LAPORTE | The La Porte Ministerial Association has two more 20 Minutes With God Lenten services scheduled for Wednesday March 13 and Wednesday March 20. The services are held at twelve noon at the Bethany Lutheran Church--102 G St.
“A crimson light twinkles and another life is saved."
Many of us are starting our Lenten journey today, Ash Wednesday, while for others, including the members of St. George Serbian Orthodox Church and St. George Hellenic Orthodox Church, Lent begins Monday.
A Hobart Mayoral Primary Debate is scheduled for 6 p.m. today at the Hobart Elks Lodge, 3580 W. 61st Ave. The public is welcome, and those who would like to ask a question of either registered candidate incumbent Brian Snedecor or former mayor Linda Buzinec, or both, should submit them by em…
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Lenten soup suppers will begin today with a visit by Bishop Edward Little at St. Stephen Episcopal Church, 1360 State St., Hobart. Each Wednesday during Lent, Holy Eucharist begins the service at 6:30 p.m. followed by a soup meal.
Lenten 20 Minutes for God services this year begin at 12:05 p.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church, 654 E. Fourth St., Hobart, with the Rev. Dominic Bertino of St. Bridget Catholic Church as the speaker. A soup luncheon follows, and all are welcome. Call (219) 942-1601 for more information.
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