Announcements

Announcements, May 14, 2017

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Nohona Hawaiʿi Meeting on Wednesday, May 17th at 5:00. Our monthly Nohona Hawaiʿi meeting will begin with a video the Reverend Moki Hino produced about “The Queen’s Prayer” followed by a business meeting.

New Gospel Reflections program, starting Sunday May 21, 9:14-10 am in the Manger (former Dean’s office). It is based on the African Bible Study process previously used here by Dan Benedict and colleagues. No prior knowledge is needed of the tradition, since it is based on personally interacting with the gospel of the Sunday and its meaning in your life. No long term commitment is needed, just come as you are and when you can.

eNews Deadline: We love to post news of all ministry groups in the Cathedral, as well as events and opportunities of interest to the Cathedral community. However, in order to maintain a regular schedule, we must receive items for each Wednesday’s eNews no later than noon the previous day (Tues.)! Send your news (pictures welcome!) to eNews@thecathedralofstandrew.org.

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Announcements, May 3, 2017

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STEWARDSHIP UNIVERSITY: How Clergy and Lay Leaders Can Create Stronger Congregations. St. Clements Parish Hall, Saturday, May 6. For more information, see below.

New Gospel Reflections program, starting Sunday May 14, 9:14-10 am in the Manger (former Dean’s office). It is based on the African Bible Study process previously used here by Dan Benedict and colleagues. No prior knowledge is needed of the tradition, since it is based on personally interacting with the gospel of the Sunday and its meaning in your life. No long term commitment is needed, just come as you are and when you can.

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Announcements, April 19,2017

Mark Your Calendars: STEWARDSHIP UNIVERSITY: How Clergy and Lay Leaders Can Create Stronger Congregations. St. Clements Parish Hall, Saturday, May 6. For more information, contact The Rev. Cn. Alexander Graham acgraham@episcopalhawaii.org (808) 536-7776 x309. Called to TransformationABCD Facilitator Formation Workshop 2017 For Churches looking to do more and be more in their communities. At the Cathedral of St. Andrew June 8-10, 2017. For more information,…

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Our Shallow Subsidy has Housed a Family!

In the fall of 2015, articles about homelessness were featured in the newspaper on a daily basis. On October 12, 2015, the Reverend David Gierlach challenged all churches to house at least one homeless person. However, our Outreach and Social Justice Committee already had a plan. We had already approved the basic idea of a Shallow Subsidy and were starting to refine how to go…

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Announcement of the Resignation of Dean Walter Brownridge

Beloved in Christ of St. Andrew’s,

WalterBrownridgeAs scripture tells us, “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven” (Ecclesiastes 3:1). It is in that spirit, that I must announce to you that I am resigning as Dean of the Cathedral of St. Andrew. My last Sunday will be July 17th.The reason for my decision is largely personal. I am exploring new ministry opportunities on the continent that will take Tina and me closer to our family (especially my 94 year old father) as well as positions that closely entwine faith and justice.This is the direction in which I feel called and compelled to pursue. …

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Wed. 5/11 The Cathedral is Closed today due to Vandalism

St. Andrew’s Cathedral is closed today due to an incident of vandalism.
IMG_0354 IMG_1200 IMG_1199Evensong tonight is cancelled
Please pray for our Cathedral. This is the second incident of vandalism in the last few weeks and there have been many more in the last few years.
The cathedral sustained significant damage last night. Someone threw large pieces of stone against the oldest of the cathedral windows, sending shards of glass across the entire nave. Damage was also done to the Ewa Cloister outside the Sacristy.  It’s going to take a great deal of time to collect shards of glass from all across the nave.  It’s between pews, in hymnal racks, etc.  These shards must be recovered to try to repair the windows.  Also, it appears  that one of the great doors on the west window has been yanked partially off of its fixture.

As a result, the Bishop and Dean ordered the cathedral to remain closed until further notice, and that today’s Evensong be canceled.  Please help to get this word out.  If you have cathedral access, please do not go in. There is a danger of tracking glass shards or even accidentally crushing pieces by walking around.

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Seventh Sunday of Easter

Liturgy of the Word

Collect

O God, the King of glory, you have exalted your only Son Jesus Christ with great triumph to your kingdom in heaven: Do not leave us comfortless, but send us your Holy Spirit to strengthen us, and exalt us to that place where our Savior Christ has gone before; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, in glory everlasting. Amen.

1st Reading:  Acts 16:16-34
Psalm: 97
2nd Reading: Revelation 22:12-14,16-17,20-21
Gospel: John 17:20-26

Saturday, May 7
5:30 pm Vigil Eucharist

Sunday, May 8
7 am Holy Eucharist
The Rev. Malcolm Chun, preacher

8 am Ka`Eukalikia Hemolele (Eucharist in Hawaiian & English)
The Rev. Malcolm Chun, preacher
The Hawaiian Choir
NH 56 Coronation
E ha maluna o`u     J. T. Rees
Breathe on me, breath of God
NH 182 Bread of Life

9:20 Faith Forum
There will be no Faith Forum this week.

10.30 am Sung Eucharist
The Very Rev. Walter Brownridge, preacher
The Cathedral Choir
I will not leave you comfortless Titcomb
Hymn 460 Alleluia! Sing to Jesus
Gloria Victoria (Missa Ascendens Christus)
Psalm 97 Renke (The Lord is King)
Hymn 7 Christ, whose glory fills the skies
O clap your hands Vaughan Williams
Hymn 495 Hail, thou once despised Jesus!
Hymn 315 Thou, who at thy first Eucharist didst pray
Hymn 450 All hail the power of Jesus’ Name

5.30 pm Choral Evensong
The Cathedral Choir
Psallite Domino Byrd
Responses Byrd
Hymn 492 Sing, ye faithful, sing with gladness
Psalm 19 Fenstermaker Psalm 46 arr. from Luther
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis Causton
Surgens Jesus Philips
Hymn 512 Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove

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Worship for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

Liturgy of the Word

Collect

Almighty God, whom truly to know is everlasting life: Grant us so perfectly to know your Son Jesus Christ to be the way, the truth, and the life, that we may steadfastly follow his steps in the way that leads to eternal life; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

1st Reading: Acts 11:1-18
Psalm: 148
2nd Reading: Revelation 21:1-6
Gospel: John 13:31-35

Saturday, April 23
5:30 pm Vigil Eucharist

Sunday, April 24
7 am Holy Eucharist

8 am Ka`Eukalikia Hemolele (Eucharist in Hawaiian & English)
The Hawaiian Choir

NH 95 O Perfect Love
E pili mai i ke aloha  Harold Friedell
Draw us in the Spirit’s tether
NH 16 Beecher

10.30 am Sung Eucharist
The Cathedral Choir

Cantate Domino   Mode VI (SA)
Hymn 296   We know that Christ is raised and dies no more
Gloria   Kelly in C
Psalm 148   Walmisley (Sing to the Lord a new song)
Hymn 457   Thou art the Way, to thee alone
And I saw a new heaven   Bainton
Hymn 621   Light’s abode, celestial Salem
Ubi caritas   Gjeilo
Hymn 487   Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life
Hymn 603   When Christ was lifted from the earth

5.30 pm Choral Evensong
Eve of Saint Mark the Evangelist
The Diocesan Choir

This joyful Eastertide   arr. Wood
Hymn 231   By all your saints   Tune: Munich
Psalm 48   Monk        Psalm 122   Ouseley
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis   Stanford in F
Ye choirs of new Jerusalem   Stanford
Hymn 241   Hearken to the anthem glorious

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Worship for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

The Cathedral of St. Andrew – Honolulu
Fourth Sunday of Easter
Liturgy of the Word

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Collect

O God, whose Son Jesus is the good shepherd of your people: Grant that when we hear his voice we may know him who calls us each by name, and follow where he leads; who, with you and the Holy Spirit, lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

1st Reading: Acts 9:36-43
Psalm: 23
2nd Reading: Revelation 7:9-17
Gospel: John 10:22-30

Saturday, April 16
5:30 pm Vigil Eucharist

Sunday, April 17
7 am Holy Eucharist
The Very Rev. Walter Brownridge, preacher

8 am Ka`Eukalikia Hemolele (Eucharist in Hawaiian & English)
The Very Rev. Walter Brownridge, preacher
The Hawaiian Choir

NH 66 Aurelia
Ju`u kaha no Iesu John McCreary
The Lord is my Shepherd
NH 118 Bradbury

10.30 am Sung Eucharist
The Very Rev. Walter Brownridge, preacher
The Cathedral Choir

Pascha nostrum   Oxford Chant
Hymn 492   Sing, ye faithful, sing with gladness
Gloria   di Lasso (Missa Octavi Toni)
Psalm 23   Bairstow (The Lord is my shepherd)
Hymn 275   Hark! the sound of holy voices
And I saw another angel   Stanford
Hymn 663   The Lord my God, my shepherd is
Surrexit pastor bonus   di Lasso
Hymn 343   Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless
Hymn 708   Savior, like a shepherd lead us

5.30 pm Choral Evensong
The Cathedral and Lutheran Church of Honolulu Choirs

Hæc est dies   Handl
Responses   Lloyd
Hymn 181   Awake and sing the song
Psalm 103   Pye
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis   Howells (St. Paul’s Service)
Greater Love   Ireland
Hymn 182   Christ is alive! Let Christians sing

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Good Friday Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross
Good Friday, March 25, 2016, 12 Noon
St. Andrew’s Cathedral

The Lenten devotion of Stations of the Cross will be held at the Cathedral of St. Andrew – Honolulu, on Good Friday, March 25, 2016 at 12 Noon. This devotion, also known as ” The Way of The Cross” is an adaptation of a custom observed by pilgrims to Jerusalem: the offering of prayers at a series of 14 places, or stations, traditionally associated with our Lord’s passion and death.  The devotion includes the traditional refrain of ” We adore you, O Christ “, Collect, Scripture, Meditation and Prayer at each station…..

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