Caring for the environment even amid the pandemic crisis, on August 8, 2020, Church members from the Local Congregation of Oslo East, Norway, Ecclesiastical District of Northern Europe conducted a cleanup drive.
Following health measures imposed by the government, the brethren took out the trash and swept the streets clean. Led by Brother Paolo Guarin, resident minister, they spruced up the Sofienbergparken in Oslo. Right after, they sanitized themselves to avoid any contamination, especially from Covid-19.
Kim Hauge, a Norwegian and SCAN officer, said, “I’m very thankful to be part of this cleanup drive activity.”
Nivard Kluften, another Church officer, said, “We would like to thank everyone who participated in this activity, taking the chance in being outside. We are fortunate that coronavirus is not that bad here in Norway compared to other parts of the world.” ― With reports from INC News Section