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UPDATE: "Ashes to Go" is canceled

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UPDATE: “Ashes To Go” is canceled in Chattanooga due to severe weather.

PREVIOUS STORY: On the Christian calendar, Ash Wednesday marks the start of Lent. Several churches are offering “Ashes to Go” from noon to 2 p.m. in different spots downtown.

  • Miller Plaza (Market St & MLK)
  • Walnut Street Bridge
  • Free Speech Area at UTC
  • The Steeple (Georgia & McCallie Aves)
  • Community Kitchen (E. 11th St)

The group of ministers is from several denominations. They will start with a short service of worship in front of the Hamilton County Courthouse on Georgia Avenue.

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