All Saints Day On November 3, 2019, we celebrate the Feast of All Saints. The congregation is invited to bring photos of loved ones who have died. Photos are to be arranged at the altar table prior to the start of each service (7:30a &10a), please arrive early to do so. Lord have mercy on all the departed, may light perpetual shine upon them.
Holy Sovereigns Sunday The Episcopal Church in Hawai'i began in 1862 when King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma invited the Church of England to Hawai‘i. The King and Queen supported the Church's establishment throughout the islands with gifts of land, and by founding the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Honolulu. Queen Emma also founded Queen's Hospital (now Queen's Medical Center) and St. Andrew's Priory School for Girls in Honolulu. Come celebrate their legacy on November 24, 2019 at 9:00AM.
The Rev. Moki Hino and Dixie Kaetsu, formerly of the Church of Holy Apostles, produced a wonderful film entitled Pūlama, in which people from around the Diocese shared personal thoughts about the royal couple and the impact they had and continue to have throughout the islands. Hino and Kaetsu traveled to each of the main islands to conduct the interviews, which were then beautifully interwoven with prayer and reflections. Funded through a Diocesan grant, the video is created for all to view and share as we pay homage to our King and Queen in November. source: https://www.episcopalhawaii.org/where-weve-been.html