The Herald Bulletin

February 28, 2014

Church News: March 1

The Herald Bulletin

---- — 'Icons and Iconography'

Dr. George Kordis an internationally recognized iconographer from Greece will discuss "Icons and Iconography: An Ancient Art Form in the Modern World" in a March 3 lecture at Ball State University. He will speak at 7:30 p.m. in the Pittenger Student Center Ballroom. Dr. Kordis is visiting the U.S. for several weeks to complete the iconography at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church, Fishers, and Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Carmel. The lecture, which is open to the public, is sponsored by the Ball State Orthodox Christian Fellowship.

Dr. Kordis is Assistant Professor in Iconography Theory and Practice at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Theology.

World Day of Prayer observance scheduled

Church Women United of Madison County Area 8 will observe World Day of Prayer Friday, March 7 at East Side Church of God, 2600 E. 5th St., Anderson, at 9:30 a.m. Park in the east parking lot.

For more information call 642-3807.

Church hosts insurance session

ANDERSON — A representative from St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital will be at New Hope United Methodist Church, 1503 Rev. J.T. Menifee Street at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, March 2 in the sanctuary to provide information and answer questions about the Affordable Care Act and Marketplace Insurance.

The following Sunday, March 9 at the same time someone will be present to sign people up in Fellowship Hall. All are are welcome

Dr. David Schramm to be at Frankton First United Methodist Church

A lifestyle series of sermons, "Unity of the Body of Christ," will be given by Dr. David Schramm, chaplain for the North Central District of the Indiana Conference.

The series begins Sunday, March 2 at 8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. with a message titled “When It’s OK Not to Be Right."

At 7 p.m. the message will be “When It’s OK Not to Know.”

The series continues at 7 p.m. Monday, March 3 with a message titled “When It’s OK to Be Afraid,” and Tuesday, March 4, “When It’s OK to Be Angry."

The public is invited.

Trinity Episcopal plans Ash Wednesday service

ANDERSON — Trinity Episcopal Church, 1030 Brown-Delaware St., will have two services on Ash Wednesday, March 5. Holy Eucharist, including the imposition of ashes, will be conducted at noon and 7 p.m. The Rt. Rev. William Smalley, priest in charge, will be available for private confession after both services.

Each Wednesday night during Lent, starting March 12, Trinity Episcopal Church will offer various creative and reflective services drawing upon the richness of the Episcopal Church’s “Book of Common Prayer” and other traditions from churches that are rooted in the Church of England. Future liturgies include Taize, Way of the Cross and Tenebrae.

For more about these Lenten services, call 644-2566 or visit, or follow the church on Facebook.

Bethesda hosts Annual Day

ANDERSON — Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church Ministry is hosting its Annual Day program. The celebration will be held on Sunday, March 9, at 3:30 p.m.

Guests are Pastor Marlon Collins and the Anderson Zion Missionary Baptist Church family.

For additional information contact the church office at 642-1114.

Beverly Wright is the president. Host pastor is the Rev. Floyd Edwards Sr.

Ash Wednesday service coming up at New Horizons

ANDERSON — New Horizons United Methodist Church will be having a cluster wide Ash Wednesday Service on March 5 at noon. There will be another service at the church at 6 p.m. the same day.

The church is located at 611 E. 53rd St., Anderson.

Information: 644-0949.