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In This Issue:
+ Presiding Bishop's Easter Message
+ New Priest at Good Shepherd
+ Deadline for Bishops' Scholarships Applications
+ Camp Mokule'ia Recovery Work Days
+ 1% Diocesan Council Grant Deadline is March 25
+ Deadline to Apply for Canon Position
+ Kaua'i Sacred Day Walk for Young Adults
+ Alcohol Policy Updated
+ Summer Program at St. Andrew's Schools
+ St. Clement's & Friends Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
+ Presiding Officers Address Racial Reconciliation and Justice
+ House of Bishops Issues a Word to the Church
+ Resolution for Condemnation of Domestic Violence
+ Updated Safe Church Training Dates
+ ECW Important Dates Coming Up
+ Save the Date! Hui Pu Summer Youth Camp
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This issue's header features the folks at Good Shepherd being blessed on Palm Sunday by their new Rector, the Rev. Craig Vance. Members wave their elaborately woven palms to celebrate the arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem, marking the beginning of Holy Week. (Photo from the Good Shepherd Facebook page.)


Maundy Thursday
Almighty Father, whose dear Son, on the night before he
suffered, instituted the Sacrament of his Body and Blood: Mercifully grant that we may receive it thankfully in
remembrance of Jesus Christ our Lord, who in these holy
mysteries gives us a pledge of eternal life; and who now lives
and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever
and ever. Amen.

Book of Common Prayer
p. 221

Upcoming Meetings

Mark Your


Saturday, April 16, 2016
The Cathedral of St. Andrew: 

Commission on Ministry
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Bishop's Reading Room

Standing Committee
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Von Holt Room

Diocesan Council
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Diocesan Conference Room

Monthly deadline for submission is the last Friday of each month.
 Next due date: 
March 25
Diocesan events header

Save the date!
August 5 & 6, 2016
With the Rev. Cn. Timothy Dombek
More info coming soon

August 28-30, 2016
Camp Mokule'ia
More info coming soon

Upcoming Safe Church Trainings
Please check under the island listings for a class taking place in your area. 
Parish Happenings

Sunday Adult Christian Formation Hour 
Sundays, 9:20 AM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Honolulu

Choral Evensong at The Cathedral
Ongoing Sundays, 5:30 PM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Honolulu

Na Himeni Sing Nights
Ongoing every third Sunday, 6:00 PM
St. Stephen's, Wahiawa
For more info: (808) 330-3769

Harmony Health & Wellness
Ongoing Mondays, 3:30 PM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Davies Hall, Honolulu

Healing Mass at St. Mark's
Ongoing Tuesdays, 12:00 PM 
St. Mark's, Honolulu

Aina Haina Farmer's Market
Ongoing Tuesdays, 5:00 - 7:30 PM
Holy Nativity, Aina Haina

FREE Music Lessons
Ongoing Wednesday evenings
(Call to schedule an appt.)
St. Mary's, Honolulu
Contact: Fr. Dan Werning (808) 388-3121

Moʻiliʻili Service Center
Free medical & legal services, clothing, food, bus passes
Ongoing every last Thursday, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
St. Mary's, Honolulu
(808) 949-4655

Makiki Farmers Market
Ongoing Thursdays, 4:30 - 7:30 PM
St. Clement's, Honolulu
(808) 955-7745

Centering Prayer
Ongoing Thursdays, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Honolulu
For more info: E-mail

Jazz Vespers at St. Peter's
Ongoing Thursdays, 
6:00 PM (Soup & Salad served after the service)
St. Peter's, Honolulu

Pacific Peace Forums (with Potluck)
Ongoing every first Friday, 6:00 PM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Von Holt Room, Honolulu
Contact: Dr. Haʻaheo Guanson, (808) 330-3771

Centering Prayer at St. Timothy's
Ongoing Fridays, 6:00 PM
St. Timothy's Library, Aiea
For more info: (808) 488-5747

Tai Chi at Epiphany
Ongoing Saturdays, 9:00 AM
Epiphany, Honolulu
(808) 734-5706

Meal Prep for IHS
Ongoing every second Saturday, 12:00 PM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Honolulu

Camp Mokule'ia Recovery Work Days
March 25 & 26, 8:00 AM 
Camp Mokule'ia, Waialua

Spiritual Care Volunteer Training
Wednesdays April 6 - May 11, 5:30 PM
St. John Lutheran, Kailua

West O'ahu Regional Confirmation Ceremony
Sunday, April 10, 5:00 PM
St.Timothy's, Aiea

Honolulu Regional Confirmation Ceremony
Saturday, May 7, 5:30 PM
The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Honolulu

Hui Pu Summer Youth Camp
June 24 - July 7 (Separate camps for different age groups)
Camp Mokule'ia, Waialua
For more info:  E-mail Seini Lino or call (808) 632-6241


Christ Memorial Food Pantry
Ongoing Saturdays, 3:30 PM
Christ Memorial, Kilauea

Saturday Market and Swap Meet
Ongoing every second Saturday of the month, 9:00 AM
All Saints', Kapaʻa
For more info...

Saturday Evening Jazz Vespers Communion Service
Ongoing Saturdays, 5:15 PM
St. Michael's, Lihue

ReSource for Christian Spirituality Centering Prayer Group
Ongoing Tuesdays, 8:00 AM
St. Michael's, Lihue
Ongoing Wednesdays, 9:30 AM
St. John's, Ele'ele

Laundry Love Kauai
Ongoing first & third Wednesdays, 5:30 PM
Kapaa Laundromat, Kapaʻa

Soup Kitchen at St. Paul's
Ongoing last Saturdays, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
St. Paul's (ECWK), Kekaha

ReSource: Molokaʻi & Kalaupapa Pilgrimage
April 11-15, 2016

St. John's 75th Anniversary Luncheon
Sunday, May 1, 10:00 AM
St. John's (ECWK), Ele'ele
For more info: (808) 335-5533

ReSource: Kaua'i Sacred Day Walk
June 11-15
Koke'e State Park, Koke'e



Centering Prayer Group
Mondays, 6:15 - 8:00 PM
Trinity By-the-Sea, Kihei

Centering Prayer Group
Thursdays, 4:00 PM
Holy Innocents, Lahaina
For more info: E-mail

Maui Regional Confirmation Ceremony
Saturday, April 2, 10:00 AM
Good Shepherd, Wailuku

Safeguarding God's Children Training
Saturday, April 9, 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
St. John's, Kula 

Good Shepherd 150th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, July 30
Good Shepherd, Wailuku



Teen Tech at St. James'
First & third Sundays, 10:30 AM
St. James' (Spencer Building), Kamuela

Free Community Meal
Ongoing every 4th Saturday, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
St. Augustine's, Kapaau

St. Jude's Women's Bible Study
Ongoing Tuesdays, 10:00 AM

Brown Bag Bible Study
Ongoing Tuesdays, 12:00 PM
St. James', Kamuela

Ka'u Food Pantry 
Ongoing last Tuesdays, 12:00 PM
Ocean View Community Center
Call Karen:  (510) 778-5500

St. Jude's Men's Bible Study
Ongoing Fridays, 9:00 AM
McKinney Place
For more info:  (808) 939-7000

The Labyrinth Book Group
Ongoing Fridays, 9:30 AM
Christ Church, Kealakekua
For more info:  (808) 323-3429

Big Island Regional Confirmation Ceremony
Saturday, May 14, 11:00 AM
Christ Church, Kealakekua




Canon for Congregational Life and Leadership

Full-time, Exempt

Bishop's Office

Click HERE for more info.




Youth Ministry Coordinator

Part-time, St. James', Waimea

Click HERE for more info.


Childcare Worker

Part-time, St. Christopher's, Kailua

Click HERE for more info.


Director of Music

Part-time, St. Peter's, Honolulu

Click HERE for details.


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March 23, 2016


[March 23, 2016] "This world does not need another fairy tale," Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry said in his Easter 2016 Message. "This week's story of crucifixion and resurrection is not a fairy tale."

The following is the text of the Presiding Bishop's Easter 2016 Message. To view the video, click on the image below.

I actually love fairy tales and I used to enjoy reading them to our children when they were young and little. Now to be sure those were the more sanitized fairy tales but there was something good about them, a way of confronting what was tough in life with genuine hope. But they were fairy tales.

This week called Holy Week, the remembrance of Jesus entering Jerusalem and offering His life in the ultimate act of sacrificial love. Good Friday, the experience of betrayal, the experience of friends abandoning you, the experience of injustice and wrong, criminal self-centered conspiracies. And then beyond that Holy Week, the resurrection from the dead. This is not a fairy tale.

The truth is even as we speak this Holy Week, we do so not only in the shadow of the cross but we do so in the shadow of those who have been killed in Brussels, of those who have been wounded and maimed, of those who weep and mourn. And of a world mourning, and not too sure how to move forward. And this world does not need another fairy tale. This week's story of crucifixion and resurrection is not a fairy tale.

Some years ago in the last century George McLeod, the founder of the Iona Community, had fought in the First World War, a war that he came to realize was fought for no good reason. He eventually became ordained, and founded the Iona Community, and at one point he said this about this faith that we hold as followers of Jesus:

I simply argue that the cross be raised again at the centre of the marketplace as well as on the steeple of the church. I am recovering the claim that Jesus was not crucified in a cathedral between two candles, but on a cross between two thieves, on the town garbage dump, at a crossroads so cosmopolitan that they had to write his title in Hebrew, Latin and Greek. It was the kind of place where cynics talk smut, thieves curse, soldiers gamble. That's where he died. And that's where we as Christians ought to be and what we as Christians ought to be about.

This week called Holy, the season called Easter, the remembrance of death and the realization of resurrection, this is not a fairy tale, but the revelation of ultimate reality. Now the truth is it's easy to dismiss or discount whether by conscious conviction or by unconscious resignation to dismiss this as naïve, nice, but naïve. It's easy to dismiss it whether consciously or unconsciously as a great hope, a wonderful ideal, but not realistic in a world like this. Maybe, parts of us I suspect wonder, maybe the strong do survive, maybe might does make right, maybe you better look out for number one. I suspect we all share those feelings once in a while.

But, I have to ask myself a question. It's not my question, it's Dr. Phil's, "How's that workin' out for ya?" How's that workin' out for the world? The truth is, the way the world very often operates is not working out. It's not sustainable. It's not the way to life. Jesus has shown us the way. He has shown us that unselfish, sacrificial love, love of God, and love of the other, is the way to life. That, my friends, is the ultimate reality. And that's not a fairy tale.

When Jesus was executed, He was tried and convicted of crimes He never committed. He willingly gave His life. Not for Himself, but for others. And in so doing, He showed us what love looks like. That's what we call the Way of the Cross. And that Way is the way of life and hope. And when He died, His closest followers feared that maybe the strong do survive. Maybe might does make right. And maybe we better look out for number one. 'Cause maybe the world has won.

But three days later, something happened. Unexpected. Undreamed of. Unheralded. Three days later their world turned upside-down which is right-side up. God raised Him from the dead. And you could almost hear God thundering forth in that resurrection. Love, in the end, love wins! Love is the way! Trust me! Follow me! Believe in me! This resurrection is real! This is not a fairy tale!

So go forth into this world. Don't be afraid. And don't be ashamed to be people of love. And go forth into this world and help us to change it from the nightmare it often is into the dream that God intends.

A blessed Holy Week, a blessed Easter, and go forth into the world. Amen.

The Most Rev. Michael Curry
Presiding Bishop and Primate
The Episcopal Church
The following are excerpts from a News Release issued by Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, dated March 18, 2016:

The Rev. Craig D. Vance is New Priest at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Wailuku
The Rev. Craig D. Vance has arrived to become the Rector of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Wailuku. Vance was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and studied in Saskatchewan, Sweden, Germany and British Columbia, Canada. He studied theology at Regent College, Vancouver, and received his Master in Divinity from the Vancouver School of Theology in 2003.  He has worked in affordable housing development and community economic development. He served as Rector for nine years at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church in Cloverdale, British Columbia.

Vance arrives as Good Shepherd begins its Sesquicentennial (150th Anniversary) celebration.  Good Shepherd held its first service on February 25, 1866, with the Rev. George B. Whipple as Rector. 

"I'm honored to have been called to serve the people of God at Good Shepherd during its Sesquicentennial," said Vance. "Good Shepherd has a long history in Wailuku, and a lot of exciting things have happened and will continue to happen.  Good Shepherd is a very special place and everyone has been very welcoming."  

Vance will officially be installed as Rector in the fall.  

(Photo is from the Good Shepherd Facebook page with Fr. Craig leading the Palm Sunday procession in Wailuku.)
Deadline is tomorrow, March 24!
Bishops' Scholarships Applications

The Diocese of Hawai'i has two scholarship funds available for students for the 2016-2017 school year:
  • Bishop's Scholarship Fund - Students entering kindergarten to grade 12 entering an Episcopal Church-related school in the Diocese of Hawai'i for the first time.
  • The Chang Clergy Children's Scholarship Fund - Children of clergy under the age of 24 who are canonically resident and domiciled in the Diocese of Hawai'i.
The submission deadline is Thursday, March 24, 2016, at 4:00 PM. For detailed eligibility requirements and to download the application packet, click HERE.  For more information or should you have any questions, please e-mail Irina Martikainen.
This weekend - March 25 & 26
Camp Mokule'ia Recovery Work Days

There is still much to do in the recovery and restoration of Camp Mokule'ia after giant waves pounded the north shore of all islands last month, and left destruction and damage in its wake.  

This Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26, will be recovery work days where all are invited to come and lend a helping hand.  Many turned out to help in the midst of the damaging winter surf and we hope to have the same inspiration and collective effort for the next steps. 

Each day the camp is not open for business, reservations are cancelled and there is a loss of income. We need to be open by Monday, March 28, and need your help! 

Work days will from from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Bring your gloves, shoes, shovels, sand rakes, carpentry tools and joyful willing spirits!  If you can come, e-mail Rev. David Turner listing any special skills you have.

Note that these work days fall on Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Come work with us to prepare of the Good News of Easter!
Make a donation!
Monetary donations are welcome to help cover the extensive costs not covered by insurance. Give online HERE. Select "General Fund" or please make checks payable to "Camp Mokuleia" and send to: Camp Mokule'ia, 68-729 Farrington Hwy., Waialua, HI 96791
1% Diocesan Council Grant Deadline is March 25
The monthly deadline to apply for a 1% Diocesan Council Grant is this Friday, March 25.  New guidelines for 2016 have been posted on the diocesan website's "Forms and Documents" page HERE. (Scroll down to "Grants".)

The grants, which have been awarded to a number of programs throughout the Diocese in 2015, support activities based on the Five Marks of Mission and are in alignment with the vision and goals of The Episcopal Church in Hawai'i. Soup kitchens, music and children's programs, Care Van ministry, technology and laundry outreach are some of the programs that were funded. 
Deadline to Apply is March 31
Bishop's Office Now Accepting Applications for:
Canon for Congregational Life and Leadership
The Office of the Bishop has been accepting applications for the position of Canon for Congregational Life and Leadership.  The position is a full-time exempt, senior position that reports directly to the Bishop.

The Canon will be working closely with clergy and lay leadership, providing the support, resources and insights that will encourage the spiritual and organizational health and growth of the parishes and missions of the Diocese. The Canon will focus attention on congregational development support, stewardship formation, evangelism, formation, discipleship, and mission planning. The Canon will also fully participate in the liturgical and sacramental life of the Diocese. The Canon is called to encourage a vision of congregational life that is spiritually vibrant, mission-focused, and fully alive in the local community.

The job description and application instructions are posted on the Diocese's Transition Ministry webpage. The Ministry Portfolio for the Canon position is also posted and live on the Office of Transition Ministry (OTM) website HERE. Clergy that do not yet have accounts with OTM and need help setting one up, please e-mail Irina Martikainen for assistance.  The deadline to apply is March 31, 2016. 
Deadline to Register is March 31
Kaua'i Sacred Day Walk for Young Adults

ReSource for Christian Spirituality announces its annual Kaua'i Sacred Day Walk taking place on June 11-15, at Koke'e State Park. This incredible experience is limited to 10 adults, ages 18-35.  Participants will spend unhurried time with others and personal time with God:
  • Explore what's real in our life
  • Consider what God and Jesus mean to you
  • Notice and experience the Holy Spirit in your life
  • Discover and reflect upon your unique God-given gifts
  • Begin to see where God maybe calling you in Christian service to others
Cost is $100 (plus airfare if applicable).  Deadline to register is March 31, 2016.  For more information, download the flyer HERE, or contact Rev. Phyllis Meighen at (808) 647-4346, or e-mail her.
Diocesan Alcohol Policy Updated
The Alcohol Policy of the Episcopal Diocese of Hawai'i was updated and adopted by the Bishop and Standing Committee effective the First Sunday of Advent, November 29, 2015.  The policy can be viewed on the diocesan website under Resources > Forms & Documents, or click HERE to view the document.
Summer Program at The St. Andrew's Schools
The St. Andrew's Schools offers a variety of summer-time college-prep and enrichment opportunities for girls and boys, grades K-12. You can choose half-day or all-day options and classes and activities are offered both in and outside of the classroom. The School's downtown location makes The St. Andrew's Schools ideal for busy, working parents and for families living in the downtown, Honolulu area. Program and registration information are available by calling 532-2464 or visiting the website HERE
Save the Dates!
St. Clement's & Friends 
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

We are pleased to announce the 2017 St. Clement's & Friends Pilgrimage to the Holy Land that will take place over 11 days, October 20 - 30, 2017.  The pilgrimage will be led under the direction of the Rev. Christopher Golding, Associate Rector of St. Clement, and local guide, Canon lyad Qumri, Lay Canon of St. George's Cathedral in Jerusalem.  We will visit Jerusalem, Jericho, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Nablus, Bethlehem, Emmaus and more! Optional pilgrimage extensions available.  For more information and to submit expressions of interest, e-mail Rev. Golding.

What's Happening in The Episcopal Church? 

Announcements from around The Episcopal Church & beyond 

Presiding Officers Address Racial 
Reconciliation and Justice
The leaders of the House of Bishops and House of Deputies issued a letter to all Bishops and Deputies on March 12, 2016, calling attention to the Church's commitment to racial justice and reconciliation made during last summer's General Convention.  

In a meeting of the leaders held in early February in Austin, Texas, they adopted two essential practices: deep listening to stories and patient commitment to mutual transformation over the long haul.

The letter closes with the following: "We share the longing of our Lord Jesus Christ for metanoia - to turn, to be reborn as a Church engaged in behaviors, commitments and relationships that reflect the love of the One who called us to be one."

To read the letter in its entirety, click HERE
House of Bishops Issues a Word to the Church
[March 15, 2016]  The House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church, meeting in retreat, unanimously approved the following Word To The Church.
A Word to the Church
Holy Week 2016

"We reject the idolatrous notion that we can ensure the safety of some by sacrificing the hopes of others."

On Good Friday the ruling political forces of the day tortured and executed an innocent man. They sacrificed the weak and the blameless to protect their own status and power. On the third day Jesus was raised from the dead, revealing not only their injustice but also unmasking the lie that might makes right.

In a country still living under the shadow of the lynching tree, we are troubled by the violent forces being released by this season's political rhetoric. Americans are turning against their neighbors, particularly those on the margins of society. They seek to secure their own safety and security at the expense of others. There is legitimate reason to fear where this rhetoric and the actions arising from it might take us.

In this moment, we resemble God's children wandering in the wilderness. We, like they, are struggling to find our way. They turned from following God and worshiped a golden calf constructed from their own wealth. The current rhetoric is leading us to construct a modern false idol out of power and privilege. We reject the idolatrous notion that we can ensure the safety of some by sacrificing the hopes of others. No matter where we fall on the political spectrum, we must respect the dignity of every human being and we must seek the common good above all else.

We call for prayer for our country that a spirit of reconciliation will prevail and we will not betray our true selves.

The Episcopal Church House of Bishops met in retreat March 11 - 15 at Camp Allen Conference Center in Navasota, TX.
Resolution for Condemnation of Domestic Violence
The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church has adopted a Resolution addressing domestic violence, that condemns all "manifestations and instances of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence, and stalking."  
The Executive Council met in Fort Worth Texas on February 26-28, 2016. The Resolution can be viewed in its entirety HERE.
Safe church logo 
UPDATED: Safe Church Training Dates
The Church's Safe Church Policies require church leadership and those working with children to attend special training classes. The following classes have been set up with more to come. Please read the Safe Church Policies to note the differences between Safeguarding God's Children and Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training, and to see if you are required to attend a class. 
  • Saturday April 9, 2016 - Safeguarding God's Children Training (St. John's, Kula, Maui) - Register HERE.
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ECW Important Dates Coming Up
The Epsicopal Church Women (ECW) of the Diocese of Hawai'i, announce the following important dates to remember:
  • Church Periodical Club (CPC) grant applications are now being accepted. Deadline to apply is March 30.  For more information and to apply, e-mail Sandy Leialoha.
  • The annual ECW Quiet Day is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 30, 2016. Mark your calendars and save the date!  More information to come soon.
  • ECW Specials - The ECW Special grant applications are due on Saturday, July 15, 2016. More information can be found on the ECW webpage HERE.
Save the Date!
Hui Pu Summer Youth Camp Coming Soon

GIVE TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL MEDIA A BREAK and join us for an awesome and spiritually fulfilling summer break. Hui Pu is a summer camp for youth in grades 4 - 12. Expect a week full of adventure, fun and GOD, all the while making new FRIENDS!  
  • June 24- 26:  Elementary School (Grades 4-5)
  • June 27 - July 1:  Middle School (Grades 6-8)
  • July 3 - 7:  High School (Grades 9-12)
For more information, contact Seini Lino, Associate Program Director, at (808) 637-6241, or e-mail her, and visit the Camp Mokule'ia website HERE.


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Did you miss an edition of the E-News? Listed below are the titles of some recently published announcements. To see the complete article, click on the linked issues below or visit the Diocesan website's 

Bishop's Message on Camp Mokule'ia

Help Needed at Camp Mokule'ia

Pacific Islander Ministry Easter Camp

Spiritual Care Volunteer Spring Training

Episcopal Church Constitution and Canons Available

Young Adult, Campus Ministry Leadership Conference Slated

The Rev. Dcn. John Arthur Holmes

Bishop's Office Now Accepting Applications for Canon Position Deadline March 31

Free Music Lessons at St. Mary's

ECW Important Dates Coming Up

Presiding Bishop: Remembering our sister and brother Christians"

The Rev. John A. Longo

Lent Reminder from the Bishop

Lent Madness Begins!

Lenten Jazz Vespers at St. Peter's

Free Lunctime Lecture Series

Hui Pu Summer Youth Camp

The Episcopal Church Offers Up Lenten Resources

Bishop: Communiqué from the Primates

2016 Diocesan Grant Guidelines

Bishops' Scholarship Applications

Prayers of the People with Hawaiian Values

Presiding Bishop Speaks on Actions at Primates Meeting



Contact Information
Sybil Nishioka, Editor

Office of the Bishop
229 Queen Emma Square
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 536-7776