Young adult group from World Mission Society Church of God plants trees at O’Kelly Memorial Library in Loganville

press release from the World Mission Society Church of God

Loganville – A group of volunteers known as ASEZ WAO (a Young Adult Volunteer Group known as “Save the Earth From A to Z, We Are One Family” affiliated with the World Mission Society Church of God) spent some time Sunday planting trees at the O’Kelly Memorial Library in Loganville.

“Every person’s small effort will work together to change the world. We carry out “planting 7 billion trees” to reduce greenhouse gases and to cope with climate change. We have already planted 1,819 trees in six different countries” said a member from ASEZ WAO. Some of ASEZ WAO focuses include social service, awareness-raising, victim relief, and environmental protection. 

Loganville Mayor Rey Martinez was on hand to assist in the effort.

About the World Mission Society Church of God 

The World Mission Society Church of God is a faith-based, non-profit organization that strives to spread the love of Christ through beautiful deeds. Since its establishment in 1964, the Church of God has grown to more than 8,000 locations in more than 175 countries. For its contribution to society’s welfare, the Church of God has received numerous recognitions throughout the world, including the President’s Call to Service Award in the United States, the Presidential Citation in South Korea, and the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in the United Kingdom. For more information, visit http://award.watv.org/ and https://asezwao.org/

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