The Makahiki season is the ancient Hawaiian New Year festival, in honor of the god Lono, of the Hawaiian religion. The season is four lunar months long, from October or November until February or March.Continue reading
Looking forward to World Refugee Day June 20, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry issued the following statement: “Our work with and for refugees began when we began to follow Jesus, toContinue reading
The next meeting of the Pacific Peace Forum, sponsored by the Pacific Justice & Reconciliation Center and the Cathedral of St. Andrew Social Justice Committee, will feature “Stations of the Cross: Reconciling activism, colonialism, andContinue reading
In 2012, Sonny was the lead writer of the Native Hawaiian Justice Task Force Report, delivered to the legislature in 2013. He is an instructor in the Ethnic Studies and American Studies departments at theContinue reading
Kim Coco will share her perspectives on housing discrimination on Oahu and factors that cause a shortage of affordable housing for previously homeless families locally.
Please join us in our ongoing series exploring ways communities of faith can be agents of social justice and empower advocacy movements on a local level.
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.Continue reading
Established in 2011 and located behind Davies Hall, this ministry cares for the homeless populations by growing vegetables, herbs, Hawai’ian and Polynesian plants. The garden supplies vegetables and herbs for IHS meals and the SandwichContinue reading
Saturday, Jun. 14, 2014, 7:45 am Meet at St. Andrew’s Cathedral Parking Lot The St. Andrew’s Cathedral Social Justice Ministry crew invites you to participate in a hands-on all-day excursion to Ka’ala Farms to learnContinue reading
On Saturday, February 8th from 7P to 11P at Tenney Theater of St. Andrew’s Cathedral (229 Queen Emma Sq. Honolulu, HI), the dynamic, Brooklyn-based female duo CLIMBING POETREE will grace the stage with their award-winningContinue reading
F.A.C.E. (Faith Action for Community Equity) is a grassroots community-organizing group. The Cathedral of St. Andrew is a member of F.A.C.E. Through the end of January, FACE will be conducting House Meetings in the variousContinue reading