Manila in Philippines, Quezon in Philippines, Mandaluyong in Philippines, Edmonton in Canada, Chicago in USA, San Salvador in El Salvador, Essen in Germany, Hubli-Dharwar in India, Kalyan in India, and Lyon in France)

2010 April

The 41st Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2010 April

The 12th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (for the success of the World Championships in Athletics 2011 at the Daegu Gymnasium )

2010 April

Established 3 Overseas Churches (2nd Pokhara Church in Nepal, Hubli-Dharwar Church in India, Cotonu Church in Benin)

2010 March

Street Cleanup Campaign Throughout the World for the Passover 2010

2010 March

The 40th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2010 March

The 10th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Contest

2010 March

Sent Nine Short-Term Mission Teams (to Copenhagen in Denmark, Koln in Germany, Columbus in USA, Louisville in USA, Sendai in Japan, Osaka in Japan, Stockholm in Sweden, Hyderabad in India, and Barranquilla in Colombia)

2010 March

Established 3 Overseas Churches (Stockholm Church in Sweden, Santa Fe Church in Argentina, Gelugor Church in Malaysia)

2010 March

The 11th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (as a charity concert to help Chile earthquake victims at the Yeomju Gymnasium in Gwangju)

2010 February

The 5th Scholarship & Student Grant Award Ceremony

2010 February

Sent 10 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Columbia in USA, Wichita in USA, Portland in USA, Marseille in France, Madrid in Spain, Nagpur in India, Kochi in India, Charicot in Nepal, Monterrey in Mexico, and Essen in Germany)

2010 February

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Nizniy Novgorod Church in Russia, Kolhapur Church in India)

2010 February

The 10th Messiah Orchestra Tour Concert (as a charity concert to help Haiti earthquake victims at the Busan KBS Hall)

2010 January

Volunteer Service Activities to Practice Neighborly Love (donation of coal briquettes to 16 households who receive basic living cost)

2010 January

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Heavy Snow-damaged Area Throughout the Nation

2010 January

Sent 44 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Battambang in Cambodia, Georgetown in Malaysia, Ampang in Malaysia, Jakarta in Indonesia, Tokyo in Japan, Osaka in Japan, Washimiya in Japan, Sendai in Japan, Cebu in Philippines, Davao in Philippines, Baguio in Philippines, Taipei in Taiwan, Rome in Italy, Dublin in Ireland, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Rotterdam in Netherlands, Auckland in New Zealand, Berlin in Germany, Munich in Germany, Vienna in Austria, Paris in France, Barcelona in Spain, Lisbon in Portugal, Budapest in Hungary, Manchester in England, Accra in Ghana, Manaus in Brazil, Salvador in Brazil, Sofia in Bulgaria, Kiev in Ukraine, Buenos Aires (two teams) in Argentina, Columbus in USA, Richmond in USA, Louisville in USA, Wichita in USA, Portland in USA, Siem Reap in Cambodia, Cape Town in Republic of South Africa, Lucknow in India, Jabalpur in India, Shilong in India, Nagpur in India, and Managua in Nicaragua)

2010 January

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Battambang Church in Cambodia, Dhangadhi Church in Nepal)

2009

Sent 32 Short-Term Mission Teams Abroad and Held the World Campus Mission 2009

2009 December

Sent Nine Short-Term Mission Teams (to Canoas in Brazil, Curitiba in Brazil, Columbus in USA, Colombia in USA, Siem Reap in Cambodia, Santiago in Chile, Lucknow in India, Jabalpur in India, and Shilong in India)

2009 November

Sent Three Short-Term Mission Teams (to Columbus in USA, Blagoveshchenskiy in Russia, and Bucuresti in Romania)

2009 November

Established 2 Overseas Churches (2nd New York Church in USA, Shillong Church in India)

2009 October

Sent Short-Term Mission Team to Athens, Greece

2009 October

Established 1 Overseas Church (Hamburg Church in Germany)

2009 August

The 8th New Jerusalem Festival for the Youth

2009 August

Held the World CM 2009 (with the university students from USA, Canada, Peru, Argentina, Australia, Nepal, Mongolia, Malaysia, India, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Netherlands, Austria, UK, and Republic of South Africa)

2009 August

Sent Two Short-Term Mission Teams (to Quezon in Philippines and Osaka in Japan)

2009 August

Established 1 Overseas Church (Rotterdam Church in Netherlands)

2009 July

Sent 14 Short-Term Mission Teams (to Auckland in New Zealand, Lima in Peru, Charlotte in USA, Memphis in USA, Jakarta in Indonesia, Mandaluyong in Philippines, Tokyo in Japan, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Berlin in Germany, Manchester in England, Rome in Italy, Christchurch in New Zealand, Cape Town in Republic of South Africa, and Mexico City in Mexico)

2009 July

Established the 2nd Buenos Aires Church in Argentina, the Baguio Church and Davao Church in Philippines, the Medellin Church in Colombia, and the 3rd Auckland Church in New Zealand

2009 June

Volunteer Service Activities to Help Farmers (in Icheon, Changnyeong, Euiseong, Gunwi, Jeongseon, Cheonan)

2009 June

Environmental Cleanup for Low Carbon Green Growth (Yonghan and Jukcheon Beaches in Pohang)

2009 June

The 3rd - 6th New Jerusalem Festival for Families

2009 June

Sent Short-Term Mission Team to Warszawa, Poland

2009 June

The 39th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Thailand, Pakistan, India, Philippines, and Taiwan)

2009 June

Established the Chitwan Church in Nepal, the Darhan Church in Mongolia, the Kotakinabalu Church in Malaysia, and the Pune Church in India

2009 May

The 2nd New Jerusalem Festival for Families

2009 May

Sent Short-Term Mission Teams to Budapest, Hungary

2009 May

The 38th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from USA, Canada, Brazil, Australia, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, France, Republic of South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Puerto Rico)

2009 April

The 37th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(from USA, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Australia, and Spain)

2009 April

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Adelaide Church in Australia, 2nd Auckland Church in New Zealand)

2009 March

Street Cleanup Throughout the World for the Passover 2009

2009 February

The 4th Scholarship & Student Grant Award Ceremony

2009 February

Sent Four Short-Term Mission Teams (to Quezon in Philippines, Tokyo in Japan, Charlotte in USA, and Orlando in USA)

2009 February

Established 1 Overseas Church (Yokoda Church in Japan)

2008

Held the 1st New Jerusalem Festival for Families, and Registered One Million Members

2008 December

Established 4 Overseas Churches (2nd LA Church in USA, Munich Church in Germany, 5th and 6th Kathmandu Churches in Nepal

2008 November

Kimchi-Making Volunteer Activity (in Dongjak, Seoul)

2008 November

The 1st New Jerusalem Festival for Families

2008 November

Established 1 Overseas Church (Manchester Church in UK)

2008 October

The 36th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(USA, Canada, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, England, France, Spain, Ireland, Italy, Australia,New Zealand, Malaysia, Japan, and Republic of South Africa)

2008 September

Volunteer Service Activities to Practice Neighborly Love (consolatory visit to senior citizen centers, free hair cut, danation of care package to senior citizens living alone or physically handicapped)

2008 September

Established 1 Overseas Church (Multan Church in Pakistan)

2008 August

Changed the Name of the Church Monthly Magazine (The 144,000 → Elohist)

2008 August

Sent the 2008 University Student Summer Short-Term Mission Teams

2008 July

The 35th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea(Taiwan, Nepal, Japan, Vietnam, Mongolia, Cambodia, India, Pakistan, Laos, Singapore, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Australia, and Canada)

2008 July

Established 1 Overseas Churches (4th Kathmandu Church in Nepal)

2008 June

Volunteer Service Activities to Help Farmers (in Icheon, Anseong, Jecheon, Jeongsun, Goryeong, Gunwi)

2008 June

The 34th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Republic of South Africa)

2008 June

Established 2 Overseas Churches (5th and 6th Lima Churches in Peru)

2008 May

The 33rd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Peru, Mexico, Chili, Bolivia, Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay, and Spain)

2008 April

The 32nd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Netherlands, France, Germany, and Republic of South Africa)

2008 April

Registered One Million Members

2008 February

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Itahari Church in Nepal, Edmonton Church in Canada)

2008 January

Volunteer Service Activities to Practice Neighborly Love (donation of coal briquettes and daily necessities for senior citizens living alone, consolatory visit to senior citizen centers, donations for neighbors in need)

2008 January

Sent the 2008 Winter Short-Term Mission Teams

2007

Established 100 Churches Abroad, and Registered 800,000 Members

2007 December

Volunteer Service Activities to Practice Neighborly Love (donation of coal briquettes, wallpapering, kimchi-making for senior citizens living alone and parentless households)

2007 December

Volunteer Relief Efforts at the Taean Seashore for Oil Spill

2007 December

Established 1 Overseas Church (4th Lima Church in Peru)

2007 November

The 31st Overseas Visiting Group (from 23 countries in Asia, South America, Europe, and North America)

2007 October

The 30th Overseas Visiting Group (from USA, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Africa, Germany, Turkey, and Russia)

2007 September

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Typhoon Nary-damaged Area (in Jeju)

2007 September

The 5th Nationwide Seminar on Making Happy Homes (Jounyisan Training Institute)

2007 August

Established 1 Overseas Church (Pokhara Church in Nepal)

2007 July

Sent the 2007 Summer Short-Term Overseas Mission Teams

2007 July

Established 6 Overseas Churches (Fukuoka Church in Japan, Brasilia Church in Brazil, Cochin Church in India, Memphis Church in USA, Phoenix Church in USA, Curitiba Church in Brazil)

2007 June

The 9th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2007 June

Established 2 Overseas Churches (3rd Kathmandu Church in Nepal, Chennai Church in India)

2007 May

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Salvador Church in Brazil, Huancayo Church in Peru)

2007 April

The 7th Nationwide Bible Preaching Festival (for male adults at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2007 April

Moved Church of God Theological Seminary to a New Building

2007 April

The 29th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Peru, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Rep. of South Africa, Ukraine, Peru)

2007 April

Established the Manaus Church in Brazil, and the 2nd Mumbai Church in India

2007 March

Established 3 Overseas Churches (Mindanao Church in Philippines, Monterrey Church in Mexico, Dublin Church in Ireland)

2007 February

The 2nd Scholarship & Student Grant Award Ceremony

2007 January

Sent the 2007 Winter Short-Term University Student Overseas Mission Teams

2007 January

Established 3 Overseas Churches (3rd Lima Church in Peru, Lilongwe Church in Malawi, Hyderabad Church in India)

2007 January

Registered 800,000 Members

2006

Opened the Church of God History Museum, and Held the Preaching Festival to Proclaim the New Jerusalem Mother

2006 December

Received a Citation from Gyeongbuk Province Governor (General Pastor Joo-Cheol Kim)

2006 December

Established 1 Overseas Church ( Berlin Church in Germany

2006 November

Nationwide Jerusalem Festival for Foreigners in Korea (15,000 participants including foreigners, at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2006 November

The 28th Oversea Visiting Group to Korea (from Vietnam, Laos)

2006 November

Preaching Festival to Proclaim the New Jerusalem Mother

2006 October

The 27th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Peru, Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Russia, New Zealand)

2006 October

Worldwide Preaching Festival of the Feast of Tabernacles Throughout the World

2006 September

The 26th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, UK, New Zealand, Australia)

2006 September

Volunteer Service Activities to Practice Neighborly Love (Wallpapering for the senior citizens living alone, free hair cutting)

2006 September

The 6th Bible Preaching Festival (for Hi.&Mid. Sch. Students at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2006 August

Sent the 2006 Summer Short-Term University Student Overseas Mission Teams Overseas

2006 August

Established the Amsterdam Church in Netherlands, and the 2nd Kathmandu Church in Nepal

2006 July

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Flood-damaged Area (in Yeongdeungpo, Seoul and Pyeongtak)

2006 July

Nationwide Education for Young Adult and Male Adult Leaders for the First Half of 2006

2006 July

Established 1 Overseas Church (Rome Church in Italy)

2006 June

The 20th Nationwide New Jerusalem New Song Festival

2006 June

The 25th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Mongolia, India, Pakistan, Philippines, Nepal, Singapore, Japan)

2006 May

The 24th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, New Zealand, Canada)

2006 May

The 8th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2006 May

Vision 2006 National Youth Evangelism Rally (at the Elohim Training Institute)

2006 May

The 4th Launching Ceremony for Overseas Self-Supporting Mission Teams (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2006 May

Established 1 Overseas Church (Nairobi Church in Kenya)

2006 April

Established 1 Overseas Church (Montevideo Church in Uruguay)

2006 April

Opened the Church of God History Museum

2006 March

The 23rd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore)

2006 March

Received a Citation from the Gyeongbuk Province Governor (Gyeongbuk Association)

2006 February

Established 1 Overseas Church (Tashkent Church in Uzbekistan)

2006 February

The 1st Scholarship & Student Grant Award Ceremony

2006 January

Established 1 Overseas Church (Charlotte Church in USA)

2005

Opening Ceremony of the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute, and Received the Korea Social Welfare Grand Award

2005 December

The 22nd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2005 December

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Heavy Snow-damaged Area (in Jeongeup)

2005 December

NationwideResolution Rally of "Come and See" Holy Spirit Movement (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 December

Established 2 Overseas Churches ( Quito Church in Ecuador, Arequipa Church in Peru)

2005 November

The 3rd Launching Ceremony for Overseas Self-Supporting Mission Teams (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 November

Volunteer Activity to Help Farmers (in Jeongseon, Yangpyeong, Cheongdo, Goheung)

2005 November

Party for Senior Citizens (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 November

Opening Ceremony of Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute

2005 October

The 21st Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, New Zealand, Peru, Mexico)

2005 October

Established 1 Overseas Church (Barranquilla Church in Colombia)

2005 September

The 7th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 September

General Pastor Joo-Cheol Kim Received the Korea Social Welfare Grand Award (from the Herald Economy)

2005 September

The 20th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, New Zealand, India, Nepal)

2005 August

English Camp for Youth Students (at Each Association for eight days)

2005 August

Established the Lagos Church in Nigeria

2005 July

The 19th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, New Zealand, Australia)

2005 July

Established 1 Overseas Church (Mandaluyong Church in Philippines)

2005 June

The 18th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2005 June

The 5th Nationwide Bible Preaching Festival (for male adults at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 June

The 4th Nationwide Bible Preaching Festival (for female adults at each association)

2005 June

Established 1 Overseas Church (Las Pinas Church in Philippines)

2005 May

The 3rd Nationwide Bible Preaching Festival (for female adults at each association)

2005 May

The 2nd Launching Ceremony for Overseas Self-Supporting Mission Teams (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 April

The 17th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, India, New Zealand)

2005 April

The 2nd Nationwide Bible Preaching Festival (for Young Adults at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 April

Established 4 Overseas Churches (Damak Church in Nepal, Caracas Church in Venezuela, London Church in UK, Accra Church in Ghana)

2005 March

Established 1 Overseas Church (Blagoveshchensk Church in Russia)

2005 February

Established 1 Overseas Church (Vientiane Church in Laos)

2005 February

The 1st Nationwide Bible Preaching Festival (for male adults at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 January

The 6th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2005 January

Established 1 Overseas Church (Quebec Church in Canada)

2004

Received an Order of Merit, a Medal of Honor, and 30 Citations for the Outstanding Supporters Activities at the Universiade

2004 December

The 16th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, Peru)

2004 December

Registered 600,000 Members

2004 December

Established 1 Overseas Church (Yangon Church in Myanmar)

2004 November

The 15th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, India, Nepal)

2004 November

The 1st Launching Ceremony for Overseas Self-Supporting Mission Teams (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2004 October

Volunteer Service Activities to Help Farmers (in Changwon, Beolgyo)

2004 October

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Auckland Church in New Zealand, Hawaii Church in USA)

2004 September

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Cape Town Church in Rep. of South Africa, Ulaanbaatar Church in Mongolia)

2004 August

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Typhoon Megi-damaged Area (in Gwangju, Damyang, Naju, Hwasun)

2004 August

Received a Citation from Daegu Metropolitan City Mayor (Pastor Kang-Min Lee and 17 pastors)

2004 August

Received a Citation from the Prime Minister (Pastor Wook-Jin Park and one pastor)

2004 August

Received a Medal of Honor (Pastor Jung-Rak Kim)

2004 August

Received an Order of Merit (Mother)

2004 August

The 14th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2004 August

The 5th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Elohim Training Institute)

2004 August

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Manila Church in Philippines, Phnom Penh Church in Cambodia)

2004 June

The 13th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, India)

2004 June

Received a Citation from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (Pastor Won-Sun Lee and five pastors)

2004 May

Established 1 Overseas Church (Melbourne Church in Australia)

2004 April

The 12th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA)

2004 April

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Heavy Snow-damaged Area (in Okcheon)

2004 February

The 11th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2003

Supporters Activities at the Daegu Universiade for 176 Countries, and Registered 500,000 Members

2003 December

The 4th Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Elohim Training Institute)

2003 December

The 10th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA, India)

2003 December

Received a Citation from the Minister of Government Administration and Home Affairs

2003 December

Completed the Church of God Head Office Building (WMC Building)

2003 December

Received a Citation from of Daegu Metropolitan City Mayor (Pastor Jung-Rak Kim and one pastor)

2003 November

The 9th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Asia)

2003 September

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Typhoon Maemi-damaged Area (in Gimhae, Bonghwa, Haman)

2003 September

Received a Citation from Busan Metropolitan City Mayor

2003 August

The 8th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA)

2003 August

Supported 176 countries at the Daegu Universiade (with over 90,000 man-days)

2003 July

Contest for Foreign Language Volunteers and Supporters for the Daegu Universiade (at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute)

2003 July

Registered 500,000 Members

2003 May

Established 3 Overseas Churches (Puebla Church in Mexico, Ho Chi Minh Church in Vietnam, Kyoto Church in Japan)

2003 May

Received a Citation from the Director of Korea Food & Drug Administration

2003 April

The 7th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from India, Pakistan)

2003 April

The 6th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA)

2003 March

The 5th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from Peru, India)

2003 March

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Denver Church in USA, Santiago Church in Chile)

2003 February

Received Citations from the Minister of Health and Welfare (Pastor Gi-Sahng Pyo and one pastor)

2003 February

Received a Presidential Citation (General Pastor Joo-cheol Kim)

2003 February

Organized a Volunteer Group for the Daegu Subway Tragedy (free meals for 55 days)

2003 January

The 3rd Nationwide Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (at the Elohim Training Institute)

2003 January

Established 2 Overseas Churches (Houston Church in USA, Taipei Church in Rep. of China)

2002

Opened the Elohim Training Institute, and Organized Supporters Groups for the 14th Asian Games and the 8th FESPIC Games

2002 December

Worldwide Missionary Work of Preaching the Gospel of the New Covenant Passover in 70 Countries

2002 November

The 4th Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA)

2002 November

Organized Supporters Groups for the 8th FESPIC Games(3,500 man-days)

2002 October

Organized Supporters Groups for the 14th Asian Games(4,000 man-days)

2002 September

Volunteer Relief Efforts for the Typhoon Rusa-damaged Area (Northern Yeongdong)

2002 August

The 3rd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA)

2002 August

Established 1 Overseas Church (Yokohama Church in Japan)

2002 August

The 15th Nationwide New Jerusalem New Song Festival

2002 July

Established 3 Overseas Churches (Orlando Church and San Francisco Church in USA, Sydney Church in Australia)

2002 May

The 4th Nationwide Seminar on Making Peaceful Homes (at the Elohim Training Institute)

2002 May

Established 1 Overseas Church (Kuala Lumpur Church in Malaysia)

2002 April

Established 1 Overseas Church (Singapore Church in Singapore)

2002 April

Established 1 Overseas Church (La Paz Church in Bolivia)

2002 March

Established 1 Overseas Church (La Paz Church in Bolivia)

2002 January

The 2nd Overseas Visiting Group to Korea (from USA)

2002 January

Nationwide Rally of Students for One Soul Saving Movement

2002 January

Established 1 Overseas Church (Lyon Church in France)

2001

Established the Churches in Asia, North America, and South America, and Registered 400,000 Members

2001 December

Registered 400,000 Members

2001 December

Established 1 Overseas Church (Toronto Church in Canada)

2001 November

Established 5 Overseas Churches (Hong Kong China Church, 2nd Lima Church in Peru, Sao Paulo Church in Brazil, Mumbai Church in India, Buenos Aires Church in Argentina)

2001 July

Established the Karachi Church in Pakistan, and the New Delhi Church in India

2001 July

The 3rd Seminar on How to Make a Harmonious Family (at the Jounyisan Training Institute)

2001 June

The 1st Overseas Visiting Group (Los Angeles, USA)

2001 March

Rally of Young Adults in Capital Area for the Reformation (at the New Jerusalem Temple, Bundang)

2001 January

Rally of University Students for the Reformation (at the New Jerusalem Temple,Bundang)

2000

Completed the New Jerusalem Temple, and Registered 300,000 Members

2000 December

Established the New York Church in USA

2000 December

Registered 300,000 Members

2000 November

Established the San Diego Church in USA

2000 October

Founded the Messiah Orchestra

2000 September

Completed the New Jerusalem Temple (in Bundang-gu, Seongnam)

2000 July

Founded the New Life Children’s Choir

2000 April

The Passover Assembly-Joint Service (at the Jamsil Gymnasium in Seoul)

2000 February

The 13th New Jerusalem New Song Festival (at the Olympic Park in Seoul)

2000 January

Established 300 Churches in Korea by This Year

1990

Established the Jonyisan Training Institute, and Established 210 Churches in Korea, and Registered 200,000 Members

1999 December

Registered 200,000 Members

1999 December

The 2nd Seminar on How to Make a Harmonious Family (at the Bucheon Gymnasium)

1999 October

Assembly of Young Adult Evangelists (at the KBS 88 Gymnasium in Seoul)

1999 October

Established 2 Overseas Churches ( Chicago Church in USA, Kathmandu Church in Nepal

1998 August

The 2nd Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival (for Young Adults)

1998 June

Established the Lima Church in Peru

1998 June

The 1st Foreign Language Bible Preaching Festival(for Mid.&Hi.Sch.Students)

1998 May

Rally of Twenty Thousand Evangelists (at the Olympic Park in Seoul)

1998 March

Established the Colombo Church in Sri Lanka, and the Tokyo Church in Japan

1998 February

Rally of Ten Thousand Evangelists (at the Olympic Park in Seoul)

1998

Established 210 Churches in Korea by This Year

1997 June

Established the Essen Church in Germany

1997 April

Established the Lahore Church in Pakistan

1997 February

Established the Los Angeles Church in USA

1996 October

Registered 100,000 Members

1996 August

The 10th New Jerusalem New Song Festival

1996 June

Changed the Name of the Church Monthly Magazine (Talent → The 144,000)

1996 June

The 1st Seminar on How to Make a Harmonious Family (at the Jounyisan Training Institute)

1996 May

Registered a Periodical Publication “The 144,000”

1996 May

Established 107 Churches in Korea by This Year

1996 January

Published the Church Monthly Magazine, “Talent”

1995 May

Established and opened the Jounyisan Training Institute

1994 September

Registered 50,000 Members

1992 August

The 5th New Jerusalem New Song Festival

1990 November

Registered Melchizedek Publishing Co., Ltd.

1990 September

Established 30 Churches in Korea by This Year

1948~
1989

The Last Passover Assembly in Seoul by Christ Ahnsahnghong, and Registered 10,000 Members

1989 August

The 1st New Jerusalem New Song Festival

1988 March

Published the 1st Edition of New Song Book

1988 March

Registered 10,000 Members

1987 July

Established 20 Churches in Korea by This Year

1985 February

Christ Ahnsahnghong Ascended

1985 January

Held the Extraordinary General Assembly (Moved the Headquarters from Busan to Seoul)

1984 April

Last Passover Assembly in Seoul by Christ Ahnsahnghong

1980

Established 13 Churches in Korea by This Year

1970

Established 4 Churches in Korea by This Year

1964

Established the Church of God

1948

Christ Ahnsahnghong was baptized