Sunnyside Primary School Clean-Up By The World Mission Society Church Of God.

Yesterday the streets close to the Sunnyside Primary School were filled with green vests members from the World Mission Society Church of God, as they embarked on a clean-up campaign at the Sunnyside Primary School to show and spread the love of God the Mother and the Passover.

Speaking to the Senior Pastor of the church, Noah said the church of God has been involved in clean-up campaigns, Blood Drives and the visiting of Old Age Homes worldwide. “The Church of God decided to hold the clean-up campaign to spread the truth of the Passover that gives the forgiveness of sins and the eternal life”. Noah said.


The clean-up was as a result of a collaboration between The City of Tshwane’s Ward 59 Councillor Mr Shaun Wilkinson. The members of the Church of God arrived early at the entrance of the school wearing their green vests and started shouting cheerful slogans, singing and dancing. The groups cheerful mood seemed to have had an impact on passers-by as those on foot waved and those with cars hooted in support of the clean-up.
“We believe that through the little that we do for the community we can be able to turn the hearts of many back to God”, said Patricia Phiri of the Church of God.

Shortly afterwards Councillor Wilkinson arrived to thank the members of the Church of God for its active involvement through the community projects, he went on to explain that he has great plans for the school and encouraged the Church of God members and the community at large to submit ideas on how to improve the school’s facilities. Mark Fish legendary football player also pitched in to offer some help to the cleaning members and offered some words of encouragement.


The members in their green vests divided into two groups, one cleaning the inside premises of the school and the other the surrounding streets. The church expressed that it will continue its mission to spread the love of God the Father and God the Mother through its community activities. The total number of bags collected were between 50-70.

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