Norridgewock Congregational Church and Smithfield Baptist Church will host a series of Lenten study groups, meeting alternating Wednesdays at 7 p.m.

The theme of the meetings is “God is there … When Bad Things Happen To Good People.”

The schedule for the meetings is as follows:

• Feb. 25 at Smithfield Baptist Church: The Rev. Nate Richards and the Rev. Bert Brewster and members of the congregations will address the concern, Where is God when we suffer?

• March 4, Norridgewock Congregational Church: Study leader, the Rev. John Vogel, Lutheran pastor and chaplain at MaineGeneral Medical Center.

• March 11, Smithfield Baptist Church: Study leader, the Rev. David Gant, Metropolitan Community Church pastor and pastoral care director at MaineGeneral Medical Center.

• March 18, Norridgewock Congregational Church: Study leader, the Rev. Pam Gross, Unitarian Universalist pastor and chaplain at MaineGeneral Medical Center.

• March 25, Smithfield Baptist Church: Study leaders, the Rev. Raymond Anderson, United Methodist minister, and the Rev. Bert Brewster, Baptist minister.

The schedule for the meetings will include worship, study and prayer.

All are welcome and invited to attend.


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