Honolulu organist John Renke will perform a recital at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Kula on November 1 at 6pm. Free admission. John is Director of Music at St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Honolulu. He is passionate in his various roles as an organist, conductor, composer, liturgist and teacher. He has held positions in the San […]
Members of St. John’s gathered with members of the Kula Catholic Community at Keokea Park on April 13 to celebrate Palm Sunday, in commemoration of our Lord’s entrance into Jerusalem and the beginning of Holy Week. Associate Pastor David Jackson led a short homily to remind us all of how we might wisely spend this […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]