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February 28, 2014

Faith and Spirituality Briefs: Feb. 28, 2014

Ti Methodist Church to host Bible Study

TICONDEROGA — A Lenten Bible Study Group will meet from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesdays during the season of Lent in the Fellowship Hall at Ticonderoga First United Methodist Church. 

The first session is Wednesday, March 5, and they will continue through April 16.

This Bible Study will follow the book by Marjorie J. Thompson, “Forgiveness: A Lenten Study,” which may be ordered through the church office for $8. Call 585-7995 to order. 

The Rev. Scott Tyler, pastor, will lead the study sessions.

Call the First United Methodist Church office at 585-7995 to register for the Lenten study and/or the daily devotional.

The church is located at 1045 Wicker St. (Route 9N) in Ticonderoga.

For more information about the church, visit the website: www.tifumc.com.

Healing service set for Saturday at Trinity Episcopal

PLATTSBURGH — A healing service will take place at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at Trinity Episcopal Church in the City of Plattsburgh.

Healing can take place in many forms — physical, emotional, generational, as well as sickness and disease, a press release said. 

All are welcome at the quiet service of healing and reconciliation.

Ash Wednesday service set for Trinity Park

PLATTSBURGH — Local churches will be hosting a special Ash Wednesday service at noon on Wednesday, March 5, in Trinity Park. 

Pastors from two local churches will be available for the imposition of ashes, and it is not necessary to be a member of any church to take part in the ritual. 

The service will be hosted by Trinity Episcopal and the Rev. Colin Belton, who will be joined by Rev. Phil Richards of the Plattsburgh United Methodist Church.

“Ash Wednesday is the start of the liturgical season of Lent, when people are called to examine their lives and to recognize our own mortality,” a press release said. 

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