Claims sect using social groups to recruit members - 2007-03-10

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F73.png Claims sect using social groups to recruit members March 10, 2007, Ben Cubby, Sydney Morning Herald

A FRINGE religious sect, which has reportedly brainwashed young women for sex with a messianic South Korean leader, has been accused of recruiting potential members through a soccer team based at Sydney University.

The Global Association of Culture and Peace, a social group started by the controversial Providence church, has also run dancing and modelling activities to attract students in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and other cities.

Until recently it held secret ceremonies behind a nondescript Annandale shopfront, where attendees participated in choreographed cheerleading and watched videotaped sermons. The building was sold eight days ago, and the group is thought to be looking for new premises.

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{{cite news | first = Ben | last = Cubby | title = Claims sect using social groups to recruit members | url = http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/claims-sect-using-social-groups-to-recruit-members/2007/03/09/1173166991757.html | work = Sydney Morning Herald | date = March 10, 2007 | accessdate = December 23, 2018 }}