Church-based volunteer group collects 200 sacks of trash in Brgy. Apas

THE World Mission Society Church of God, through its young adult workers’ volunteer group, We Are One (WAO), held its 4,538th worldwide clean-up campaign in Sitio Panabang, Barangay Apas, Cebu City last Feb. 11.

The clean-up drive was part of a series of events to commemorate the 100th birth anniversary of Christ AhnSahnghong. Around 200 sacks of trash were collected by at least 200 volunteers.

The WAO World Mission Society Church of God Young Worker Corps is an international service organization that advocates for environmental protection and conservation.

Active members of WAO are young adult workers located in 7,000 churches in 175 countries.

Through its volunteer activities, the church has already been recognized internationally by the United Nations, the Queen of England (Queen’s Award), the United States, and South Korea, among others.

The church proclaims the existence of the Heavenly Mother, who already appeared in these last days to give eternal life along with the Holy Spirit (the second coming Christ-Ahnsahnghong), according to the prophecies in the Bible.
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