On Thursday, June 22, 2023, 18 ASEZ volunteers partnered with Charles River Conservancy to clean Riverbend Park in Cambridge, MA. This cleanup was part of the ASEZ Blue Carbon (ABC) Movement that aims to protect blue carbon ecosystems worldwide. In total, the volunteers removed 10 bags of trash weighing 25 lbs. from the waterway. Riverbend […]
ASEZ Cheer Up Campaign It’s been two years since the pandemic started. The lives of people around the world changed in unprecedented ways. It was no different in the academic world. Classes at schools and universities nationwide were either canceled or turned to virtual options. As college students were forced off campus, they had to […]
Research has shown that 80% of the plastic in our water comes from land. We use about a trillion plastic bags, 5 billion plastic straws and 55 billion plastic bottles every year. When people throw away plastic, it rolls around, reaches a river or reservoir and flows into the ocean. It then threatens marine life […]
The pandemic has brought on new challenges over the last two years. So, ASEZ WAO volunteers held a Coworker Appreciation Day event in Boston. They had it in mind to encourage their coworkers during the difficult times of the pandemic. The event was part of ASEZ WAO’s Well-Being Promotion campaign, which fosters a healthy state […]
On September 1, New York and New Jersey were hit with intense tropical storm Hurricane Ida and left in a state of shock and tragedy. Flash floods triggered by the historic downpour covered some communities in nearly 14 feet of water in a matter of minutes. Once the waters subsided, the devastation left countless families […]
On Sunday, July 11 ASEZ WAO volunteers held a paneling display in the city of Boston. The purpose was to raise awareness of the dangers of plastic waste and pollution. Reduce Plastic Use is one of ASEZ WAO’s eight campaigns. The goal is to promote a decrease in plastic production, consumption, and disposal. Through the […]
The World Mission Society Church of God held the first university student summer camp. Around 90 ASEZ students gathered at the Church of God in New Windsor from Washington D.C., Massachusetts, New York, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico. The students were divided into nine groups and each had a camp counselor. […]
Through the New Covenant Passover, we receive Christ’s flesh and blood to gain eternal life.
The gospel is the good news and the New Covenant that Jesus preached.
On April 11, 2021, 40 Church of God volunteers hosted their Susan B. Anthony cleanup in Rochester. Volunteers from Churches of God in Buffalo, Syracuse, and Rochester came together for the event. The historic Susan B. Anthony is one of the only current examples that still has its original layout from the early nineteenth century. […]
The Church of God believes in Jesus because He fulfilled the prophecies about Him written in the Bible.
First responders have been working non-stop since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Studies have shown that they’ve become more vulnerable to stress-related conditions. Stress, anxiety, fatigue, and insomnia are a few things they’ve had to endure. So ASEZ WAO volunteers took the initiative to put together a small gesture for those serving their community during […]