is an active congregation in Hawaii's Anglican tradition,
glorifying and enjoying God's love,
celebrating Christian life,
providing for education,
encouraging spiritual growth
and sharing God's bounty.
We are youth and seniors, families and singles, thinkers and hands-on folk, learners and teachers, conservative and liberal. Our roots are American, Asian, European, Polynesian, African. We stand to praise God, sit for instruction, and prefer to kneel to pray -- although we don't mind if someone near us stands to pray. Our common bonds are our Christian faith, our preference for liturgical worship, and teachings of the Episcopal Church.
"I have called you by name. You are mine."
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December 12, 2013
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