Special Church Services, 2021

Services for upcoming holy days, other special services, and programs that blend prayer, fellowship, and learning. Updated regularly.

Also see:
schedule of regular services • calendar of events

Aliʻi Sundays

The Royal Societies are normally invited to the 8:00 am service on these special occasions. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, services may be by streaming only.

January 3, 2021

Queen Emma’s Birthday (January 2, 1836)

February 14, 2021

King Kamehameha IV’s Birthday (February 9, 1834)

May 16, 2021

Prince Albert’s Birthday and Baptism (May 20, 1858)

September 5, 2021

Queen Lili‘uokalani’s Birthday (September 2, 1838)

October 17, 2021

Princess Kaʻiulani’s Birthday (October 16, 1875)

November 14, 2021

Diocesan Feast Day: Queen Lili‘uokalani’s death (November 11, 1917)

November 21, 2021

King Kalakāua’s Birthday (November 16, 1836)

November 28, 2021

Diocesan Feast Day: King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma

December 12, 2021

King Kamehameha V’s Birthday (December 11, 1830)

December 26, 2021

Queen Kapiolani’s Birthday (December 31, 1834)

Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021

7:00 am and 9:00 am: Invitation to a Holy Lent, streamed on Facebook
12:00 noon: Invitation to a Holy Lent, with Bishop Fitzpatrick, live in the Cathedral and streamed on Facebook.
5:30 pm: In-person worship in the Memorial Garden (Ewa side of the Cathedral)
For more information on this service, please see this page.


Until further notice, all Evensongs are streamed live on Facebook.

January 31, 2021

Candlemass Evensong, with the 6-voice choir

March 7, 2021

Evensong with the 6-voice choir

Please check this space monthly for more Evensong scheduling information.


Our beautiful evensongs are made possible thanks to a generous grant from the Orvis Foundation.

Recent and Upcoming Services

The Cathedral of St. Andrew Clergy TeamThe Cathedral of St. Andrew Clergy Team

Effective July 1, 2020, the Cathedral has a clergy team of “Vicars” serving our Cathedral ‘ohana. A familiar presence, Father Keleawe Hee has primary pastoral care oversight, visiting the sick and the housebound. He also has liturgical responsibility for the Sunday 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM liturgies. Newer to the Cathedral Close, Mother Heather Patton-Graham has primary oversight for formation and educational programming, and responsibility for the liturgies on Saturday evening at 5:30 and Sunday morning at 10:00 AM. She will be the primary officiant at monthly Sunday 5:30 Evensongs when they can resume. Mother Heather is also Chaplain at St. Andrew’s Schools.

Heather and Keleawe work together as a team to plan liturgies and special events. They both have offices in the Memorial Building, keeping office hours, as well as availability to meet over the phone, or through other virtual means.

Here’s a little more about each of them:

The Rev. Dr. Keleawe Hee

You may think you already know him, since he has been at the Cathedral for a few years, but did you know that Keleawe is a local boy of Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Filipino descent? He grew up in Kapahulu and would walk to the beach often. He is married to his wife Faye and together they have two daughters who are in their thirties. He ...


photo: stained glass depicting the sacrament