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  1. Rev. Paul Jeanes III, Rector, Trinity Church, Princeton, providing ashes to go at the Princeton Junction, NJ Train Station.

  2. Hi,

    I noticed under your “where to find ashes to go this year” there is not listing or ‘tab’ for 2017. Just an friendly fyi :). We just listed our church so wanted to make sure our folks can find us. Thank you for this wonderful outreach! Kathi Moen

    • If you click “Where to Find Ashes to Go This Year” you see the 2017 listings. That’s an unfortunate quirk of the website software I haven’t been able to work around.

  3. “Hold on, Mom, I’m getting ashes” said the young woman on her cell phone this balmy morning at the Princeton Junction, New Jersey, train station. After imposing ashes upon her forehead, giving her a blessing , “May the Lord bless you and keep you…” and an exhortation, “Go forth in God’s great love for you,” I ended the interaction with “Say hello to your Mom for me.”

    – Curtis Hoberman
    Trinity Church. Princeton, New Jersey
    Ash Wednesday, 1 March 2017

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