Welcome to the World Mission Society Church of God in Singapore. We are on a mission to deliver God’s love to our neighbours through the New Covenant Passover. With a burning passion to match our tropical climate, we will fulfil our mission with the heart of our Heavenly Mother!
Around the World
We are an international, non-denominational church founded in South Korea in 1964. Since then the truth of the New Covenant has been spreading throughout the world. As of date, we have established over 7,000 churches in 175 countries and counting.
In the News
The Church of God has received countless awards and has been featured by news and media outlets for their outstanding efforts to make the world a better place through various volunteer and community services, most notably blood-drives, cleanups and many other community improvement initiatives.
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World Mission Society Church of God Singapore
The World Mission Society Church of God is a Christian non-denominational, international church founded in South Korea.
Renowned for their devotional volunteer efforts, the church has received numerous prestigious awards.
UK Queen’s Award for Volunteer Service
Church of God receives highest award given to volunteer groups on June 2, 2016.
What does the Bible prophesy about the location of Second Coming Christ? Let us find out.read more
Two thousand years ago, Almighty God came to the earth as foretold in the Old Testament. God was born in the flesh as a baby; He was Jesus Christ. Those who believed in the prophecies of the Bible were able to identify Jesus as the savior. These people were able to...read more
Is God’s coming on the Judgment day with fire the same as the day He comes a second time on the clouds? And what does the cloud represent? Let us find out.read more
AWARDS & MEDIA
PHC APPRECIATION 2018
Presented by Edward D’Silva, JP, PBM Chairman Public Hygiene Council to the World Mission Society Church of God on the 5th of July 2018.
For the unceasing efforts towards keeping our country and its environment clean through PHC’s “Keep Singapore Clean Movement”
Other NEWS & MEDIA
The Korea Times published an article, “The Love of God the Mother Moves the World” reporting that the WMSCOG is the only church that keeps the New Covenant Passover.read more
SGWMSCOG, a strategic partner of the Public Hygiene Council (PHC), participated in a clean-up campaign on the National Day Parade (NDP). Their efforts were recognised and broadcasted by Channel 8 news, one of Singapore’s main broadcasting channels.read more
The World Mission Society Church of God Singapore received an award from the Public Hygiene Council for their voluntary efforts.read more
Verse of the Week
Giving love to our neighbours with the heart of Mother
Volunteers from the Church of God collaborated with the Public Hygiene Council to remind people at the national day parade to bin their litter.read more
Despite their busy schedules, the young adult workers of the SGWMSCOG participated in a clean-up at Singapore’s CBD area—Telok Ayer and Raffles Place.read more
As part of the Worldwide Environment Clean-Up Campaign, around 130 volunteers from the WMSCOG organised a clean-up along Telok Ayer Street, which is also known as Mother’s Street in Singapore.read more
On Oct 15, 2017, youth volunteers from the SGWMSCOG conducted a clean-up along Telok Ayer Street as part of a worldwide environmental sustainability movement.read more
In collaboration with the members of WMSCOG, the university exchange students from IUBA conducted a clean-up campaign at Clarke Quay.read more
Once again, the SGWMSCOG worked in partnership with the Public Hygiene Council for a clean-up campaign during Singapore’s 52nd year National Day Parade.read more