WORLD MISSION SOCIETY CHURCH OF GOD

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The World Mission Society Church of God believes in God the Father and God the Mother.

We welcome all people to learn the good news of the New Covenant that Christ Ahnsahnghong re-established according to Biblical prophecies.

THE CHURCH OF GOD

Celebrates the New Covenant Passover

God’s promise of eternal life, salvation and protection is given through the Passover of the New Covenant.

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RECENT COMMUNITY SERVICES

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Delivering Heavenly Mother's Love

Following the example of Christ and to deliver the love of Mother, members of the World Mission Society work together to assist in numerous community service events. From blood drives to children and elderly welfare events and environmental protection services, the churches of God actively contribute to the well-being of their local communities. The Church of God has been recognized and received numerous awards for its volunteer work, including the President’s Call to Service Award. 

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FEASTS OF GOD

Passover

When Christians are asked, “Have you received salvation?” they reply, “Yes.” But, if they are asked, “Do you celebrate the Passover?” most of them will hesitate in answering. How is the Passover related to our salvation? When we study the books of the Bible, we see many accounts in which the Passover is mentioned. However, the Passover is often misunderstood as only a Jewish feast. Below, we will understand how important the Passover is for those who wish to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

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FoUnlevH

The Feast of Unleavened Bread, which is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month according to the sacred calendar, is the feast that commemorates Christ’s suffering on the cross (Leviticus 23:6). The Church of God celebrates the Feast of Unleavened Bread on the fifteenth day of the first month by the sacred calendar, following the teachings of the New Covenant established by Jesus Christ.

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Feast of Firstfruits

Resurrection Day, on which Jesus rose from death, is a memorial to commemorate God’s great power. In the Old Testament times, this day was known as the Day of Firstfruits. It is a sacred feast of God celebrated on the day after the Sabbath following the Feast of Unleavened Bread [Lev 23:9-14]. The Church of God, which faithfully obeys every teaching of the Bible, celebrates the Resurrection Day on the date specified in the Bible. On this day, the Church of God breaks bread that God promises will open our spiritual eyes. Let’s correctly understand the Day of Resurrection, as it is given in the Bible, so that we can celebrate the feast and keep it holy.

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Feast of Weeks

The Feast of Weeks, referred to in the New Testament as the “Pentecost,” was celebrated 49 days after the Day of Firstfruits. On the fiftieth day, the Israelites presented a sheaf of the first grain to the LORD as a wave offering. The reason that this feast was named the “Feast of Weeks” was that there were seven Sabbaths between the Day of Firstfruits and the Pentecost (Leviticus 23:15-16).

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Feast of Trumpets

In the Bible, harvest time, when the autumn crops were gathered, began the Feast of Trumpets. On the first day of the seventh month by sacred year (Leviticus 23:24), the Israelites held a sacred assembly, blowing their trumpets in order to prepare for the Day of Atonement. The Church of God celebrates the Feast Trumpets in autumn according to the teachings of the New Covenant established by Jesus Christ at His first coming.

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Day of Atonement

This Feast is celebrated on the tenth day of the seventh month according to the sacred calendar and commemorates the day when the sins of the Israelites, which were committed during the year, were atoned for (Lev 23:27). Today too, according to the teaching of Second Coming Christ Ahnsahnghong, in order to be forgiven of the sins committed during the year, we must celebrate the Day of Atonement.

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Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Tabernacles is the last of the autumn feasts, as well as the final feast of the seven annual feasts. It is celebrated from the 15th day to the 22nd day of the seventh month, by sacred year according to Lev. 23:34-36. The Feast of Tabernacles was not only celebrated in the Old Testament times, but it was also commemorated in the New Testament times by Jesus Christ and His disciples. In the last age, too, the Church of God celebrates this feast, following the teachings of Second Coming Christ Ahnsahnghong. Christ Ahnsahnghong came to this earth according to the prophecies of the Bible, and he rebuilt the once-ruined Zion, restoring all of the Feasts of God.

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