Join Presiding Bishop Michael Curry for a national online prayer service two days before America votes. Together with our interfaith partners, we will gather as a nation for prayer, song, lament, hope and a call to love God and neighbor.
As election day nears, Bishop Robert Fitzpatrick shares a reflection on these contentious times, and Scripture from Micah "to do justice, embrace faithful love, and walk humbly with your God."
A message from the Rector
Aloha, faith ohana,

As I write this we are awaiting the general election results on Tuesday afternoon. I am holding great hope for our local community and country that no matter the results, we will not despair, but recommit ourselves to that which our conscience calls us toward. No matter who you voted for, you have a place in Church of the Holy Apostles. Together we will find our way. We stand for the virtues of Jesus that are of unbounded love, mercy, and community. No matter the circumstances, our call as Christians remains the same: Love God with your whole being and love your neighbor as yourself.  The narrative of God is long one and it is not over yet. When the people of the Church are rooted in Christ, the work of the Church flows from the heart of God. All Saints Day reminded us that we are but one chapter in the generations of Christians that have come before and are still to come. Likewise, we are but one chapter in the life of the USA. May we approach each day in this fragile life with awe of the precious gift that it is: a chance to live a meaningful life. 

God has shown you, oh humankind, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” (Micah 6:8)

With love, with Christ, always yours,

Pastor Katlin
Stewardship Campaign 2021
Stewardship Season 2021 kicked off with the mailing of a pledge packet. Did you receive your packet? If not, please call the office and request one. So far 21 people have turned in their pledges.

With God’s Help you are invited to take a moment to reflect on our individual and collective callings as members of the Body of Christ, and how we each are blessed by our Lord with gifts to seek and serve Christ in those around us.

You will be enriched in every way for all generosity, which produces thanksgiving to God through us.
2 Corinthians 9:11
Thank you to Dora Kraul, Deb Lewis and Laurie Zieglar for sharing their stories of stewardship and thanksgiving!
A Prayer for Birthdays (BCP p830)
O God, our times are in your hand: Look with favor, we pray on your servants as s/he begins another year. Grant that s/he may grow in wisdom and grace, and strengthen his/her trust in your goodness all the days of his/her life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Mahalo!! Two large boxes of new slippers will be distributed at the Boys and Girls Club Youth Outreach and community hot meals program. Thank you, Chad Cabral, CEO of Boys and Girls Club of the Big Island, for the opportunity to do a good turn for our youth.
Our office is open on November 3rd. Come down and get your free sticker to commemorate this important day!

Received from the Office of Government Relations under Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, this sticker reads "I'm an Episcopalian and I Voted!"
Centering Prayer
Contemplative Outreach of Hawaiʻi; October Newsletter
Come and join our Holy Apostles small group of centering prayer followers on Mondays starting at 3:30 pm online Zoom meetings. Drop in 15 minutes ahead of time for a brief introductory period. Questions? Contact lindymarzo@gmail.com

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 223 091 057
Are you needing assistance?
Through the generosity of our congregation, we are able to meet some basic needs for anyone facing critical hardship to purchase groceries, rent, electric, and medicine. When we offer such assistance, it is done in the form of a check or giftcard and bills are paid directly to vendors and landlords. If you are in need of assistance from the church, call the office and leave a message for Pastor Katlin. 808-935-5545
SCAM ALERT!! Please be aware that scammers posing as Bishop Bob or Pastor Katlin have been emailing random congregation members asking for favors. Please DO NOT respond or click on any links. If in question, please call the office at (808) 935-5545. Here is a reference link to the most current scams out there: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts