“‘You are the light of the world … let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.’”
Church of God volunteers take care of the world God has given to all creation by organizing cleanups and plantings. In addition to protecting the environment though these activities, they also raise awareness and educate the community about current environmental issues through forums and tabling events.
The World Mission Society Church of God partners with local and national government offices and officials to further the work done in communities where the Church of God is located.
Following the tragic West Virginia flooding, hundreds of volunteers from throughout the East Coast went to help with cleanup efforts.
More than 140 Church of God volunteers assisted in the Appelt Park Japanese Knotweed Removal project.
Members of the Church of God in Louisville spent the day volunteering at Atria Senior Living in St. Matthews to entertain residents and share Mother’s love as part of the East Coast Volunteer Service Day 2016.