All Advent season services and events are also listed on our Events calendar, but below is an all-in-one list of all of our services for the season. Merry Christmas to all! Services Christmas Eve – Tuesday December 24 4pm – Lessons and Carols with Communion (Family Service) 8pm – Candlelight Eucharist 10pm – Carol Singing […]
Story By: Kit Hart, Photo By: Llevellyn Lightsey The first Cup of Cold Water run began Sunday morning, October 13 at beautiful Trinity by the Sea in Kihei with a service in Hawaiian, a blessing, and an inspiring send-off sermon by Keku Akana, our leader. After a tasty lunch, four of us set out in […]
Story By Julenne Mounts, Photos: Kay Kunisawa, Julenne Mounts On September 21, 2013, Master Organ Builder Hans Ulrich Erbsloeh and his Journeyman assistant Bernd Becker arrived on Maui to undertake the tasks of cleaning, repairing, performing maintenance, tuning, and removing misconstructions from St. Johns’ Oberlinger 11-stop pipe organ. Erbsloeh, who visited St. John’s two years […]
St. John’s will have one service Thanksgiving Day at 8:30 AM. Rev. David Baar will be celebrating the service. Friday after Thanksgiving (11/29) will be St. John’s monthly community dinner with wonderful fellowship and a delicious Thanksgiving meal. Dinner is from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM and all are welcome.
On Friday September 27, 2013 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm, join us under the Kula stars for a magical “Taste of Upcountry” at St. John’s. This spectacular event will feature delicious food prepared by our own Maui College Culinary Students using only Maui grown produce and Maui Cattle Company beef. Tedeschi Vineyards Wine Tasting will feature […]
BREAKING NEWS FOR KULA FESTIVAL! Uluwehi Choir is returning with 60 members and in full song! Our first “Hole in One Golf Challenge” – an all-day event down the hill from the rectory. The first ever “Cake Walk” with great prizes! Gift Baskets are now part of the silent auction! Maui Quilt Guild announces over […]
Ah Flossie, it was said you’d turned into a Tropical Depression but you still sent a wallop. When Reverend Kerith woke up at the Rectory to a “really loud noise” around 10:00pm, there was still so much rain she couldn’t see what had occurred until the next morning. Our amazingly large cypress tree fell towards […]