Former Members Allege New Jersey Church, South Korea-Based World Mission Society Church of God, is Actually a 'Cult' - 2015-12-10

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F0.png Former Members Allege New Jersey Church, South Korea-Based World Mission Society Church of God, is Actually a 'Cult' December 10, 2015, Chris Harris, People

For two years, Michele Colon believed with complete conviction that the end of the world was imminent and that an elderly lady from South Korea was God. For those same two years, Colon, a nurse, attended services at the World Mission Society Church of God in the New Jersey suburb of Ridgewood.

Colon tells PEOPLE she defected from the World Mission Society Church of God more than four years ago. She says she did so because she believes she had been brainwashed into what she alleges is a doomsday cult.

Colon further claims in a civil suit she filed against the 50-year-old World Mission Society Church of God, a copy of which was obtained by PEOPLE, that the group is a "profit-making" cult that "uses a number of psychological control tactics…to prevent its members from exposing its criminal and tortious behavior."

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{{cite news | first = Chris | last = Harris | title = Former Members Allege New Jersey Church, South Korea-Based World Mission Society Church of God, is Actually a 'Cult' | url = http://people.com/celebrity/ex-followers-say-south-korean-church-is-mind-control-cult/ | work = People | date = December 10, 2015 | accessdate = May 18, 2018 }}