New Hampshire


In New Hampshire, whose state flower is the purple lilac symbolizing love, Church of God members eagerly strive to share the love of God with their neighbors.

Members regularly hold Bible studies on topics such as the soul and the eternal home where there is no death, sorrow, crying or pain (Rev 21:4).

Known as a state of scholars, ASEZ Church of God university students in New Hampshire apply research-based methods to resolve local needs. As an example, ASEZ student volunteers partnered with Manchester’s Mayor Joyce Craig to remove more than 2,400 pounds of litter from one of the most-needed areas in the city. This was part of their efforts to promote peace and safety through the Reduce Crime Together campaign.

Interested in joining our ASEZ students or learning more about various topics in the Bible? Join us! Send us a note below.

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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