The characteristic of the World Mission Society Church of God is that its members show their love with action. Around February to April every year, they hold the “Worldwide Blood Drive to Give Life through the Love of the Passover” to practice life-saving love.
The World Mission Society Church of God stated that it established its new temples in Yeoncheon, Paju, and Pocheon.
On March 7, the new temple dedication services were held in Yeoncheon, Paju, and Pocheon, where more than 18,000 members participated.
The World Mission Society Church of God held the 2017 New Semester Opening Service for University Students at the New Jerusalem Pangyo Temple on March 5.
World Mission Society Church of God held dedication ceremonies for the five churches in Yeongnam such as Busan, Gimhae, Gyeongju, and Gimcheon from January 30 till February 2.
The Church of God held dedication services for its five churches in Busan, Gimhae, Gyeongju, and Gimcheon, for three days since January 30.
The Church of God held dedication services for its five churches in Busan, Gimhae, Gyeongju, and Gimcheon, on January 30 and 31, and on February 2.
The Church of God held a dedication ceremony for the Yeonje Church in Busan on January 30 where more than 1,000 members attended. On 31st, the following day, it had two more ceremonies in the Naedong Church in Gimhae with about 800 participants, and in the Saha Church in Busan with around 2,000 participants.
“It has been 52 years since the Church was established in 1964. As the Church is working actively, we’re receiving much attention. We can grow and communicate with many people around the world because we believe in God the Mother,” said General Pastor Kim Joo-cheol, whom we met at the Head Office located in Bundang on February 7.
The Church of God has been able to grow and take root in a short period of time, as it centers on the Bible and carries out good deeds and volunteer services, following the example of Christ. This is the belief system of the church that says it exactly follows the teachings of Christ given 2,000 years ago.