Volume 3, Issue 13
April 20, 2018
THIS SUNDAY: April 22, 2018
The Fourth Sunday of Easter (B)


Acts 4:5-12
1 John 3:16-24
John 10:11-18
Psalm 23

8:00AM
Joe Adorno (EM)
John Hanaoka (U)
Nora Takenouchi (AG)

9:30AM
David Murray (EM)
David Murray & Chris Wataya (R)
Bara Sargent & Mario Antonio (U)
Jan Hashizume (AG)
Raiden & Soloman (A)
UPCOMING DATES
Every Wednesday | 6PM
McMaster Slack Key Guitar 
and Ukulele Concert (Church)

Every Thursday | 6PM
Choir Practice (Choir Room)

First Thursday of each Month | 8:00AM
Eucharistic Healing Service

Saturday, April 21 |6:30PM
Ke Akua Youth Group Rock-N-Glow Bowling Sleepover and Kealia Farm Beautification
(meet in Youth Room)

Sunday, April 22 | 12PM
Heavenly Hike Beach Cleanup
(Kealia Beach Lifeguard Stand)
Leave All Saints' at noon

Thursday, April 26 | 7:00PM
Daughters of the King (Memorial Hall)

Sunday, April 29 | Before both services
Electronic Service Bulletin
Awareness and Education
(main entryway to Church)

Wednesday, May 2 | 5:00-8:30PM
Laundry Love Team C (Kapa'a Laundromat)

SCHEDULE REMINDER: EARLY SERVICE NOW STARTS AT 8AM
FOLLOW REV. RYAN ON THE CAMINO de SANTIAGO
"A Journey of a Million Steps"  
You are invited to walk with Rev. Ryan on his pilgrimage. Simply click the link below to keep up with his daily reflections.
Kauai Flood Relief
Although the waters may be receding, the need is not. Members of All Saints’ have a long history of community outreach. In that spirit, please consider donating some of your precious time, talent, and treasure to flood relief on the Garden Island.

This Sunday the plate offering from both services will be donated to support relief efforts on Kaua'i.

If you would like to do more but don't know how, please contact one of the organizations listed below.


Mahalo no kou lokomaikaʻi. (Thank you for your generosity.)
Heavenly Hike This Sunday
Kealia Beach Cleanup
In honor of Earth Day, the April Heavenly Hike was planned as a Kealia Beach cleanup. Little did we know that the bit of ‘aina on which we chose to focus would be in greater need than ever. We will leave All Saints’ at noon to make our way to Kealia Beach to start the cleanup. The lifeguards said to please clean where the need is greatest when we get there. We will meet at the lifeguard stand and decide where to go from there. We will supply gloves, some dip nets (for very small pieces of trash), and garbage bags. Please bring hats, sunscreen, water (preferably in reusable water bottles), and a snack or light lunch. Closed toe shoes are recommended due to the unknown
ALL SAINTS' ALTAR GUILD
Keepers of Our Sacred Space
The Altar Guild is a volunteer group of the parish whose ministry is to care for the altar, vessels, and altar linens of the parish. Altar Guild members prepare the sanctuary for services, and clean up after the service.

At All Saints' Church, before each service, we prepare the altar for communion. This includes the wine, wafers, and appropriate linens. After the church service, the altar vessels and linens are removed and the vessels washed, sterilized and put away. The linens are assigned to one person monthly. This includes washing, ironing, folding and putting away in the appropriate container. A rotating schedule is printed monthly by the administrative staff.

Anyone interested in volunteering and participating in this rewarding service should contact Nora at norat-5487@twc.com or call the church office at ( 808) 822-4267 . The altar guild members are truly Blessed and consider it a privilege to participate in this ministry. 

Thanks to Janis Wright for the article and to the Altar Guild for their dedicated service to All Saints'.
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HUI PU Diocesan Summer Youth Camp 2018  
June 24-29, 2018
Camp is a great ministry for winning young hearts to God! We hope campers DISCONNECT from WiFi and CONNECT to something GREATER!  

This year's Hui Pu camp will be held June 24-29, 2018, and the theme is "Arise" to remind our youth that they are well equipped to take on this life. Youth will gather in a safe environment for fun faith-filled fellowship. With friends old and new, we hope they will be reminded that they are never alone. 

All three camps will be taking place simultaneously at  Camp Mokule'ia  on O'ahu. Register before April 30, and save! Cost and details are as follows: 
  • 'OHA (Ages 9-12) - June 24-27 (3 nights)
  • $350 or early registration $300
  • 'Oha is the young shoot that grows from a kalo (taro) plant. The word 'ohana means many shoots from the same root. 'Oha campers will learn social skills through fun games, exploring their sense of wonder while playing in a natural setting, and expressing their creativity.
  • LOKAHI (Ages 13-14) - June 24-28 (4 nights)
  • $400 or early registration $350
  • Lokahi means unity or to come to an agreement. Lokahi campers will experience independence in a controlled setting; learn the value of being in Christian community through shared spiritual experience and team building activities, that include jumping down a zip line.
  • 'OPIO (Ages 15-18) - June 24-29 (5 nights)
  • $450 or early registration $400
  • 'Opio means youth. 'Opio campers will have an opportunity to hike and swim at Ka'ena Point and participate in the high ropes challenge course. The responsibilities and challenges will encourage personal growth and enhance self-confidence, in a setting of fellowship and spiritual awareness.
For more information and to register, visit the Hui Pu Camp webpage  HERE  or   e-mail Seini Lino  or call (808) 637-6241 .
APRIL COLLECTION FOR HALE HO'OMALU:

Instant oatmeal in packets, peanut butter, jelly, crackers

Please place your donations in the red wagon by the door to the sanctuary on Sundays. Hale Ho'omalu also needs and appreciates monetary donations as well as gift-in-kind items.
Quarterly Ministry Council Meeting
The All Saints’ Ministry Council held it’s quarterly meeting on Saturday, April 14th in Memorial Hall. The purpose of the Ministry Council is three-fold:

  • To connect our ministries with our mission, vision and call; 
  • To help coordinate and implement the goals of the ministries; 
  • To foster communication within the church and the various ministries;
or as Jan Hashizume put it “we’re just trying to bring people together to decide how All Saints’ can be better”.

Members of the Council consist of representatives from the various ministries of All Saints’ and they meet at least quarterly.

If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact Jan Hashizume or Linda Crocker.
This Week in Sunday School
"Jesus Helps Catch Fish"
The disciples have gone back to their daily life and work as it was before they had met and been so changed by Jesus. Life is once again the same...or is it?

It makes sense that their lives should continue as before, at least on the outside. God means for us to be part of the world. Christ means to work in us as we live our normal everyday lives. He did not expect that we should stay “on the mountaintop” with him always.

And what does Jesus say to his friends? He tells them how to catch fish! At first, they do not know who this man is, for they—like us—often do not expect to see God in everyday activities and frustrations. But that is where he waits for us.
During Rev. Ryan's sabbatical Chris Neumann, Bill Caldwell and CeCe Caldwell will be publishing The Epistle . If you have an announcement, article, photo, etc. you would like to have included, please email it to epistle@allsaintskauai.org .