THE CHURCH OF GOD IN

Pennsylvania

THE CHURCH OF GOD IN

Pennsylvania

Known as the Keystone State, Pennsylvania was the central colony of the original 13 colonies. The nickname is derived from the keystone, which is the wedge-shaped stone in the middle of an arch, holding other stones in place. The Churches of God in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are well-established churches in their regions, serving the needs of their communities as pillars of the East Coast.

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RECENT ACTIVITIES

Winter Storm Stella Emergency Response

Emergency response team members from the Church of God were called upon by State Representative Jared Solomon to aid residents in Northeast Philly. They helped the elderly and disabled with shoveling and ice removal after Winter Storm Stella hit the city.

Castor Avenue Cleanup

Volunteers improved the public safety of Philadelphia streets by removing hazardous waste from Castor Ave and District 202 neighborhoods. State Representative Jared Solomon joined the cleanup effort.

Temple University Campus Cleanup

Young adult volunteers and students held a campus cleanup day at Temple University. The cleanup was part of a worldwide environmental sustainability movement initiated by the Church of God.