Bible Seminar—The Bible is Fact
Is the Bible Fact or Fiction? Scientific evidence and prophecies were examined if we can believe in the Holy Bible. Be very surprised by the answers.
Mother’s Street Cleanup Campaign
As part of the Worldwide Environment Cleanup Campaign, around 130 volunteers from the WMSCOG organised a cleanup along Telok Ayer Street, which is also known as Mother’s Street in Singapore.
Bible Seminar – Heavenly Family and Earthly Family II
Is there a Heavenly Family in the kingdom of Heaven? A Bible Seminar, “Heavenly Family and Earthly Family” was held to find out the answer.
Telok Ayer Street Cleanup
On Oct 15, 2017, youth volunteers from the SGWMSCOG conducted a cleanup along Telok Ayer Street as part of a worldwide environmental sustainability movement.
A Special Report by The Korea Times—”The Love of God the Mother Moves the World”
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.
Bible Seminar—The Secret of the Tree of Life and God
Death awaits all mankind. Is there a solution to death? Let us find out the way to eat from the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden.
Short-Term Mission to Pekanbaru, Indonesia 2017
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.
Cleaning Up Clarke Quay
In collaboration with the members of WMSCOG, the university exchange students from IUBA conducted a clean-up campaign at Clarke Quay.
Bible Seminar – Heavenly Family and Earthly Family
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.
Channel 8 News Reports on Church of God Clean-Up Event at National Day Parade (NDP)
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.