The Universal Church has an active participation in society and seeks to meet all the the needs that rises.
We believe in sustainable growth, that is, supporting social projects based on ethical, moral and human values.
Since starting its activities in 1977, the Universal Church has been strengthening its social responsibility.
The UCKG HelpCentre is an evolving church and association always on the look out for what will spark a change in a person’s life. Besides operating as a daily one-stop spiritual help centre, we offer a range of practical support activities – faith orientated and secular – to meet the needs of all age groups and walks of life, and do not shy away from challenging situations. We have strong workers and volunteers and community focus.
Aware of the individual needs of each community and society as a whole, the UCKG HelpCentre has teamed up with other organisations – governmental and otherwise – and registered charities to organise Community Events that raise awareness and address a number of these needs.
The UCKG HelpCentre takes the approach of forming Community Groups as a way of engaging its members in lending a helping hand to the local community. The groups are formed to help specific areas of the community where people are suffering and struggling to find suitable help. Most members of these groups have either suffered with problems similar to those of the people they aim to help and were successful in overcoming them or had a successful experience through a relative or friend.