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Prayers
Nota Bene
Calendar Highlights
Clergy, Staff, and Chapter
As We Enter Holy Week
Maundy Thursday Prayer Vigil
Adult Formation
Palm Sunday Evensong Concert
Noontime Concerts
Easter Floral Decorating
Wednesday Lenten Program
Godly Play
Easter Flowers
Easter Floral Decorating
Easter Eggs
Easter Floral Decorating
Holy Week Schedule
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Prayers

 

Prayer Request--Cathedral members and friends have asked for prayers for the following people:

 

Paulie, Mary O, Phil, Kilani, Howard, Bruss, Dick, Thelma, Ed, Pat, Cliff, Cathie, Celina, Gayle, Lu, Hawley, Joan, Thelma, Luisa, Richard, Wanda, Kathy, and Ben.

 

Please keep Bishop Chang and Dee in your prayers.  Bishop Chang is in Los Angeles as an out-patient at City of Hope Hospital receiving treatment.  He has been scheduled for surgery on April 28.

 

Christ, look upon us in this city; keep our compassion fresh and our faces heavenward lest we grow hard.

Nota Bene
Notes, Reminders, etc.
 

You can now go online and check your Cathedral membership information and giving at:

www.thecathedralofstandrew.org/access/

Calendar Highlights
Visit the Cathedral web site to see the full calendar at  www.thecathedralofstandrew.org 

 

Friday, 11 April

Holy Eucharist

7:15 am - 8:00 am

Peace Chapel

 

Noontime Concerts

12:15 pm - 12:45 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

HPU Choral Ensambles

 

Saturday, 12 April

Yoga with Derek Meier

8:15 am - 9:30 am

Von Holt Room

 

Vigil Eucharist

5:30 pm - 6:15 pm

Peace Chapel

 

Sunday, 13 April

The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday

Holy Eucharist - Rite I

7:00 am - 7:50 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Holy Eucharist - Rite II with the Hawaiian Choir

8:00 am - 9:00 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral

Ka `Eukalikia Hemolele

 

Godly Play Children's Gathering on the Square

9:00 am - 10:00 am

St. Peter's Church Loft

 

Adult Education at the Dean's Forum

9:20 am - 10:10 am

Von Holt Room

 

Sung Eucharist - Rite II with the Cathedral Choir

10:30 am - 11:50 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral

Aloha hour of fellowship follows this service

 

Emmaus Journey

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Priory Activity Room

 

Evensong Concert by the Cathedral Choir

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

John Stainer's oratorio, The Crucifixion

 

Monday, 14 April

Holy Eucharist

7:15 am - 8:00 am

Peace Chapel

 

Harmony, Health & Wellness Program

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Davies Hall

 

Evensong & Sermon

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Sung Compline

8:30 pm - 9:00 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Tuesday, 15 April

Holy Eucharist

7:15 am - 8:00 am

Peace Chapel

 

Evensong & Sermon

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Bell Ringing Practice

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cathedral Bell Tower

 

Sung Compline

8:30 pm - 9:00 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Wednesday, 16 April

Holy Eucharist

12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Peace Chapel

 

Evensong & Holy Communion

5:30 pm - 6:15 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Sung Compline

8:30 pm - 9:15 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Thursday, 17 April

Maundy Thursday

 

Centering Prayer

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Clergy Vestry

 

Sung Mass

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Sung Compline

8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Friday, 18 April

Good Friday

 

Good Friday Liturgy

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Stations of the Cross

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Saturday, 19 April

Holy Saturday

The Eve of Easter

 

Yoga with Derek Meier

8:15 am - 9:30 am

Von Holt Room

 

Liturgy of Holy Saturday

9:30 am - 10:00 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

The Great Vigil of Easter

10:00 pm - 11:30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Sunday, 20 April

Easter Day

Holy Eucharist - Rite I

7:00 am - 7:50 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral

 

Holy Eucharist - Rite II with the Hawaiian Choir

8:00 am - 9:00 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral - Honolulu

Ka `Eukalikia Hemolele

 

Godly Play Children's Gathering on the Square

9:00 am - 10:00 am

St. Peter's Church Loft

 

Cathedral Easter Egg Hunt

9:15 am - 10:15 am

Davies Lawn

 

Adult Education at the Dean's Forum

9:20 am - 10:10 am

Von Holt Room

 

Sung Eucharist - Rite II with the Cathedral Choir

10:30 am - 11:50 am

St. Andrew's Cathedral

Aloha hour of fellowship follows this service

 

Cathedral Easter Egg Hunt

11:45 am - 12:45 pm

Davies Lawn

 

Choral Evensong on Easter Day

5:30 pm - 6:15 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

Clergy, Staff, and Chapter

The Episcopal Diocese of Hawai'i

The Right Rev. Robert L. Fitzpatrick

Bishop of Hawai'i

 

The Cathedral of St. Andrew

Clergy

The Very Rev. Walter B.A. Brownridge

Dean

 

The Rev. Susan R. Sowers

Associate for Pastoral Care

 

The Rev. Dcn. Kaleo Patterson
Deacon  

 

Program Staff

John Renke

Canon for Music

 

Dr. Susan Lukens

Director of Christian Formation

 

The Rev. Daniel Benedict

Ecumenical Associate

 

Administrative Staff

Charmaine Bernard

Administrator/Office Manager

 

Natasha Dator,

Dean's and Parish Secretary

 

Eric Banaticla

Sexton

 

Mabel Gallegos

Saturday Sexton

 

Chapter

The Rt. Rev. Robert L. Fitzpatrick

President

 

The Very Rev. Walter B.A. Brownridge

Vice-President

 

Debbie Nakanelua-Richards

Senior Warden

 

Andrew Jackson & Christopher Bridges

Junior Warden

 

Elizabeth Conklin

Treasurer

 

Leianne Lee Loy

Clerk

 

Class of 2015

Stanley Yon

Devin Alford

Roth Puahala

 

Class of 2016

Ann Reimers

Priscilla Millen

Kathy Xian

 

Class of 2017

Leianne Lee Loy

Paulette Moore

Harry Spiegelberg

 

Diocesan Representatives

The Rev. Paul Lillie
Mr. John Decker
The Rev. Brian Grieves
Ms. Erlinda Butay

13 April 2014

A Meditation As We Enter Holy Week

 

As we collectively think about our journey with Christ into Holy Week, I thought it might be beneficial to hear some thoughts from a friend of mine, the Rev. Laurie Brock. Portions of her meditation on Holy Week were extracted from her blog site, www.dirtysexyministry.com. She offers us a 'new voice,' from a perspective of someone outside our context. I pray that some of her experience and impressions of the Episcopal church's liturgy help each of us go deeper in faith, as we personally experience these liturgies in our own Cathedral. It's a reminder that the Body of Christ, around the Globe, is about to enter a special and holy week. It's one we've prepared for all Lent. Please do consider how you might arrange your schedule to attend these most holy services of the year.

Blessings through the One who died and rose again for us all,
Walter+  

 

The Rev. Laurie Brock


... Still a few days before Palm Sunday. But I wanted to share why the services of Holy Week are among the most profound, most meaningful liturgies we celebrate as a Church.

On Palm Sunday. We arrive. We hear how much the people loved Jesus. They had an impromptu parade. And then, later in the service, we hear how complicit we were in Jesus' death. And there we are...faced with the truth of how fickle we humans are. We can love someone, as long as they agree with us, make us feel happy, and don't challenge us. But the minute they act in a way we dislike, our favor fades. We gossip. We betray. We wound. Or the minute they become enemy or simply fodder for someone more powerful than we, our favor fades. We become silent, distant. And we yell, "Crucify him." Or we just watch from the distance as someone else (thankfully, not us) is beaten and abused.

We can simply come to Palm Sunday and return a week later to Easter and God will love us. We will get some portion of the story, participate at some level of the meaning, and experience the journey. But you'll miss the fullness of all that is the narrative.

Which is why the Triduum is such a key part of Holy Week. This ancient liturgy of the Triduum in the Church has a particularly beautiful sense of movement, drama, and time, the three holy days of one service. There is so much meaning in the singular liturgy it takes the Church three days to express it all.

Beginning with Maundy Thursday, we gather with Jesus, hear the commandments, wash each other's feet (which invites us into all sorts of emotional responses of washing and having feet washed - not to be dismissed as an important part of being a disciple), and do this in remembrance of me. Then, in the quiet aftermath of it all, we strip the altar while hearing the words of the Psalm. "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" What began as a celebration ends abruptly...except it really doesn't end at all. We just pause the action. We leave empty, confused, even sad. We know what is coming, just as Jesus' disciples do. Grief invades our bones.

Some Churches have places of prayer and meditation between the pause of the Maundy Thursday service and the beginning of the Good Friday service. It reflects the time in the Garden, when Jesus is praying and the disciples are trying to pray, but falling asleep instead. And we aren't much different. Some stay for a few moments, but we fall asleep. We have work, children at home, things to do. We have reasons not to be part of such an unreasonable thing like sitting in prayer in the wee hours of the morning.

Some do. They pray with us and for us. They are present, and yet, what will happen will still happen. Good Friday is suddenly here.

Good Friday is a stark, solemn service. We read the Passion Gospel. We venerate the cross. We do not celebrate the Holy Eucharist. When you kill God, you don't get to participate in a feast of love and welcome. Maybe there is music, maybe not. And we pause again. No blessing. No dismissal. Just empty silence. God is dead...right?

And then what I think is the most beautiful, powerful service of the Christian year - the Easter Vigil. We begin in the garden, in the dusk, and we light the new fire. And it's a fire. None of this match to Paschal Candle dainty proper stuff. Nope. It's a whoosh fire that recalls the sound of the breath of God moving over the chaos of creation. We follow the Light of Christ into the church. After prayers, Bible readings, hymns, and Baptisms, there is that moment of quiet. The church is dark, lit only by candlelight. The air is heavy. Maybe we hear some birds. The silence is pregnant. Then I say the words, "Alleluia, Christ is Risen!"

We celebrate. We sing. We ring bells. We cheer. We celebrate the Eucharist. We sing some more. The service, which began tentatively with Maundy Thursday, fell into despair on Good Friday, now finds its end in joy and blessing. For the first time in over 6 weeks, I will pronounce God's blessing at the end of the service.

And then we have champagne.

So this year, if your Church offers services during Holy Week, go. Be part of the full journey. Hear the words. Experience the emotions. Be inconvenienced, troubled, and sad. Weep if you are so moved. Sit in silent grief and confusion. Then celebrate. In the span of a week, we journey together through the full emotions of life with and in Christ. Trust me, the journey is worthwhile.  

The Maundy Thursday Prayer Vigil
and All-Night Vigil at the Altar of Repose

Stay with Me, Pray With Me 

To the Beloved in Christ here at The Cathedral of St. Andrew and our friends:

 

The words quoted above are the words Jesus asked of his disciples on the night that his Passion began. At the conclusion of our Maundy Thursday Eucharistic Feast, we are invited, as were the first disciples, to watch and pray with the Lord on the night before his crucifixion and death.  The Consecrated bread and wine from the Liturgy are removed to a Chapel of Repose in Ambulatory (the area behind the High Altar); I hope that a number of you will volunteer to keep watch through the night.  It is a solemn, sober, and somber night - for we know what the first disciples did not:  that Jesus will soon be arrested, tried unjustly, and put to death.  This Vigil should be scene as a way to deepen intimacy with Our Lord; all are welcome to share in the all-night vigil before the Blessed Sacrament.

 

The Cathedral will have security available, but we need your participation from the end of the Maundy Thursday Liturgy and the start of the Good Friday Liturgy at 12 Noon. We especially need coverage for the 1 am, 2 am, 4 am, 5 am, and 7 am times. I invite you to please sign up for an hour or more.  A sign-up sheet is available after service under the Aloha Tent or you may call the Cathedral office to sign up at 524-2822. 

 

Walter+ 

 

Adult Formation at the Dean's Forum

 

Sunday, 13 Apr. 2014

The Rev. Peter Allan CR, speaker

9:20-10:10 am in Von Holt Room

 

The Rev. Peter Allan CR

Our Cathedral Guest Lecturer for the second half of Lent and Holy Week Preacher is The Rev. Peter Allan, CR (Community of the Resurrection) from Mirfield, UK. He is Prior of the Community and Principal of the The College of the Resurrection. It is the only theological college in the Anglican Communion that shares its life with a monastic community.   He will focus on how worship, liturgy, and spirituality transform us for Mission as the Body of Christ in the world.

 

Palm Sunday Evensong Concert

Sunday, 13 Apr. 2014, 5.30 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

Sung by the Cathedral Choir


John Stainer's oratorio, The Crucifixion
A Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer 

 

The Saint Andrew's Cathedral Choir, under the direction of John Renke will sing its annual Spring concert during Holy Week at Evensong on Palm Sunday, April 13 at 5:30 pm, performing Sir John Stainer's (1840-1901) monumental oratorio The Crucifixion: A Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer.  This is a wonderful way to enter into the richness of Holy Week and Easter. Free with Calabash offering. Parking is free for this service.  All are welcome! For more information call 524-2822 ext 217.

 

John Stainer (1840-1901) was one of the most distinguished musicians of his generation. In 1872 he was appointed organist of St Paul's Cathedral in London, where he raised performance standards and greatly expanded the repertoire. He was renowned for his considerable scholarship as a researcher and editor of early music. He was regarded as one of the foremost composers of cathedral music. He was an Oxford Professor, a general inspector of music education and held presidencies of several professional bodies. As organist, conductor, composer, teacher and author, the immense contribution that Stainer made to the music of his time can scarcely be over-estimated.

 

The Crucifixion is scored for tenor and baritone soloists, mixed choir and organ. It was dedicated to Stainer's pupil and friend William Hodge, assistant sub-organist at St Paul's Cathedral and organist and choirmaster at Marylebone Parish Church, where the cantata was first performed in February 1887, conducted by the composer with Hodge at the organ. Its structure is clearly modeled on the scheme of choruses, chorales, recitatives and arias of Bach's St Matthew Passion, which in 1873 Stainer had introduced into the Music for Holy Week at St Paul's Cathedral. The Rev William Sparrow-Simpson, Succentor and Librarian of St Paul's, compiled the libretto, drawing on the Gospel accounts for the narrative elements of the story and writing the texts of the choruses, arias and hymns himself.

 

The first performance of The Crucifixion was well received. Particularly significant in the overall scheme of The Crucifixion are the five hymns-some of the most memorable hymn-tunes we shall ever hear-which are designed for congregational participation. Of these, Cross of Jesus must be counted among the finest of all hymn-tunes.

Noontime Concerts
Friday, 11 Apr. 2014, 12:15 pm 
St. Andrew's Cathedral 

Hawaii Pacific University Choral Ensembles

Esther Yoo, director

The International Chorale is comprised of talented choral enthusiasts from the HPU community of students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty, and staff, as well as singers from the community, who perform choral repertoire taken from a variety of styles, cultures and languages.

The International Vocal Ensemble (IVE) is composed of 25-30 select singers who are recruited and auditioned for their vocal talents and experience. The IVE is one of the few choral groups in the world made up of non-music majors who receive scholarship for their participation.

Dr. Esther Yoo is Assistant Professor of Music, Director of Choral Activities at HPU. In addition, she is also the Artistic Director of the O'ahu Choral Society and conducts the Honolulu Symphony Chorus. A native of Toronto, Canada, Dr. Yoo holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Conducting from the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati. She received her undergraduate degree in Music Education and a Master's degree in Conducting, both from the University of Toronto studying with Raffi Armenien and Doreen Rao. 

 

Program


Beautiful River  arr. William Hawley
Reincarnations  Samuel Barber
Sure On This Shining Night  Morten Lauridsen
Witness  arr. Jack Halloran
Sunrise Mass  Ola Gjeilo

 

Chaconne Johann Sebastian Bach 1685 - 1750 arr. Busoni
Prelude in D major Sergei Rachmaninoff 1873 - 1943

Upcoming Music at the Cathedral 
 
FRIDAY NOONTIME CONCERTS AT 12.15 PM

18 April  
There is no concert on Good Friday  
Please see the Holy Week schedule below

SUNDAY CHORAL EVENSONG AT 5.30 PM 
 
13 April  
Palm Sunday Evensong Concert
John Stainer's oratorio, The Crucifixion

Stations of the Cross

Friday, 18 April 3 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral  

 

This devotion, known in the Episcopal Book of Occasional Services as " The Way of The Cross" is an adaptation of a custom observed by pilgrims to Jerusalem:  the offering of prayers at a series of  14 places, or stations, traditionally associated with our Lord's passion and death.  The devotion includes the traditional refrain of " We adore you, O Christ ", collect, scripture, meditation and prayer at each station.

 

By recent custom at the Cathedral of St. Andrew,  the liturgy for this public devotion has been adopted from " We Were There: A Way of the Cross" by Sarah O'Malley and Robert Eimer (The Liturgical Press, 1996), using, by permission, the art work of Mary Charles McGough, OSB.  The stations include characters who either reject or accept Jesus; Henri Nouwen has said that in encountering the cross, people have always been confronted  with choice of becoming a disciple, or an executioner.

 

By  following, and  not displacing, the Proper Liturgy of Good Friday, this community devotion offers an approachable, deeply moving reflection, and often new discoveries, of our personal  relationship with  Jesus, the Lamb of God. 

 

Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday Services

Easter Vigil

Saturday, 19 Apr 10 pm

St. Andrew's Cathedral

  1. All are encouraged to bring your own bells, keys or some sort of noise-maker for that mid- point in the Service when we finally offer our Easter Acclamation - "Alleluia - Christ is Risen!"
  2. The Bishop is the Celebrant and Preacher
  3. Wonderfully, our Catechumen, Kelsey Gaddy will be baptized on this most holy and joyful night
  4. After the Easter Vigil there will be a Champagne Reception in the Von Holt Room for our newest Christian.

Easter Services

Sunday, 20 Apr. 7 am, 8 am, 10:30 am, 

            and 5.30 pm Choral Evensong

St. Andrew's Cathedral

  1. There are two Easter Egg Hunts for Children immediately following the 8 am and the 10:30 am services
  2. Wonderfully, several children  are being baptized at the 10:30 Service
  3. There will be a reception in the Von Holt Room after the 10:30 service
  4. Additional parking will be available on the Great Lawn. Invite your friends to come to one of these special services!

 Additional parking will be available on the Great Lawn. Invite your friends to come to one of these special services!  

Godly Play

The Children's Gathering on the Square

Sundays, 9 am to 10 am
St. Peter's Loft  

 

The program takes place in The Loft at the back of St Peter's Church, from 9am to 10am on Sunday mornings.  It is appropriate for children who are curious about the bible stories that they hear in church, enrolled in pre-school through the 6th grade of school.  Older children are welcome to assist as 'helpers.' 

 

Apr 13. The faces of Easter VII. Today we hear the final story in the week's journey towards Easter. We walk through Jesus' life death and resurrection. Quite a lot for anyone to digest and make sense of.  But then again as Christians we spend our whole lives trying to understand the story, don't we? Your job as adults is no not turn away from the difficult story because you struggle with it. We all struggle with these mysteries, it is our job. Talk about the wonderings; say aloud "I wonder how Jesus can still be with us in this new way?" "I wonder how the sadness of Friday can turn into the pure celebration of Sunday?" It is the journey that is important. We walk together, we wonder together, we learn together as we move closer and closer to the goal. 

Easter Flowers

Giving flowers in memoriam and thanksgiving

 

The adornment of the Cathedral with flowers at Easter is made possible through memorial gifts and thank offerings. There are envelopes available in the pews. You can also mail in or drop off your donations to the Cathedral of Saint Andrew, 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, HI 96813-2304, with the name or names of those you would like listed, under the category In Memory of or In Thanksgiving for. Easter memorials will be accepted throughout Easter, but to be published in the Easter Vigil and Easter Day programs your check must be received in the office by noon on Monday, April 14, 2014.  Or try out our new online giving page at http://www.thecathedralofstandrew.org/online-giving/  , just remember to add your dedication to the note field.

 

Easter Floral Decorating

Saturday, 19 April
9 am in the Cathedral  

Please join us in decorating the cathedral.  We will start at 9am, Saturday April 19th, and finish in the early afternoon.  We will be preparing window boxes, and various floral arrangements throughout the cathedral.  If you have a plant clipper, you may bring it (please label with your name).

 

Lunch will be provided.  Please sign-up at the Aloha Hour. If you have any questions, please contact Susan Hays (282-3881) or Judy Masuda (988-0969). Mahalo and we look forward to sharing this time together as we prepare for the glorious celebration of Easter. 

Eggs for the Children's Easter Egg Hunt

 

Please help us fill plastic eggs to hide for the annual Easter egg hunt on Sunday April 20th. We ask that you fill the eggs with items that won't melt (no chocolates please). Wrapped candies, small toys or coins are some suggestions. The empty eggs will be on the Aloha Hour table. Please drop off filled eggs either in the Cathedral office or at Aloha Hour.

 

Diocese of Hawaii T-Shirts Available

Deadline to order is April 13!

Support our youth delegation to the Episcopal Youth Event (EYE)

 

As part of the fundraising effort for the diocesan youth delegation traveling to the triennial Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) in Philadelphia this summer, the Diocese is offering up these uniquely Hawaiian Episcopal t-shirts for sale. These were previously being offered in blue, and are now available for purchase in red. The shirt lists all the Episcopal churches in the Diocese on the back. Deadline to order is Sunday, Apr 13.

Holy Week at the Cathedral of St. Andrew


Palm Sunday, 13 April
7 am Liturgy of the Palms & Holy Eucharist
8 am Liturgy of the Palms & Ka`Eukalikia Hemolele

10.30 am Liturgy of the Palms & Sung Eucharist  

5.30 pm Evensong Concert with the Cathedral Choir
John Stainer's oratorio, The Crucifixion

Monday, 14 April
7.15 am Holy Eucharist
5.30 pm Evensong, Sermon, and Holy Communion
8.30 pm Sung Compline

Tuesday, 15 April
7.15 am Holy Eucharist
5.30 pm Evensong, Sermon, and Holy Communion
8.30 pm Sung Compline

Wednesday, 16 April
12.15 pm Holy Eucharist
5.30 pm Evensong, Sermon, and Holy Communion
8.30 pm Sung Compline  

 

The Sacred Triduum

 

The Sacred Triduum is the culmination of the entire liturgical year, commemorating the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. While we do not spend all of these three days in church, we are called to gather together as the cathedral community for these principal services. On Maundy Thursday we remember the Last Supper; Jesus gives us the Eucharist and tells us to do this in memory of me and then washes the feet of his disciples. On Good Friday we remember the passion and death of Jesus. We celebrate the resurrection of Christ at the Great Vigil of Easter on Saturday or on Easter Sunday. The Sacred Triduum is one single celebration that lasts for three days. We cannot separate the death of Jesus from his resurrection.


Maundy Thursday, 17 April
5.30 pm Sung Eucharist with Washing of Feet and Procession
8.30 pm Compline

Good Friday, 18 April
12 noon to 3 pm Liturgy of Good Friday
5.30 pm Stations of the Cross

Holy Saturday, 19 April
9 am Liturgy of Holy Saturday
10 pm The Great Vigil of Easter

Easter Day, 20 April
7 am Holy Eucharist
8 am Ka`Eukalikia Hemolele (Eucharist in Hawaiian &English)
10.30 am Sung Eucharist with the Cathedral Choir
5.30 pm Festival Evensong with the Cathedral Choir 

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