Dear Cathedral Ohana: Today (Tuesday) I’m writing to you from Richmond, Virginia where I am spending a week with seminarians who are gathering to hone their preaching skills and where I have the privilege ofContinue reading
Grief is the garden of compassion. But it’s hard!!! The process of grieving is an incredibly difficult journey, and this path is different for each of us. Sometimes we feel alone amidst a large crowdContinue reading
There will be a planned giving workshop on Saturday, June 8, 2019, from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM in the Von Holt Room. Whether you have an existing plan for a bequest to the Cathedral and/or other charitiesContinue reading
Uncle Hartwell, a beloved member of the Cathedral, died on January 29, 2019. His funeral was held on March 1. Because of his long and devoted service to the Cathedral and our community, he wasContinue reading
The Cathedral Choir, under the direction of Todd Beckham, has scheduled the following special music events for the balance of Lent and the Easter Season: April 7, 10:30 am Eucharist: the HPU International vocal ensembleContinue reading
The Cathedral’s 2019 Annual meeting was held on January 27, 2019, in Tenney Theater. Following is a summary of the meeting, with links to appropriate documents for your reference. Election of Junior Warden, Chapter Members,Continue reading
For the election at our annual meeting we have the following candidates nominated by Chapter. Additional candidates for any office may volunteer at the meeting. Junior Warden Warren Wright has resigned as Junior Warden. TheContinue reading
The Cathedral has released its schedule of Ali‘i Sunday services and Evensongs.
The Ali‘i Sundays honor members of the royal family of the Kingdom of Hawai‘i, with particular emphasis on King Kamehamena IV and Queen Emma, as they were the founders of this Cathedral. They donated the land on which it stands, and Queen Emma personally supervised the building of the Cathedral edifice. On each of the Ali‘i Sundays the Hawaiian Royal Societies and other ahahui (Hawaiian clubs) join us for the 8:00 am Hawaiian service, and the front pews are reserved for them. A special reception follows. Their processions in and out add an extra note of pageantry to the Hawaiian service.