The Christians from CAG responded to the coach cleaning activity with enthusiasm

On Jun. 9, 2019, around 20 people from CAG(The Church of Almighty God) in Japan and ASRHR(The Association on Study of Religion and Human Rights) took part in the activity “ウキブイ大作戦 vol.163 with coen&海ごみゼロウィーク”. This was the fifth time that ASRHR(The Association on Study of Religion and Human Rights) organized Christians from CAG(The Church of Almighty God) to join in such activities. The Christians from CAG(The Church of Almighty God) said that they were deeply touched by the positive energy presented by the host’s persistently organizing the activities, so more Christians from CAG(The Church of Almighty God) in Japan were also inspired and responded actively. They delivered a message with their actions that it’s everyone’s responsibility to protect the earth, and repaying the society shall begin from ourselves.

On that day, although it was cloudy after the rain and the temperature was slightly low, the Christians collected the garbage seriously on the beach. They said that more and more people from the church would like to take part in such activity after knowing it. One Christian said “We suffered serious persecution from CCP in China, so we left our homes and came to Japan to seek asylum from the Japanese government. Despite the fact that we were hurt both physically and mentally, we felt the friendliness of the Japanese people after coming to Japan as well as the assistance from the Japanese government, therefore we would like to take part in the public activities to repay the society. We feel it’s incumbent upon us to protect the beautiful environment bestowed by the Creator.”

 

Information: Members of ASRHR(The Association on Study of Religion and Human Rights) and Christians of CAG(The Church of Almighty God): Total 23 persons joined in the activity

Date:  Jun. 9, 2019 (Sunday)

Time: 9:45am ~ 12:00pm

Weather: Cloudy after rain

Temperature: 18℃

Place:  Area Around Chigasaki Headland

Recycle Results: Combustible garbage (110 bags) / Non-combustible garbage (110 bags) / PET (50 bags)

Participants: About 101 persons (including common participants)