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.
Through the Bible, we can understand that God promised the blessings of eternal life and salvation through the New Covenant Passover.
The World Mission Society Church of God was presented the Green Apple Awards by the Green Organisation at the Palace of Westminster.
The Bible testifies to the Last Adam, a life-giving spirit. Who is he? How does he gives us life? We must find a definite answer to this.
In collaboration with the members of SGWMSCOG, the student volunteers conducted a clean-up campaign at Beauty World.
Honey is one of nature’s power food, packed with vitamins, amino acids, essential elements and enzymes for our bodies. This is why the Bible likens God’s words to spiritual honey to keep our souls healthy.
Awards & Media
The World Mission Society Church of God has been recognized on an international scale for its selfless service to humankind
PHC Appreciation 2018
SGWMSCOG receives certificate of appreciation from PHC on July 2018 for volunteer works.
Channel 8 News Report
SGWMSCOG volunteers recognised and broadcasted by Channel 8 News, one of Singapore’s main broadcasting channels
PHC Award, 2016
The SGWMSCOG receives certificate of appreciation from PHC on July 2018 for volunteer works.
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.
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.
In collaboration with the members of WMSCOG, the university exchange students from IUBA conducted a clean-up campaign at Clarke Quay.
Father And Mother I Love You
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