Church members clean Bury streets
Date published: 26 February 2012
Market Street, Bury, where World Mission Society Church of God members participated to clean the area
Around 100 members of a Church in Bury will donate blood and clean up the streets on 4th, 11th 18th March.
The Blood Drive and Environmental Cleanup Campaign on a global scale to heal the sick earth is to be carried out in 150 countries including UK all together. It is the “2012 Worldwide Blood Drive and Environmental Cleanup campaign for the Passover” held by the World Mission Society Church of God.
The Church of God says that the purpose of this cleanup campaign is to “practice the love of the Passover of the new covenant, which was restored by Ahnsahnghong the Christ who came a second time.” The Church adds that it is also to “inform people of the seriousness of environmental pollution and save lives through blood donation.”
The campaign is to be carried out in about 2,200 places of 150 countries where the branches of the Church of God have been established; including the United Kingdom, United States, South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa will carry out the campaign together. The Church says that it will keep holding the campaign by April 5, the sacred Assembly of the Passover 2012.
As they carry it out in cooperation with government offices located in each region such as city council, public community centers, it is expected to greatly arouse people’s attention on the importance of giving blood in order to help save lives of many people and environmental pollution.