UPDATE: Rev. Ateek’s talks in Hawai’i are being postponed due to Coronavirus concerns. We hope to be able to reschedule him at a later date. The Rev. Naim Ateek is a retired priest of St. George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem. Born in Palestine in 1937, he cofounded SABEEL ECUMENICAL LIBERATION THEOLOGY CENTER (1989) which works for peace […]
All are welcome to come shop! Our annual rummage sale is not only a great fundraiser for St. John’s, but also a wonderful way to be good stewards of the earth by recycling used goods and offering amazingly affordable items to the wider upcountry community.
As is our annual tradition, the keiki and young adults of St. John’s will present a Christmas Pageant on December 22nd, during the 9:30am worship service. Parents/guardians: Please arrive by 9am to help your child(ren) into their costume(s).
Don’t miss the most holy of nights at St. John’s, with three services to choose from: 4pm with keyboard and choir 8pm & 10:30 with organ and string trio
Alleluia! Alleluia! Come celebrate Easter at St. John’s! Sing to accompaniment of organ and trumpet! Make a joyful noise to the Lord! Brunch will be held between services (around 8:30; calabash) and the egg hunt will follow the 9:30 service. Childcare and Sunday School are available. Questions? Call the office at 878-1485.
Kids and their families are meeting in the kitchen from 11-1pm to color easter eggs. A keiki appropriate lunch will be provided. All are welcomed and encouraged to invite friends!
Disciples of all ages are invited to come walk the interactive “Stations of Holy Week.” Wash feet, break bread, and think deeply about how Jesus’ love for us led him through his last days. Participants may arrive to begin walking the stations any time between 5-6pm on Maundy Thursday.
It’s that time of year again, when we raise funds for St. John’s while also being good stewards of the earth, recycling and reusing as much as we can for the benefit of the wider Upcountry community. Donations are being sought, though we are hopeful people can wait until after February 15th’s Valentine’s Dinner, as […]
Our annual Valentine’s dinner with Segolene Wilson’s 3rd grade French students will be held February 15th at 5:30pm in the Parish Hall. There will be live music and a plated dinner, served by the keiki. Contact Janet Makua in the church office for tickets ($35/each). Volunteer opportunities in the kitchen are also available.