The services the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) performed were street clean-up campaigns including graffiti removal, donating blood, entertaining the elderly and disaster relief; helping flood victims.
This prestigious Award, which included a certificate signed by the Queen and a commemorative crystal, was presented to General Pastor Joo-Cheol Kim and Senior Church Leader Michael King by the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester Warren Smith and the Vice Lord Lieutenant Edith Conn. on behalf of her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
General Pastor Joo-Cheol Kim said: “I give thanks to God for allowing us the honourable Queen’s Award and to Her Majesty the Queen, all mayors from different cities and our neighbours in the UK for encouraging the World Mission Society Church of God at all times. Our church believes in Heavenly Mother and wishes all people of the world to live a happy life by putting the love of Mother in their hearts through voluntary works.”
Senior Church Leader Michael King said: “Members of the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) are overjoyed to have their efforts recognised through the highest award possible from Her Majesty the Queen. We aim to spread Mother’s love and community spirit through many voluntary initiatives. With this award, we look forward to reaching out our helping hands even more in the future.”
The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Warren Smith, said: “Each group makes an exceptional contribution to their community and helps to greatly improve the lives of local people. For so many to give up their time for others is tremendous and this award is extremely well deserved.”
Award recipients are also entitled to use the Queen’s Award emblem on their website, stationary and other printed material.
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