Remembrance/Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11: You are invited to submit names, as well as rank and service, of relatives who’ve served or are serving in the military for next week’s eNews and bulletin insert by noon Tuesday, November 7. They will be remembered in all services on November 12.
November 11 is also the 100th anniversary of the death of Queen Liliuokalani (1838-1917). All Hawai’i churches, temples, mosques, and synagogues that have bells will participate by tolling their bells 100 times on Nov.11, starting at 8:30 am. The Cathedral will also have Pule-prayers in the Cathedral at 8:00 am.
Updated Member Directories are now available in the Cathedral office. We will try to have some at the services this Sunday; ask an usher!
Posted on Sunday, November 5, 2017
Tickets to the gala “FOUNDERS’ FEAST DAY FÈTE” Luau on Saturday, November 25th at 6:15 PM are now on sale! Only $10 for luau food, festive music & dance, and fellowship. Contact Anne Murphy, Melvia Kawashima, or Elizabeth Conklin, or phone the office, 524-2822, to get tickets!
Give Aloha Final Results! The final total amount the Cathedral will receive from Give Aloha this year is $5,766.13! This sum includes individual donations plus the additional donation from Foodland and Western Union (which is a percentage of total individual donations). Congratulations and thanks to all donors!
Posted on Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Dear Cathedral Ohana:
I cannot believe that we are in the first week of October and that fall is here. I look forward to the cooler temperatures that are to come along with it eventually. October also means that things are revving up for our diocesan convention. This year it will take place at ‘Iolani School and I will serve as secretary for the seventh year in a row.
Please remember that we will honor St. Francis of Assisi with an animal blessing at both the 8:00 and 10:30 services this coming Sunday, October 8th. For those of you who are unable to bring your pets, please feel free to bring a photo instead.
I took part in St. Andrew’s Schools’ animal blessing yesterday and blessed dogs, birds, fish and cell phone photos of cats! Many of you have let me know that you saw it on KHON on Tuesday evening.
Please note that the Cathedral is hosting a weekend to observe the 500th anniversary of The Reformation and we are working in conjunction with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America in this endeavor. In addition, the Cathedral is sponsoring a Peggy Kai Speaker, Dr. David Lose. Dr. Lose will be here on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The Cathedral offerings for this Peggy Kai event are
- 3:00PM Saturday, October 14th service in the Cathedral with reception to follow in Davies Hall
- 2:00PM Sunday, October 15th lecture in the Tenney Theater.
For more information, see http://www.lchwelcome.org/site/500-anniversary/.
Posted on Wednesday, October 4, 2017
This year’s Stewardship program began with two “listening sessions” on Wednesday, Sep. 13 and Saturday, Sep. 16r. Fr. Moki will sum up the findings in a sermon on September 24th at all three services.
During the month of October we have planned a series of five “contemporary epistles” from members of the congregation. These presentations will take the place of the customary Second Lesson, and will be presented at all three Sunday services. Here is our next speaker:
Sunday October 29th – Theone Vredenburg
Theone has been a life-long Episcopalian. She came to the Cathedral as a Priory boarding student, having been baptised at Christ Church Kealakekua, Big Island. She has served as a Sunday School teacher, Convention delegate, and member of the Chapter, Finance, Pastoral Care, and Liturgical Celebrations Committees. Theone is a dedicated acolyte, eucharistic minister, altar guild member, offertory counter, and office volunteer extraordinaire!
Posted on Wednesday, September 20, 2017