Posts from 2013

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St. John’s Kula Festival 2013

by St. John's

The 31st Annual St. John’s Kula Festival will be held on Sept. 28, 2013 at 8992 Kula Highway, across from Keokea Park from 9:00am to 3:00pm. This festival is always greatly anticipated by the residents of upcountry each year as a tradition that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Come and meet our new […]

A Cup Of Cold Water: Item Of the Month for August

by St. John's

The month of August 2013 we are asking our fellow Episcopalians from our four Maui churches to supply us with new (or in unused condition) t-shirts. Just t-shirts that are new or have never been worn.  Maybe washed once. Something you would wear. There is a marked plastic bin in the St. John’s parish hall. […]

A Cup Of Cold Water: Item Of the Month

by St. John's

This month we are asking our fellow Episcopalians from our four churches to supply us with any new or in very good condition headwear, including baseball caps, straw hats, or any type of head cover, that we may be able to distribute. As you are all aware, sun exposure is always a concern with the […]

DAMIEN: 1 Man Show

by St. John's

On June 1st St. John’s was blessed to experience the performance by Vinnie Linares of “Damien” by Aldyth Morris. Linares has performed this play many times over the last 13 years, including in Rome, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, at Kalaupapa and various locations in Maui and Oahu. This was the second time that it […]

Episcopal Diocese of Hawai’i presents…Hui Pu

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The Episcopal Diocese of Hawai’i presents… Hui Pu (meaning “gathering”) at Camp Mokule’ia this summer. This camp was designed with youth in mind and gives participants the opportunity to experience God through nature and camping while developing friendships and bonds that will last a lifetime. Programming includes such activities as a ropes course, beach art, […]

A Few Notes on the Season of Advent by Rev. Kerith

by St. John's

On December 2nd, the First Sunday of Advent, the church begins a new calendar year. The season of Advent marks a period of expectant waiting for the coming of Christ from three perspectives. First, it offers the opportunity to share in the ancient longing for the coming of the Messiah. Second, we await and prepare […]

St. John’s Welcomes Priest-in-Charge Reverend Kerith Harding

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On a brisk Kula morning I knocked on the door of the rectory and a protective and inquisitive barking greeted me. Then the door swung open as I was warmly received by Alison Donohue, Pastor Kerith Harding’s spouse. She introduced me to Haley, named after the comet, their dog. When asked about her professional title, Kerith told […]