News: Episcopal News Service February 9, 2016


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February 9, 2016


The Rev. Donna S. Mote, Episcopal chaplain at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, will offer “Ashes on the Fly” to domestic and international travelers throughout the day on Ash Wednesday. Photo: Courtesy of Donna S. Mote

Bringing church to the people: ashes, ashes everywhere
Increasingly, there is “Ashes to Go,” ‘Smudge and Run,” “Drive-through Ashes,” “Ashes on the Fly,” and now, “Lent in a Bag,” as all sorts of churches—Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist—are moving the centuries-old Ash Wednesday observance beyond church walls.

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