E KOMO MAI NO HALE
Come Inside, This House is Yours
JOIN US THIS SUNDAY:
The 16th Sunday after
September 25, 2022
Worship with us in-person
at 5286 Kalaniana'ole Highway in Honolulu
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NEWS & EVENTS
Consecrated Wine to be available
Given current public health statistics, HNC will be returning to the practice of offering consecrated wine in addition to bread at communion time during our services.
Going forward, the Eucharistic Minister will be present outside the chancel rail.
After communicants have received the bread, all will have the option to drink from the chalice.
(We will continue to refrain from dipping the bread, called "intinction," for now.)
Anyone who wishes to decline the offer to drink from the common cup is welcome to continue our current practice of receiving the sacrament "in one kind only," which is considered a full communion in our church.
We are grateful to be able to return to practice that is cherished and has been missed by many!
Mid-week Eucharist continues at HNC!
The Rev. Alison Dingley will be leading the mid-week Eucharist this Fall.
Mid-week services will be on
Thursdays at 11am, and will run through November 17th.
Please note that mid-week eucharist will be held in MONTERIO CHAPEL (pictured above) with Bible study to follow.
All are welcome!
OUR HOUSE IS YOURS
Holy Nativity has a 72-year tradition in Southeast Oahu, from the days when Aina Haina was a fast-growing community of young families to the diverse and busy neighborhoods of today.
We look forward to seeing familiar faces and newcomers, those exploring the Christian faith, Christians of all faiths seeking a new church home, and practicing Episcopalians who want to come and worship with us!
WE ARE MORE THAN JUST A CHURCH
Our members are of all ages and provide valuable outreach services and participate in extra religious activities throughout our community
Our caring and experienced ministers visit private homes and care facilities, and provide baptism, confirmation, wedding, and other Christian services
Our Campus facilities are available to the public for weddings, parties, sports events, meetings, and other one-time or recurring activities
Our Columbarium and Memorial Garden are a constant reminder of the tender and eternal bond between the deceased and their church family
Our Children's Sunday School helps our next generation learn how to inspire others through a solid Christian foundation based on faith, hope and love
Our Vestry are members elected to conduct the affairs of the church and serve as our legal representatives on important matters
Our Thrift Shop is known for great bargains on quality merchandise with proceeds going toward our community outreach operating expenses
YOU CAN HELP US PROVIDE INSPIRATION THROUGHOUT OUR ISLAND COMMUNITY
Use the button below to explore the different ways you can use your talents to help us succeed in our mission
Use the button below to help support our mission financially through a recurring weekly or monthly pledge, or through a one-time donation.
MAHALO NUI LOA FOR YOUR SUPPORT!