Friday July 31, 2020

Aloha our blessed parish 'ohana,
What is enough?

Many years ago, 35 to be exact, I was on the kitchen team of a women's weekend retreat at a large, older urban church. It was great weekend that was full of comradery and fun. On Saturday night we, as a team, decided that it would be a wonderful Sunday morning breakfast treat to have egg bake casseroles. We made our list and off to the store we went. We came back with all the ingredients and began to make the egg bakes for about 100 people. If you have made an egg bake, you know they are to be refrigerated overnight and then baked in the morning. The team arose at 6:00 AM to preheat the ovens and start the coffee. Breakfast was to be at 8:00 AM sharp. We, again as a team, did not put into consideration the time it would take to preheat those large older ovens. Also, in our haste to get them made and into the refrigerator, we did not calculate correctly and did not make enough pans to feed 100 people. We had two hours. No way we could make more casseroles and to our chagrin the ovens took over 30 minutes to heat up! The egg bakes had been in the refrigerator overnight, and were cold! Long story, kind of short, the egg bakes did not get done by 8:00 AM! The edges were done but not the center, and we did not have enough food! The women lined up for breakfast, the coffee was poured, Grace was offered.
The pans came out of the oven. We began to serve the edges and after the edges were served the pans went back into the oven to keep cooking. One came out, one went back in. I was praying, asking God for another miracle like the loaves and fishes. Please God make this be enough. Please God bake these eggs. Please God help us! We served 100 women and everyone had a piece of egg bake that was fully cooked and there was enough left over for the churches fellowship time! We stood there after all were fed and spontaneously started singing the Doxology. All of us in one voice praising God for helping 8 women who put their complete trust in him.  

To me this is as close as it gets to this week’s Gospel of Jesus' miracle of the loaves and fishes. How many times do we think we do not have enough? What is enough? Our kitchen team thought we needed to give out large slices to show abundance, but all we needed to give was an adequate amount so that all would be filled.  In Christ there is always enough.  Maybe not exactly how we expected it, but enough just the same. Praise God from whom ALL blessings flow!
Blessings to you all,

A Hui Hou, Aloha, and Mahalo Susan!
Please send your aloha to staff member Susan Acacio. This is her last day as our Keiki, Youth, and Family Ministries Coordinator, as she is retiring. She has faithfully served in this position the past four years. Many of us are now a part of this parish ʻohana because of her. She has been a light that has shined brightly in our lives and helped point the way to the littlest in our midst to Jesus.

You can email Susan at or send her a note to St. Jamesʻ Church, PO Box 278, Kamuela, HI 96743.

We are deeply sad that the present times dictate that we cannot shower her with our love at a party we want to give her. Please consider making a donation in her name to World Vision. CLICK HERE to donate through St. James to World Vision or HERE to donate directly to World Vision in honor of Susan. World Vision is one of her favorite missionary charities. She has helped teach our keiki and youth to spread the grace of God by showing them grace. Many times, over the years, Susan partnered our Youth Program with World Vision. Much good has been done around the world because of Susan connecting our keiki and youth in mission.

God bless you dear Susan! We love you and thank you. We thank God for sending you to us. CLICK HERE to watch a second video tribute to Susanʻs Ministry.
Online and In-Person Worship
Worship this Saturday, August 1
5 PM, at the Kawaihae Canoe Club.
Recorded for broadcast at 8 AM on Sunday at 8 AM

Worship this Sunday, August 2
8 AM, at the Kawaihae Canoe Club.

9:30 AM, at St. Columba's
9:30 AM o nline

10:00 AM St. James' at Thrift Store Lanai

Some things to note to help one another feel comfortable and safe: Click here.
8 AM Beach Mass
9:30 AM St. Columba's
Morning Prayer, Monday - Saturday, 9 AM

Weekday Morning Prayer, 9 AM

 HERE   is a link to  The Book of Common Prayer  online. Once on this site, click on  Morning Prayer, Rite 2 .
Bible Studies
Men's Bible Study
Password: faith

We study the upcoming Scriptures that will be read in worship. CLICK HERE to review before we meet.

Barclay’s reflections very helpful as well. We often used his commentary in seminary for sermon prep.
Women's Bible Study
1st and 3rd Fridays, 10 AM
Next Meeting: Friday, August 7.
Password: faith

The Bible Study is reflecting on episodes of the docudrama series entitled, "THE CHOSEN, available on The App Store or Google Play for free. Study is led by Rev. Marnie Keator.
Bishop's Bible Study
Every Wednesday, Bishop Fitzpatrick, offers an online study/reflection.

On Mondays, he offers a weekly message to the diocese.

CLICK HERE to access the most recent of either.
Share Photos & Grace Moments
Share a photo! When you take your virtual pew, show us where you are!

Found something that supports, inspires, comforts or amuses you? Share it!

From Fr. David
From Doug Connors
The clergy are happy to bring communion to those who are homebound or who do not feel comfortable coming to an in person service. Simply contact one of the clergy directly or through the parish office. Contact information is at the bottom of the newsletter.
Last Sunday's Mass
Mahalo to Cissy Levins and Donna Brown. They spent all day Tuesday in the Parish Office as they graciously accepted the call to volunteer to audit our parish financial records. The diocese requires us to do an annual parish audit. It was an extra challenge this year with observing all the physical distancing protocols and wearing masks, but they did it. God bless them! Their ministry is vital part of our being good stewards of our finances and more specifically what people give to support the work of ministry. Mahalo Donna and Cissy! Mahalo to our Bookkeeper, Clara, and Jaisy, our Parish Administrator, for having all ready for them.
Hand Sanitizing

You will notice hand sanitizer dispensers at the entrance of most of our doorways.
Mahalo to our Sexton, Malu Lindsey, for creating and installing them.

PLEASE USE THEM . They are there to help keep you and everyone safe. We continue to adapt to our new reality. Remember to wash your hands and in the words of Julian of Norwich, "All Shall Be Well."
2020-07-11 McPeek Ordination

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We will be baptizing Cissy Levins at the Beach Mass on Saturday, August 29 at the 5 PM service. If others are interested in exploring baptism for themselves or for a child please let any of the clergy know as soon as possible.

From the Vestry:

As shared in previous parish newsletters, St. Columba has held numerous baked good sales to generate funds earmarked for the improvement of their approximately 66 years old, small kitchen with the hope to one day be able to prepare a Community Meal much like what is done at St. James’.  

With these existing funds along with personal contributions made to this project and the vestry voting to help with additional resources from our reserve, our Junior Warden, Tim Bostock, with vestry approval, engaged the service of a Honokaa architect to draw preliminary plans.  Input from Tim, Rev. Linda and others were provided to the architect.

Then, because of the highly contagious Coronavirus disease, nonessential businesses were forced to shut down, household income(s) were lost and keiki are home all day and every day of the week due to closure of schools.  St. Columba wanted to help their community by preparing a weekly Community Meal but without a workable kitchen to safely prepare a large quantity of food, this was not possible.   

But, with God, nothing is impossible. This loving and much needed outreach, more important now than ever, is taking place but not without logistic challenges ….
On  Tuesday, April 21, 2020,  the Community Meal coordinator and dedicated volunteers in Waimea prepared the first of many hot meals including vegetables and desserts at the St. James’ kitchen for St. Columba.  Prepared food is packed in respective warmers and coolers then delivered to Pa’auilo for volunteers to hand out by way of drive-through and delivery.
We’ve just completed 15 consecutive weekly meals at St. Columba, handing out a total of  5,061  meals during this period. What a blessing this has been to so many families.

St. Columba’s parishioners are excited in anticipation that one day soon they’ll have an upgraded kitchen to prepare their own Community Meal.  

Considering that four of our current vestry members came to St. Jamesʻ via our Community Meal, we see this project not only as a means to meet an immediate need in feeding those during this Pandemic, but for on-going evangelism and church growth.  The meal has put St. Columba on the map in the hearts of people all along the Hamakua Coast in a new and vibrant way.  People know they can come and be fed in “body and soul.”  The meal is an extension of our Communion table.

Tim has submitted a number of grant applications for this project and anticipates hearing the results to his efforts within the next couple of months.  Let’s all pray for good news!

If you would like to give specifically to this project or know of other organizations or grants we can connect with, please contact the Parish Office as soon as possible.

SAVE THE DATE! St. Columba's will have an outdoor Thrift Sale on Saturday August 29th from 8:00am to 4:00pm. We will continue to have the $5.00 a bag for clothing and will have other items priced for quick sale.  
Mark the date and tell others. Hope to see you there!
Are you are in need of assistance? contact   Jeanne Cooper, who is the point person to call if you are in need of help with groceries, mail and/or prescription pick up or trash removal. Jeanne will put you in touch with one of the volunteer parishioners trained serve in pick up/delivery protocols. C ontact Jeanne at or by phone at ( 808) 348-4012.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Are you a bookworm who is interested in being of service? The Bookstore is in need of a volunteer on Tuesdays and Thursdays. For more information please contact Rona Scull at: 808-747-7834 or at .
As with all our activities, masks are required and social distancing is practiced.
Patricia Eckstrom, Sarah, Gloria Seiden, Nicole Anderson, Marlene Thees, Trevor, Carl Stanforth, Brad Young, Monica Parker, Gladys Takeya, Gerry Goodenough,  Monique Abbasi,  Jack A,   Isaac  DeRego,  James Knox Everett,  Israel Kahoopii, Pedro Ka'awaloa, Jane Cook & Family, Mark & Kay Segal, Maurice Cecil &  Pukaua Summer Sommers, Betty Santorio, Cheyanna Lahnum, Jesse Osmun,  Mary Avery, Alex Ka'aua, Vicky Tagaca, Steven, Kaipo Young, Nancy Davidson, Tony Abbott, Eli Ching, Shawn & Stephanie, Heidi Barnett, Gilmore family, Loreen Hackwalter, Paterno Balmilero, Jerry Reyla, Greg Sliva, Berlinda Toson, Maelle Wolfe, Nancy Maleno, Joyce Horrie, Zebediah Smith, Sterling & Lynette, Gael Burke, Riley Furlong, Debbie Roberts, Nona Hasagawa, Elizabeth Agustin, Yoko & Tim Donavan, Syndi Texiera, Adi Kohler, Quentin & Mary Murrell Faulkner, Tom Bailey, Frank Claire, Scott Byron, Dave Warner, Sally Sakaitani, Finnen family, Matthew Latshaw, Tom Michelsen, Richard Neely & family, Donna, Wendy Geyer-Nixon, John Nixon, Barbara Lackey, Evelyn Chatel, Jerry Chatel, Ellis Block, Nan Kitagawa, Carol Hart, Curtrena Meyers, Tali & Tom McCall, David Doi, Fiona Carmichael, George Amtablian, Edna, Leslie Telker-Hodges & family, Shin Runkel, Dawn Lahnum, Torin Harris & family, Dottie Richardson, Warren Huckabay, Frank & Margaret Fushina, ‘Ohana of Austin Wills, Lorainne Kaono and Helen Kauhi ++
If you would like to be added to the Prayer List or would like to add someone else (please get their permission first), call the parish office at 808-885-4923 or email at   by the Tuesday before you would like the name to appear in the bulletin. Please mention 'Prayer List' in the Subject line of the email to Jacque so that she knows it's not a spam email from someone she doesn't know personally.
Names will remain on the list for 4 weeks. You must then request to have the name added again.  
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Now more than ever it is important for us to reach out to one another. Send a note, an email, make a phone call.

An updated parish directory will be available soon to our members. We are working on getting this to you. For now if you need someone's contact information, and they have given us permission to give it out, the parish office can provide. If we do not have permission to give out their contact information, we can take your information and get it to them to ask them to contact you.
Please keep in your thoughts and prayers parishioners who are unable to be with us in worship. Please reach out to them and let them know they are missed. 
Gerry Goodenough
PO Box 988
Kamuela, HI 96743

Tepa Farias
PO Box 1152
Kamuela, HI 96743

Jean Cherrigan
P.O. Box 248
Paauilo, HI 96776
Do you know of someone else to whom we could reach out?
Please get their permission first, then contact the parish office to have them added to the list. email here or telephone at 808-885-4923

Anniversaries: Kimberly & Zack Waggener, Nyan & Jo Greiner
Birthdays : Mark Montgomery, 8/3; Bill White, 8/4; Kenneth Eggleston, 8/7
Remembrances: Marie McDonald, Michael Miller

The Thrift Store ministry has been so BLESSED with the wonderful amount of donations that we have received! We would like to be able to hold off on receiving any donations for the next couple of weeks while we sort and restock our shelves. Thank you for your understanding!


The Thrift Store would like to bid a found farewell and pay an honorable tribute to a dear volunteer, Raynette Guzman. 

She has served faithfully in our ministry for over 8 years! With a kind and loving heart, she has reached out beyond the the thrift store to those in need, generously giving of herself to strangers and all who know her.

Raynette has been a major part of the store with her hard work pricing and keeping up with donations. Loved by all, she will certainly be missed. May God Bless You as you embark on your new journey to Bend, Oregon. 
St. James’ Thrift Store Ministry is greatly blessed with donations that fund our mission and ministry! The higher end items we often set aside to sell at the Church’s annual Christmas Bazaar Silent Auction. We also sometimes consign them to local stores and galleries, receiving a percentage of the profits.

In the time of COVID-19, however, with retail shopping scant & group gatherings down, we have decided to try something new, and that is to sell these new, collectible, antique or finer items via email & internet blitzes. Church members & volunteers will have access to this information on Friday before we post sale items on Facebook Marketplace on Saturday.

The funds generated from TS Special Sales will be used by St. James' Parish for our ministries and community outreach projects. 

If you find a treasure you MUST have before sales items are posted on the "St. James Special Thrift Shop Sales" Facebook page tomorrow ( link below), you have until 10 PM tonight to email Deacon your BIN (Buy it Now) order.

Otherwise, on-line sales begin tomorrow at noon on our Facebook page. (You need to join Facebook and that page in order to buy.)

August 1-5: Bon Dance! Japanese and other Asian-made items.

The Thrift Shop now has the ability to take direct online payments. So if you see something you like, and need details or want to buy it, contact Deacon at .
 Jeanne Cooper has come on board (thank you!) to help out with on-line sales.
  - OBO Tuesday on.
  - High-end donations always accepted. 
 Have fun shopping and thanks you for supporting the Thrift Shop and St. James. 

CLICK HERE for the Preview!
It is so hard to believe that my 4 years as Youth Ministry Coordinator has come to an end. I never really looked at my position as a job but as a Ministry. It never felt like work. It felt like fun. My life has been enriched by the families and keiki that have come to our St. James’ 'ohana. And the St. James’ Congregation is an amazing group of folks that really know how to “Walk the Walk”. What an impact you all have had on our wonderful Waimea community. I am so proud to be a part of that. I am not leaving the Parish, just leaving the “job”. I am really looking forward to being a volunteer again.
With all of that being said, I could not have done my job without MY dedicated and loving volunteers. They are the ones that made the magic happen. You know who you are! Always willing to try new things. Always willing to put your own spin on some of the things we did. And always done with love, enthusiasm, and pure joy. Our families picked up on that joy and continued to participate in our programs. We sure had some fun. And we planted some seeds in some very fertile soil. The youth volunteers made my job easy and lifted me up in a way I could never have imagined. What a blessing!!
We will get to the other side of COVID-19. We will look forward and continue to pray for each other. We will support each other and do what needs to be done. Cisco and I are looking forward too. We really want to do some traveling while we are still able to get around. We will be building our new home at our small ranch in Papa’aloa. That has been a dream of ours for many years. We just need to keep looking forward and keep our eyes on Jesus. Don’t forget that Jesus has our Backs.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the love you have graced me with. Many blessings, and A Hui Hou.
Susan Acacio
Retired Youth Ministry Coordinator
I would also like to thank everyone that has donated to my World Vision Mission project. You still can contribute to this worthy charity. Just follow the link.

CLICK HERE to donate through St. James to World Vision or HERE to donate directly to World Vision in honor of Susan Acacio.
MAHALO to our Sponsors:
Bree and John Peters
North Hawaii Jewish Group

Sponsorships are available for St. James' and St. Columba's Community Meals- contact Sue or Tim for details at
From Tim Bostock and Sue Dela Cruz

A Vegan Feast to Delight Everyone!
This week our Meal was prepared by the North Hawaii Jewish Group, also the main sponsor for the evening. They sent half a dozen young folk to chop all the vegetables on Wednesday, then came today to cook up huge portions of delicious Vegan Chili, and had their members make vegan desserts of cookies, Brownies, and cupcakes. All served with brown rice, bread, green salad and cucumber/tomato salad.  We actually served 605 Meals tonight to 135 cars, and 7 walk-ups. That’s a slightly lower number than usual – in the month of July we served 7/2 – 663; 7/9 – 644; 7/16 – 616; 7/23 – 665 and now 7/30 – 605, for an average of 640 a week. When we have leftovers it never goes to waste. Tonight I delivered a large box of Vegan Chili, Rice and Bread to the Waimea Firefighters – and heard a cheer from inside the firehouse as one of the fighters is Vegan!

Our morning Chop Crew took the week off thanks to the North Hawaii Jewish Group. Our Packing Crew got to work at 2:30 pm, and had the line fully stocked by the time the bell rang at 4:30 pm. As always the first 30 minutes was fast and furious, helped along by the finest Motown tunes from the PA. We were helped by our second sponsor tonight – Bree and John Peters, who also brought Chuck Gessert and Cindy Montgomery to car hop. Other regulars on the car hop crew tonight were Tori Greco and Vera Mahoney, Sean Dunnington and Tali Ritterbush, Mel Holt and Tim Bostock, Bishop Tracey Jost from LDS, Eric Savage, David+ and Marnie+ and our glorious leader Frankie Pang. Big thanks to the best traffic controllers in Waimea Gerrit Keator and Peter Helmick!

Clean-up was fast and we took a moment to say  Mahalo Nui Loa  and  A Hui Hou  to Raynette Guzman, a valued member of our Packing Crew, and Grace Bollinger, who is leaving for Tufts University after initiating the Meal Internship Program. Happily, Tori Greco will take on the mantle for the next two months. The Meal Intern is specifically responsible for the scheduling of sponsors, and setting up the kitchen on Tuesdays and Thursdays, making rice, and supporting Sue in many other ways.

We thank God that the need in our community seems to be stabilizing at least. We’re also aware that there are several more food ministries in operation, especially the Grab & Go meals offered by Waimea Preservation Society on Mondays and Fridays. Annunciation Church Food Pantry served a record 180 produce bags this week, and Kokua Christian Ministry is serving upwards of 150 a week, when they used to serve 50-60 families. Ippy’s is still making meals for the Senior Housing residents on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and the County is providing hefty produce bags every other Friday, at various locations. As a community we are looking after each other, and we will continue to do so!

With much Aloha,

Tim Bostock and Sue Dela Cruz  
As always there is a call out for cooks, cookie bakers, meal planners.  If you are interested in helping us in any way, contact Sue Dela Cruz, at  .  

Sue Dela Cruz, meal coordinator

Tim Bostock
Sue Dela Cruz
Pa'auilo Community Meal Tuesdays
St. Columba's
4:30-5:30 PM

Tuesday Community Meal was Susan Acacio's last time as a volunteer as St. James' and St. Columba's Youth Director. Susan came every week to the meal with a fun craft for the keiki and handed them out with love and cheerfulness that could not be contained. We will miss her vivacious personality and her willingness to do anything that promotes children and their well being. Well Done Auntie Susan!! St. Columba's gave her lei and a card of appreciation for all that she has done for our Keiki. Susan you will be missed!
A Night for a Smorgasbord

The bell rang and the Community Meal began at 4:30 on the dot.  The cars had been lining up in anticipation of the good food that has become the talk of the community of Pa'auilo and beyond.

This week everyone was treated to a delicious smorgasbord consisting of soups, venison stew, spaghetti, mac and cheese, and/or zucchini pie. Rice or sandwich, bread, and cookies were added to round out the nutritious meal. We served 426 meals as our carhops Sharon Alfonso, Susan Acacio and Rev. Linda were kept busy handing out the meals with shaka's, aloha's and behind the mask smiles.

The Morning Chop Crew (video above) was on the ball this week! Mahalo to Grace Bollinger, our summer intern, who got things going with the chop crew. Sue had some car issues to deal with and was late coming in. Tuesday's Morning Chop Crew went to work, washing all the veggies, cutting tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers and bread, making sandwiches, soup, and rice-all was ready by noon!  

Rain or shine, our Transportation Crew brings the meals and goodies down from St. James’ to St. Columba; all to be ready for packing by 3:30 pm!  

Another stellar job by the St. Columba’s Packing Crew, packing 426 meals in 1 ½ hours!! This week’s packing volunteers were: Wilma Oshiro, Jeanne Witt, Alice Ishii, Felicina Laeda, Jesse Rodriguez, Millie Yagin, Vicky Tagaca, Josephine Cariaga, Juanita Wusstig, and Barbara Odegaard. 

Andi Kaida brings meals to those who do not have transportation and she leaves early so she can deliver hot piping meals to her waiting kupuna.

Our cookie and tea bread bakers, Pat Anderson, Sherry Dupaya, Nancy and Harry Edmondson, Wilma Oshiro and Dr. Michael Sze outdid themselves with enough treats for 450.  Every meal gets two goodies so that is 900 treats!!!

Thank you to our Traffic Control Crew, Bill Heaney, Ben Feliciano and Bob Lundgren, who keep the traffic smooth and perfectly spaced!

If you are interested in either helping with sponsoring a meal or volunteering to chop, cook, pack, and/or car hop, please contact Sue Dela Cruz at  and we’ll get you in the rotation!

  Job Opportunities with 2020 Census
During these difficult times there are many people out of work or even if working, are at reduced hours. If you have any employees in this position, there may be an opportunity for them.
The 2020 Census is still actively hiring for temporary positions with the Census. We are looking for individuals to follow-up with those households that do not respond to the Census Questionnaire. For those selected, work is currently scheduled to start in August. There are still several openings in West Hawaii.
* The pay rate in Hawaii is currently $24/hr, plus mileage.
* Flexible schedule.
* Period of employment: Less than a year, may be extended based on workload.
* Must be 18 years of age.
* Registered for Selective Service, if applicable.
Please pass this message on to anyone you think may be interested.
If interested, an application can be completed at [ ].
For technical questions and assistance, support can be reached at 1-855-562-2020.
Mahalo and stay safe.
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From Raina Dale

 Prayer is not about the magic of saying certain words so that some desired outcome happens. Rather prayer is about the mystery of love. We pray, not because we want something, but because we love someone.
-Br. James Koester,  SSJE

An Episcopal Monastery in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A Prayer for the End of Day
"Now as we see the lights of evening, we raise our voice in hymns of praise. Worthy are you of endless blessing, Sun of our night, lamp of our days."
~Celtic Worship Through the Year
CLICK HERE for the approved minutes from the most recent Vestry meeting. CLICK HERE for the approved Treasurer's Report.

The next Vestry meeting will be  Sunday, August 30 at 11:30 a.m. via ZOOM. . We are meeting virtually. If there is something for which you wish to bring to the vestry's attention, please reach out to our wardens or vestry members. You can reach them via the Parish Office .
E Komo Mai!
Whether you have been coming to St. James', St. Columba's, or the Beach Mass for 6 months or 6 days, if you have come to see this parish 'ohana as your Spiritual home we would like to welcome you as a member. If you have questions about becoming a member of this parish family, speak to one of the clergy.
Last Laughs
Our Clergy
Rev. David Stout, Rector
Rev. Marnie Keator, Associate Rector
Rev. Linda Lundgren, Associate Rector for St. Columba's
IMPORTANT: Your participation in physical distancing is needed and appreciated. But don't let that keep you from spreading aloha!

Parish Office, (808) 885-4923

David, , 238-4956
Marnie,  , 333-2247
Linda,  , 323-2627
Our Ministries Staff
Susan Acacio, Youth Ministry
Sue Dela Cruz, Community Meal Ministry
Rona Scull, Thrift Store Ministry
Malu Lindsey, Sexton
Rona Lee, Choir Director, Music Ministry
Everett Knowles, Director of Music, Music Ministry
Our Office Staff
Jaisy Jardine, Parish Administrator
Clara Toma, Bookkeeper

To contact our Parish Staff

The Rev. David Stout, Rector , 
The Rev. Marnie Keator, Associate Rector 
The Rev. Linda Lundgren, Associate Rector at St Columba’s 
Susan Acacio, Youth Ministry Coordinator or 808-895-2086 
Sue Dela Cruz, Community Meal Ministry Coordinator or 808-498-7383 
Rona Scull, Thrift Store Ministry Coordinator 
Everett Knowles, Music Director, 
Rona Lee, Choir Director. 
Malu Lindsey, Sexton, contact via the parish office. 
Jaisy Jardine, Parish Administrator, 
Clara Toma, Bookkeeper, 
St. James' Episcopal Church, 65-1237 Kawaihae Road, Kamuela (Waimea), HI 96743|
P.O. Box 278
Kamuela, HI 96743-0278
Office: 808-885-4923