The coronavirus pandemic put a hardship on people around the world. According to the Pew Research Center, unemployment rose higher in three months than it did in two years of the Great Recession. Also, an article published by CNBC in November 2020 states 40% of...
On January 15, 2020, ASEZ students gathered at Discovery STEM Academy in Newport News. ASEZ hosted a character-building education with elementary school children. The event was in line with ASEZ's Reduce Crime Together campaign that's held worldwide. The goal was to...
A Mother’s Love that Transcends Continental Boundaries On March 24, ASEZ—the World Mission Society Church of God university student volunteer group—at Old Dominion University in Virginia launched the first student-led Mother’s Love Art Gallery (MLAG). Originally held...
The 2018 Mega Blood Drive for the Passover was held at about a dozen locations. Volunteers from the Church of God in Newport News together with Mayor Price successfully donated 43 pints of blood.
The Church of God in Newport News held a ping-pong night. Participants enjoyed a night filled with competitive ping-pong matches, delicious snacks and even Bible studies.
Mothers and children from the Church of God went on an educational field trip to The Mariners’ Museum and Park.
On National Hot Dog Day, the Church of God invited guests to enjoy a selection of hot dogs from around the globe.
Volunteers from Virginia and DC hosted a Police Appreciation Cookout for Fairfax Country police officers, complete with BBQ food, games and an electric slide contest.
SERVE, a Bible study group at George Mason University hosted a seminar titled the Seal of God to show how God protects His people in times of danger.
Church of God volunteers deliver home-cooked meals to fire stations across Fairfax County to thank them for their selfless service to the community.