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Announcements, September 20, 2017

URGENT: Episcopal Relief & Development works closely with church partners after disasters, equipping them to meet needs of those most vulnerable in their communities. Currently, ERD is responding to areas devastated by multiple Hurricanes, and watching developing tropical storms. Because of our strong diocesan partnerships, ERD is ready to assist in the recovery of the impacted areas for as long as necessary. You can help provide critical relief to affected communities by donating to our Hurricane Relief Fund. To donate and read the latest updates, visit episcopalrelief.org/hurricanes2017.

Photos of Bishop Chang’s Funeral by Sybil Nishioka have been posted here.

The Annual Meeting of the Diocesan ECW is scheduled for September 23. Registration is required; registration and pledge forms are available from Louise Aloy <louisealoy63@gmail.com>.

Attention Lay Readers: We have printed lectionary sheets for each upcoming Sunday that can be used to prepare ahead of time. Packets will be left in the sacristy for your convenience.

Announcements, Sept. 13, 2017

Support the millions of people affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with your prayers and donations! Learn how Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) responds to disasters in the US, and give generously!

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Nohona Hawaiʿi meets on Wednesday, September 20th at 5:00 in Fr. Moki’s office.

The Annual Meeting of the Diocesan ECW is scheduled for September 23. Registration is required; registration and pledge forms are available from Louise Aloy <louisealoy63@gmail.com>.

Attention Lay Readers: We have printed lectionary sheets for each upcoming Sunday that can be used to prepare ahead of time. Packets will be left in the sacristy for your convenience.

Announcements, September 6, 2017

Support the millions of people affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with your prayers and donations! Learn how Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) responds to disasters in the US, and give generously!

Mark Your Calendars:

The Annual Meeting of the Diocesan ECW is scheduled for September 23. Registration is required; registration and pledge forms are available from Louise Aloy <louisealoy63@gmail.com>.

Attention Lay Readers: We have printed lectionary sheets for each upcoming Sunday that can be used to prepare ahead of time. Packets will be left in the sacristy for your convenience.

Announcements, August 30, 2017

Support the millions of people affected by Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey with your prayers and donations! Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) has set up a fund. Donate here: http://www.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-harvey-response

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The office will be completely closed in observance of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sep. 4.

Bible Study resumes this Wednesday, September 6 at it’s regular time of 10:00am in The Manger.

Godly Play and The Rock (program for older kids) resumes this Sunday, Sept. 6! See here for details.

The 2017 Stewardship campaign is beginning! See more details here!

Announcements, August 16, 2017

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Don’t miss “An Evening of Song” this Friday, Aug. 18, 7:30 in the Cathedral. This is a fundraiser for Music at St. Andrews, by our Choral Scholars. Please support them!

The Cathedral’s Chapter meets Tuesday, Aug. 22, at 5:30 pm in the Von Holt Room. All are welcome to attend as guests.

Bible Study will not meet for the next 2 Wednesdays, August 23 and 30, but will resume the first week of September on the 6th.

Announcements, August 2, 2017

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Daughters of the King monthly meeting will be held in the Von Holt Annex Sunday, August 6, at noon.

Please help the Outreach Committee fill bags with food and other items for the homeless after the Sunday 10:30 service in the Van Holt room. Doesn’t take long with a few extra hands! Children can be a big help too.

New Mahjong group meets in the Manger (former Dean’s office) Mondays at 9 am.

The Gospel Reflections program continues Sundays 9:15-10 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 long term commitment is needed, just come as you are and when you can. Please join us promptly at 9:15, our start time, as to not disturb the beginning of the reflection process. In response to some questions, YES we are continuing through the summer!

Announcements, July 19, 2017

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Training for Acolytes and Eucharistic Ministers scheduled! Training for Eucharistic Ministers (who help distribute the elements of communion) will take place July 23 at 9:15 am (between services). Acolytes (crucifer, torches) will get training July 30 at 9:15.

Special Social Justice Forum: Social Justice and the Law featuring Ronnie Kawakami this Sunday, 9:30 am, Von Holt Room. Ronnie is a former Deputy Public Defender. She is currently Associate Dean for Student Services at the William S. Richardson School of Law and Acting Co-Director of the Hawai‘i Innocence Project. Ronnie is a role model for an entire generation of lawyers in Hawai’i…not only women who’ve entered the field, but advocates who see “the law” as a potentially powerful tool to address injustice, transform society, and offer a voice to the voiceless.

Deadline for contributing to the Outreach Committee’s School Supplies Drive is July 30! On that date the donated supplies will be blessed by Fr. Moki, and they will be delivered to the school on Monday, July 31. Please bring school supplies or slippers and place them in the plastic bin under the Aloha Hour tent. They will be delivered to our partner school Kalihi Waena on Monday, July 31st. New Mahjong group meets in the Manger (former Dean’s office) Mondays at 9 am, starting July 10.

Please help the Outreach Committee fill bags with food and other items for the homeless after the Sunday 10:30 service in the Van Holt room. Doesn’t take long with a few extra hands! Children can be a big help too.

The Gospel Reflections program continues Sundays 9:15-10 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 long term commitment is needed, just come as you are and when you can. Please join us promptly at 9:15, our start time, as to not disturb the beginning of the reflection process. In response to some questions, YES we are continuing through the summer!

Announcements, July 12, 2017

July 16 Evensong Cancelled! Sadly, we have had to cancel both the Evensong scheduled for this Sunday, as well as the one scheduled for August 20. The September 3rd Evensong celebrating Queen Lili’uokalani will go on as scheduled.

Training for Acolytes and Eucharistic Ministers scheduled! Training for Eucharistic Ministers (who help distribute the elements of communion) will take place July 23 at 9:15 am (between services). Acolytes (crucifer, torches) will get training July 30 at 9:15.

Deadline for contributing to the Outreach Committee’s School Supplies Drive is July 30! On that date the donated supplies will be blessed by Fr. Moki, and they will be delivered to the school on Monday, July 31. Please bring school supplies or slippers and place them in the plastic bin under the Aloha Hour tent. They will be delivered to our partner school Kalihi Waena on Monday, July 31st.
See below for more info.

New Mahjong group meets in the Manger (former Dean’s office) Mondays at 9 am, starting July 10!

Please help the Outreach Committee fill bags with food and other items for the homeless after the Sunday 10:30 service in the Van Holt room. Doesn’t take long with a few extra hands! Children can be a big help too.

Announcements, July 5, 2017

Hooray for our new all-volunteer Summer Choir, debuting this week! Thank you!

Pacific Peace Forum, Friday July 7, 2017 at 6 pm, Von Holt Room
Responding to the Immigration Crisis: What are the unique contributions that the Church can offer to the movements addressing the crises in our communities and world at this historic moment? With Christopher Derige Malano, Administrator of the Newman Center at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa.

New Mahjong group meets in the Manger (former Dean’s office) Mondays at 9 am, starting July 10! Come play, or learn to play Mahjong in the Manger! Mahjong is an ancient Chinese table game that is popular today. All are welcome! Here’s an introductory guide!

Please help the Outreach Committee fill bags with food and other items for the homeless after the Sunday 10:30 service in the Van Holt room. Doesn’t take long with a few extra hands! Children can be a big help too.

Announcements, June 28, 2017

Welcome the Honor Choir USA, under the direction of Dr. Joey Martin, director of choral studies at Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas. The choir will sing for our 10:30 service this Sunday, July 2!

Please help the Outreach Committee fill bags with food and other items for the homeless after the 10:30 service in the Van Holt room. Doesn’t take long with a few extra hands! Children can be a big help too.

The Gospel Reflections program continues Sundays 9:15-10 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 long term commitment is needed, just come as you are and when you can. Please join us promptly at 9:15, our start time, as to not disturb the beginning of the reflection process.

Outreach Committee Announces School Supplies Drive for 2017 During the month of July, there will be an in-gathering of school supplies and slippers on each of the five Sundays of the month. Please bring school supplies or slippers and place them in the plastic bin under the Aloha Hour tent. They will be delivered to our partner school Kalihi Waena on Monday, July 31st.

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