Maryland, known for its diverse geographical makeup, has earned the nickname of “America in miniature.” The state is made up of over 4,000 miles of shoreline, as well as marshlands near the Chesapeake Bay, mountains, coastlands and sand dunes. The Church of God in Maryland takes pride in the state’s natural beauty. When they’re not studying the Bible, they are taking care of the state’s natural environment or serving their community with appreciation dinners, festivals, and more.

In August, ASEZ student volunteers participated in an environmental cleanup at Mt. Pleasant Park in partnership with Friends of Herring Run Parks, whose mission is to protect and preserve the parks in the Herring Run area. Even residents and passersby in the area joined the volunteers’ efforts.

The Church of God in Maryland warmly welcomes all residents of the community to get involved and help protect the environment through good deeds.

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