The World Mission Society Church of God receives the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service from Queen Elizabeth II.
The World Mission Society Church of God that received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service was honored again with the Korean Minister of Environment Award at the Green Environment Grand Award 2016 held at the Korea Press Center on July 20. The Church has been making devotional efforts to protect the environment and their volunteer services are acknowledged with the award.
The World Mission Society Church of God that was honored with the Queen’s Award in the beginning of the month received another award, the Korean Minister of Environment Award.
The Church of God received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, which is the best award for volunteer groups, granted by the Queen.
The Church of God’s various volunteer services for seven years were acknowledged in the U.K. The church has received more than 2,000 awards, including the Korea Presidential Group Citation and the U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award.
The Church of God practices love and carries out volunteer services. As people in the world are moved by it, they visit Korea where such love originated.
They hold “Our Mother” Writing and Photo Exhibition around the nation.
Sewol ferry tragedy, Daegu subway arson attack, Nepal earthquake—they carried out volunteer services devotionally and continually.
Invited by Queen Elizabeth, General Pastor Kim Joo-cheol of the World Mission Society Church of God participated in the queen’s garden party on May 24.
The UK Zion of the World Mission Society Church of God was recognized with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest honor in the U.K., for its contribution to British communities.