The Church of God in Ridgewood
On top of a green hill sits the scenically welcoming Church of God in Ridgewood. It has served the Bergen County community through countless volunteer efforts and family events. In 2013, the Church of God in Ridgewood mobilized more than 1200 members to be trained as first responders by the Bergen County Police Office of Emergency Management. At that time, the Church was awarded a Certificate of Commendation by former Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan in recognition of its dedication to disaster relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. And in 2014, it received a proclamation by former Pompton Lakes Mayor Kathleen Cole for its selfless acts in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
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About 100 volunteers from the Church of God in Ridgewood, Passaic and Mountainside went to Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park to carry out a cleanup in honor of the city of Paterson’s 225th anniversary.
The Bergen County Cleanup Campaign kicked off with 110 Church of God volunteers from Bogota, Passaic and Ridgewood, who cleaned the Riverfront Plaza and Johnson and Foschini parks.
Members collected 3,100 pairs of socks to be donated to the Socks for Soldiers Drive in Passaic County. The mayor of Hawthorne presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Church for its superb contributions.