Ashes to Go

Posted 3/7/17

Clergy joined the Castle Rock communty in recognition of Ash Wednesday on March 1 by standing on the corner of Wilcox and Fourth Streets to mark people’s foreheads with ash. The event, Ashes to Go, drew 75 people last year and nearly 140 this …

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Ashes to Go

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Clergy joined the Castle Rock communty in recognition of Ash Wednesday on March 1 by standing on the corner of Wilcox and Fourth Streets to mark people’s foreheads with ash. The event, Ashes to Go, drew 75 people last year and nearly 140 this year. Participating clergy and churches were Fr. Brian Winter and Fr. Harold Warren from Christ’s Episcopal Church in Castle Rock, 615 Fourth St.; Rev. Julie McNitt from Well of Hope Lutheran Church, coming soon to Castle Rock; and Rev. Janet Fullmer and Fr. Tom Reed from St. Philip in the Field Episcopal Church in Sedalia, 1613 North Perry Park Road.

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