Massachusetts is home to America’s first lighthouse, which was built in the Boston Harbor in 1716, and to many of the 250 colleges and universities in the New England area. Here, too, the Church of God shines its light through good deeds. The Church of God carries out social welfare activities, such as their united New England Emergency Preparedness Training event. More than 90 guests attended to learn how to best respond in the face of tragedy. ASEZ university students from all throughout New England, including Harvard and Tufts University, are also setting a good example through cleanups and activities on and around their campuses. By implementing research-based methods, they aim to create a clean, safe and cohesive Massachusetts.

ASEZ Granite Street Cleanup

ASEZ Granite Street Bridge Cleanup in Manchester, NH

On October 27, ASEZ volunteers from New Hampshire and Massachusetts joined together to clean Granite Street Bridge in Manchester, NH as part of their Reduce Crime Together initiative. The Mayor of the City of Manchester Joyce Craig attended to show her support for the volunteers’ efforts. In unity, the volunteers removed more than 400 pounds of trash, leaving a more pleasant space for the residents of Hillsborough County.

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Group photo of World Mission Society Church of God volunteers after Dodge Park cleanup in Boston

Dodge Park Cleanup

Members from the Boston and Springfield Church of God locations teamed up to remove trash from Dodge Park in an effort to beautify the park for the spring.

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