Wednesdays in Lent – 12 Mar. to 9 Apr.
10 am Dean’s Book Club
11 am Bible Study
12:15 pm Holy Eucharist and Healing
5.30 pm Evensong and Holy Communion
6.15 pm Lenten Supper and Program
Ministry from the Heart with The Rev. Martin Smith
In these three sessions, Martin Smith will help us explore the relationship between our experience of intimacy with God and our call to service, outreach and evangelism. Our outgoing lives as Christians can become a set of tasks unless we can experience for ourselves the grace and presence of God as the source of our motivation. Join us for a conversation about the ‘mystical core’ of ministry.
8.30 pm Sung Compline
Sunday Forum in Lent – 9 Mar. to 6 Apr.
9:20 am Light for our Path from Monastic Wisdom
Fr. Smith & Fr. Allan
Light for our Path from Monastic Wisdom
There is a deep current interest in insights from the monastic tradition that can illuminate our spiritual journey today. In three forums, Martin Smith will look at ways in which monastic spirituality can help us with the questions ‘what does it mean to be an authentic person? What kind of human being does the life of the Gospel enable us to become?’
Posted on Monday, March 17, 2014
Wednesday, 5 Mar. 2014 7 pm
2014 Margaret “Peggy” Kai Lecture on Ash Wednesday
The Rev. Martin Smith, guest lecturer
Tenney Theater at St. Andrew’s Cathedral
The Cathedral of St. Andrew , begins the season of Lent and its weekly Wednesday Lenten Program with the 2014 Margaret “Peggy” Kai Memorial lecture, “In at the Deep End: Exploring the Spirituality of Mission”, with guest lecturer, The Rev. Martin Smith, on Wednesday, 5 March at 7 pm in Tenney Theater at the Cathedral. At 5:30 pm in the Cathedral, Choral Evensong with Imposition of Ashes for Ash Wednesday will be sung by the Cathedral Choir, followed by a welcome reception in the Von Holt Room prior to the lecture. The reception will continue after the lecture so that guests may have an opportunity to meet Rev. Smith. The evening will conclude with Sung Compline in the Cathedral at 8:30 pm. All are welcome to attend this free lecture and all of the Cathedral’s services and programs.
An ordained a priest for over 40 years, Rev. Smith is well known throughout the Episcopal Church, the global Anglican Communion, and beyond as a writer, preacher, and teacher …
Posted on Monday, February 17, 2014
Sunday, 26 Jan. 2014, 5.30 pm
St. Andrew’s Cathedral
The Diocesan Choir
Choral Evensong will be sung at the Cathedral of St. Andrew on Jan. 26 at 5:30 pm. This beautiful service will be lead by the Diocesan Choir comprised of choristers from our O`ahu Episcopal churches and our own Cathedral Choir, featuring the beautiful St. Andrew’s Service composed by Canon John McCreary. All are invited to this beautiful service. Admission and parking are free. Calabash offering gratefully accepted.
Posted on Wednesday, January 22, 2014
1918 – 2013
Sunday, 15 December 2013 5:30 pm
St. Andrew’s Cathedral
The recent death Nelson Mandela, the first South African elected in a fully representative and democratic election as President, has affected many people beyond South Africa. We have lost a global leader who served as an inspiration and example of courage, magnanimity, and reconciliation the entire world.
The Cathedral of St. Andrew has announced that this Sunday’s Evensong on December 15th, will be offered in thanksgiving for the life and witness of Nelson Mandela. The Cathedral Men’s Schola will sing for this service on the Third Sunday of Advent, just ten days before Christmas.
This celebration of the life of Mandela will be a moment for island residents to pray and reflect upon Mandela’s life and legacy of forgiveness and reconciliation as we approach Christmas Day.
The Episcopal Bishop of Hawaii, The Rt. Reverend Robert L. Fitzpatrick, will offer prayers for justice and peace throughout the world.
A condolence book will be available for the public to sign. The book will be sent to the Office of the Archbishop Cape Town – the head of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, who will forward it the Mandela family and the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
All are invited to attend this service at 5.30 pm this Sunday, December 15th. Parking is free for all cathedral services.
Posted on Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Tuesday, 24 December
5.30 pm Family Christmas Eucharist
All children are invited to participate in the pageant
7.30 pm Holy Eucharist with Carols
11.00 pm Midnight Mass of Christmas (Vigil at 10.30 pm)
The Cathedral Choir
Wednesday, 25 December
10.00 am Sung Eucharist
The Hawaiian Choir
5.30 pm Christmas Festival of Lessons and Carols
The Cathedral Choir
Posted on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Saturday, Dec. 14 Please join the `Iolani Guild “ohana” at its Christmas luncheon on December 14th as it ends the celebration of its sesquicentennial year with two guest speakers: Tina Aiona, who will make a special presentation on behalf of her late husband, the Reverend Darrow Aiona; and Bill Souza, Protocol Officer for the Order of Kamehameha, who will speak on the importance of customs…
Posted on Friday, December 6, 2013
Giving Gifts to Young Children - Hear Ye! Hear Ye! The Outreach Committee invites you to bring a smile to a less fortunate child this Christmas. Please help by placing a wrapped toy, marked infant to 6 year old, under our Tree of Hope. Our Tree of Hope will be in the Narthex of the Cathedral on Sundays December 8th thru December 22nd.
Posted on Thursday, December 5, 2013
December 15, following each morning service
The annual Candy and Craft Sale is coming soon! Candy making will be held on Saturday, December 14th, starting in Davies Hall at 8 am. Later in the day, we will move to the Von Holt Room to package all the goodies! A light lunch will be offered to all the volunteers.
The Sale will take place following each of the Sunday services on December 15th. Old favorites, such as Coconut Bonbons, Chocolate Covered Cherries, Peanut Butter Balls, Chocolate Dipped Apricots will be back…
Posted on Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Offering Toward the Greening of the Cathedral at Christmas The Greening of the Cathedral for Christmas is a tradition at St. Andrew’s which expresses our memorials to love ones and our celebrations of thanksgiving. The Altar Guild is grateful for your help in fulfilling its mission to make the Cathedral a holy place for Jesus’ birth. There are “Greening” envelopes available in the pews. Or…
Posted on Sunday, December 1, 2013
Friday, November 1, 2013 – Day 306 Hosea 7-8 Psalm 101 Matthew 3 Why do you think that Jesus asked John to baptize him? The other gospels don’t show John’s hesitation. Why do you think that is? Saturday, November 2, 2013 – Day 307 Hosea 9-10 Psalm 102 Matthew 4 Does it surprise you to hear God speaking to the chosen people in such harsh…
Posted on Monday, November 11, 2013