THE CHURCHES OF GOD IN

Connecticut

THE CHURCHES OF GOD IN

Connecticut

Nicknamed the “Constitution State,” in 1639, Connecticut adopted the first constitution of the original 13 colonies – the Fundamental Orders, which allowed free men to elect their public officials. Connecticut was originally sought out by settlers as a haven of religious freedom, and is now also the home of the World Mission Society Church of God.

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RECENT ACTIVITIES

“Mother’s Street” Cleanup Campaign

Middletown Church of God volunteers carried out a cleanup in Center Springs Park. Meanwhile, the “Mother’s Street” campaign took place in 175 countries and 6,000 regions simultaneously.

Senior Citizen Visit at One MacDonough Place

The senior citizens at One MacDonough Place were treated with a special visit from Church volunteers. The volunteers prepared musical performances and comical skits to put smiles on the faces of the residents.