“But you have come to Mount Zion, the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem … to the church of the firstborn, whose names are written in heaven.”
The World Mission Society Church of God is a Christian non-denominational church established in 1964 by Christ Ahnsahnghong on the foundation of the teachings with which Jesus Christ established the Early Church 2,000 years ago. It is the only church that believes in Elohim God—God the Father and God the Mother—based on the Bible. The Church of God also celebrates the seven feasts of God described in the Bible (Lev 23) and it also observes the Sabbath day on Saturday.
Since its establishment, the Church of God has grown rapidly to have more than 7,000 locations in 175 countries with more than 2.7 million registered members. On the East Coast, the Church of God can be found in just about every state. And in Connecticut, the Church of God is located in Middletown.
When Church of God members are not diligently studying the Bible, they are organizing ways to serve their communities—whether through disaster relief efforts, environmental protection projects, blood drives, or even smile campaigns.
For its devotion to serving the global village, the Church of God has received numerous awards from government officials and community organizations. Three times, the Church of God in the United States has been the recipient of the President’s Call to Service Award. In 2016, the Church of God in the United Kingdom received the most prestigious award for organizations serving their communities—the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Through this award, the Church of God also gained the title of MBE—Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire—a title that is recognized by 52 members of the Commonwealth of Nations, including Canada, Australia, India, and Singapore.
Micah 4:1 (NLT) In the last days, the mountain of the Lord’s house will be the highest of all – the most important place on earth.