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Koh Santepheap (Cambodia) / March 6, 2012

Koh Santepheap (Cambodia) / March 6, 2012


(Color) Participants collected a heap of trash
(Black) A clean-up activity was held in Battambang

The World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) conducted a clean-up campaign on March 4 and around 60 people participated in this activity including provincial officers. This Church has been performing clean-up campaigns in 2,200 areas in 150 countries around the world in ahead of the Passover to save the earth getting sick from environmental pollution.

As part of “Celebration of the Sacred Birth of God Ahnsahnghong & Preparation of 2012 Passover Assembly,” these activities will be held globally until early April. The Church of God said that the purpose of this clean-up movement was to practice the love of the Passover of the New Covenant restored by the Second Coming Jesus Ahnsahnghong for salvation of mankind, and to cause the Cambodian people to be aware of the seriousness of global warming and environmental pollution. The campaign has attracted interest and participation of many people to spread the way to save lives in times of disaster.

The Church of God has hosted the Worldwide Clean-up Campaign annually before the Passover. The total number of the clean-up campaigns carried out from 2001 to January 2012, not including small-scale campaigns which have not been counted, amounts to as many as 1,272. On the average, more than 100 activities have been held every year. These activities contribute to change environmental awareness of the world as well as to make the polluted Earth clean.

The Passover, which falls on April 5 this year, is an important feast of God because through this feast we can be protected from disasters and have the promise of the forgiveness of sins and eternal life. The Church of God said, “We hope that people will keep the Passover and become the children of God to receive the blessings and the gift of salvation by cleaning up our mind as well as the environment of the earth.”

“The Clean-up Campaign by the World Mission Society Church of God is really a good activity,” said Provincial Officer Uti, who participated in the event. “I am very glad to cooperate with a clean-up activity by participating in it as a Provincial Officer.” Also, he added, “This campaign becomes a good example which would promote residents to join the campaign to stop dumping wastes into fields and farmland and to make the environment clean.”

The 1304th Worldwide Clean-up Campaign of the World Mission Society Church of God was held in the area of Svay Pao, Battambang in the morning, March 4. The Church of God practices the love of the Passover which contains the love and sacrifice of God through various volunteering services.