East Coast volunteers carried out the "Mother's Street" cleanup campaign, a global cleaning initiative that took place in over 6,000 regions and 175 countries throughout the world.
Volunteers of the Churches of God on the East Coast hosted a disaster relief drive in response to Hurricane Maria effects in Puerto Rico.
Members from the Boston and Springfield Church of God locations teamed up to remove trash from Dodge Park in an effort to beautify the park for the spring.
Church of God volunteers warmed the hearts of residents at The Chateau at Brooklyn Rehabilitation & Nursing Center with original singing and dancing performances.
About 30 volunteers from the Church of God worked with Blue Ocean Society for the Hampton Beach Cleanup, collecting more than 77 pounds of trash.
Church of God volunteers collected 40 bags trash and various debris from South Hurstbourne Parkway as part of an ongoing neighborhood cleanup effort throughout the city of Louisville.
Volunteers paid a visit to the residents from Shrewsbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. They entertained the residents with music from the 50's and 60's.
On December 13, 2016, the World Mission Society Church of God became the first church to be invited to a high-level conference of the United Nations. The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (UN CERF) hosted its 2017 High-Level pledging conference, where General Pastor Kim Joo-Cheol of the Church of God delivered a speech and [...]
The New Windsor Church of God hosted the Hudson Valley Kimchi Festival 2016 to not only promote unity and health in the community, but also as part of the global celebration of receiving the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.