After the short-term mission to Pekanbaru in 2016, our members went on a second mission in 2017, to further spread the good news of God's salvation and eternal life.
In collaboration with the members of WMSCOG, the university exchange students from IUBA conducted a clean-up campaign at Clarke Quay.
The earthly family system is a copy and shadow of the Heavenly Family system. Through the testimony of the Bible, let us find out how we can become God's children who will share in the inheritance of the kingdom of heaven.
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.
In collaboration with the IUBA students, the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore organised a Bible Seminar under the theme "The Last Supper & the Passover" to share the truth of the New Covenant Passover, the way to eternal life.
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.
The World Mission Society Church of God Singapore organised another Bible Seminar under the theme, "The Prophecy of Daniel & the History of Europe".
On May 21, 2017, volunteers from the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore (SGWMSCOG) conducted a cleanup campaign in the vicinity of Tai Seng.
Keeping in step with the fulfillment of prophecies, 11 brothers and sisters from the World Mission Society Church of God Singapore (SGWMSCOG) set out on a short-term mission to Sandakan, Malaysia.
The World Mission Society Church of God held the "790th Worldwide Blood Drive to Give Life through the Love of the Passover" to give blood to individuals in need.