Around 120 members of the World Mission Society Church of God held a cleanup campaign in Phnom Penh.
The World Mission Society Church of God arranged Idaho Falls Food Drive at the Tautphaus Park on Sunday. The church members were happy to contribute to the community.
Men and women of all ages from the Church of God set an example of cleaning the city. They took the lead in taking care of the environment and health, which caught citizens’ and the local government’s eyes.
The World Mission Society Church of God received the Presidential Citation on the 20th Marine Day. This award was given to the Church of God for its devotional volunteer services such as marine environment protection and marine disaster relief efforts carried out all across Korea.
A good work was done in the afternoon yesterday, when a cleanup day in the Altavista Creek was conducted by the religious community, the World Mission Society Church of God.
On Sunday, World Mission Society Church of God, a religious community, worked to clean around the Altavista Creek in Belen sector. This community has done clean-ups for five years.
The World Mission Society Church of God promotes tree planting to save water.
On June 8, Kim Young-suk, the Vice Minister of Oceans and Fisheries, presented the award certificate and banner of the Presidential Citation to the Church of God at the awards ceremony. The Presidential Citation is given to a group or an organization that provided good services in a certain field for over five years, and it is very unusual for a religious group to receive this award.
The World Mission Society Church of God’s volunteer service of more than 1,000 hours in a year was recognized with U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award Gold, the best group award.
The World Mission Society Church of God that received the Presidential Citation last month, commemorating the 20th Marine Day, also received the U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award Gold.