First Methodist Church sets Ash Wednesday service for 6 p.m.

The First Methodist Church in Yuba City has set its Ash Wednesday service at 6 p.m. Wednesday, the first day of Lent.

The church is at 3101 Colusa Highway. Call 673-5858 for more information.


‘Welcome to the Neighborhood’ concert features Bob Kilpatrick

Bob Kilpatrick, a renowned singer, songwriter, author and worship leader, is appearing in a “Welcome to the Neighborhood” concert next week at the Trinity Anglican Church in Marysville.

The program is at 7 p.m. Feb. 16 at 929 11th St. Admission is free, with free will donations accepted.

Kilpatrick is an ordained minister and the third inductee into the Assemblies of God Hall of Honor.

He speaks at churches and conferences around the world; has written books “Secrets of the Silence” and “The Art of Being You”; has songs consistently listed in the “Classic” worship song category; and has produced other artists’ recordings. 

Kilpatrick and his wife, Cindy, have five children and live in Fair Oaks.


Mount Olivet Baptist Church coordinating 2019 Caribbean cruise

Mount Olivet Baptist Church in Olivehurst is coordinating an inspirational cruise to the eastern Caribbean in May 2019.

The seven-day cruise includes a gospel hour with preaching, praise and worship for one hour each day in addition to the Symphony of the Seas’ ship features. The cruise, leaving from Miami, includes St. Martin, Puerto Rico and Haiti.

The cost is $904-$949 per person. A deposit of $250 is due by Feb. 24.

For more information, contact Deacon Bill Blackwell at 741-8002.


Tsi Akim tribe host blessing ceremony performed by Tibetan Monks

The Tsi Akim tribe is hosting a blessing ceremony performed by the Tibetan Monks of Gaden Shartse Monastery Feb. 25 at the historic fishing village on the Yuba River.

 The ceremony is from 10 a.m.-noon at Sycamore Ranch Park and Campground, 5390 Highway 20, Browns Valley.

A $20 donation is requested.

The ceremony is a joint fundraising effort for the Kulu Village and the Tibetan Monks.

The Tsi-Akim Maidu are indigenous Native Americans. The Sacred Earth and Healing Arts of Tibet Tour has been visiting the United States since 1989.

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