an online publication of the
the Church of the Holy Nativity, Aina Haina
February 6, 2019
The Coming Week
at Holy Nativity

Worship this Sunday, 
February 10, 2019
The Fifth Sunday
After Epiphany
 Eucharist 8:30am
Sunday School 9:30am
 

Wednesday, February 13
Eucharist 
 (10am)  Chapel

Thursday, February 14
 Centering  
Prayer (4pm)  Chapel


Worship the 
following Sunday,
February 17, 2019
The Sixth Sunday
After Epiphany
Eucharist 7:30am
Eucharist 9:30am
Sunday School 9:30am


Serving this Sunday 
(February 10)   
The Fifth Sunday
after Epiphany

7:30am Eucharist 
Celebrant: 
    The Rev'd Canon Kate Cullinane  
Preacher:
    The Rev'd Christopher Bridges
Lector: Kim Garner
Prayers of the People: Kim Garner     
Usher: Austin Nakoa

9:30am Eucharist
Celebrant: 
    The Rev'd Canon Kate Cullinane  
Preacher:
    The Rev'd Christopher Bridges
Server/Eucharistic Minister
    Joe Kindrich
Lectors: 
    Sumner Howard & Kathy Otani
Acolyte:  Nicholas Livingston, Noah, Owen, and Isaiah Zitz  
Prayers of the People:  Joe Kindrich 
Usher: Rich Miller

Altar Guild: Lorraine Mau's Team


Serving next Sunday 
(February 17)   
The Sixth Sunday
after Epiphany

7:30am Eucharist 
Celebrant: 
    The Rev'd Canon Kate Cullinane  
Preacher:
    The Rev'd Christopher Bridges
Lector: Lorraine Mau
Prayers of the People: 
    Lorraine Mau    
Usher: David Callies

9:30am Eucharist
Celebrant: 
    The Rev'd Canon Kate Cullinane  
Preacher:
    The Rev'd Christopher Bridges
Server/Eucharistic Minister
    Wyn Aubrey-Child
Lectors: 
    Bob & Jean Steele
Acolyte:  Alexander Domecki 
Prayers of the People:  
    Wyn Aubrey-Child 
Usher: Justin Donahue

Altar Guild: Nina Livingston's Team

Readings this Sunday, 
February 10,
The Fifth Sunday
After Epiphany
Jeremiah 1:4-10
Psalm 71:1-6
1 Corinthians 13:1-13
Luke 4:21-30

Readings next Sunday, 
February 17,
The Sixth Sunday
After Epiphany
Jeremiah 17:5-10
Psalm 1
1 Corinthians 15:12-20
Luke 6:17-26


 
Interim Rector
The Rev. Canon Kate Cullinane
hncinterim@gmail.com
Curate
The Rev. Christopher Bridges
hnccurate@gmail.com

The Vestry
Sr. Warden: Austin Nakoa
Jr. Warden: Eva Eglinton
Treasurer: Jean Steele
Clerk: Nancy Thomas
Members at Large: Lila Johnson, Justin Donahue, Nina Livingston, Joe Kindrich, Rich Miller, Ed Moore, Jeff Taylor, John Verghese, Ken Zitz
Rector Search Committee Chair: Bob Steele

Office Hours
Monday-Thursday, 9am-1pm
(808) 373-2131
hncparish@gmail.com
www.holynativityhawaii.org
 
Parish Bookkeeper
hncoperationsmanager@gmail.com
 
Parish Administrator
hncparish@gmail.com
 
Prayer List
Byron C.  Kendall W.  Rita H. 
Ken & Erin Z.  Elma C.  Wayne O.
William C.  Bonnie Z.  Bob N.
Kenneth Z.   Delia M. 


Holy Nativity School
Tim Spurrier,  Head of School
(808) 373-3232

Holy Nativity School is dedicated to excellence in education within a small and personalized environment. Built upon the qualities of respect and inclusion, as exemplified in the Episcopal tradition, Holy Nativity School values each child's individuality as it develops principled citizens who recognize their role in a global community.

Click here to visit the School website.




Holy Nativity Thrift Shop
(808) 373-3744

Wednesdays and Fridays 
9 am - 3 pm

Saturdays 
9 am - 12 noon

Click here to visit the Thrift Shop  webpage.

The Thrift Shop is looking for a new manager.  If you are interested on know someone who might be interested please contact the church office at 808-373-2131 or email: hncparish@mail.com 


Volunteer Mrs Nobuko Loncar, Mr. Bill Seeley along with RYSE Director Carla Houser, Father Chris and residents of RYSE

 
Curate's Corner



The Tradition of Giving Continues at Holy Nativity Thrift Shop
 

Growing out of a series of rummage sales the Holy Nativity Thrift Shop started in 1963 and has been raising much needed funds for various charities though its many years of operation. Our volunteers work hard and see the happy results in the faces of satisfied customers who return week after week. For Holy Nativity Church and the general public, it is an outlet for their used but still good clothing, household goods, furniture and other extra belongings. At Holy Nativity Thrift Shop everyone not only gives but they receive.
 
On January 31, 2019 the tradition of giving continued with a donation of $4,400.00 from the Thrift Shop's Fall Festival which was given to Residential Youth Services & Empowerment (RYSE). The mission of this organization is to provide an access center where Hawaii's street-youth have a safe haven and are empowered to make positive change. RYSE collaborates with the community to provide food, shelter, medical care, education, employment assistance, and counseling in a nurturing, non-judgmental environment.
 
Hawaii has the largest per capita percentage of homelessness in the U.S. Over 1 in 5 homeless are youth or young adults. In Hawaii, 18-24 years old are one of the fastest growing homeless populations and require unique housing and social service support. They are still developing as young adults and require adolescent-specific services. Hawaii lacks sufficient facilities that address their needs. RYSE was born to provide this type of support and service. For more information please visit the RYSE website:  https://rysehawaii.org/  

Almighty and most merciful God, we remember before you
all poor and neglected persons whom it would be easy for us
to forget: the homeless and the destitute, the old and the sick,
and all who have none to care for them. Help us to heal those
who are broken in body or spirit, and to turn their sorrow
into joy. Grant this, Father, for the love of your Son, who for
our sake became poor, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. The Book of Common Prayer
 
 

Rectors Search Survey
At our annual meeting last Sunday, members of the parish had an opportunity to provide feedback to the Holy Nativity Search Committee about qualities they would like to see in the new rector. To afford an opportunity to participate for those members who were unable to attend annual meeting, the survey will be available on the lanai. The surveys will be also available at the church office during the week. The anonymous survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. Please return the survey to the church office or to Bob Steele Chair of the Search Committee by February 17
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Getting to Know Jesus
Come and join us at 8:30 to 9:10 for our Adult Bible Study every Sunday. We are going through the Gospel of Matthew. We read a chapter a week of the Gospel of Matthew and then come together on Sunday to discuss what we have read. It is a time for reflection and sharing with one another about Jesus. Do not worry that you have not started out with the group. Just come on and join us. All are welcome!! Please see Fr. Christopher if you have any questions. 
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Readers, Servers, and Ushers for Our 7:30AM & 9:30AM Services

Readers, servers, ushers are need other are needed for these important ministries during our worship. Please consider these opportunities for service during our Sunday Worship. If you are interested, please see Fr. Christopher.
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The Britt Lectures February 15-18, 2019 at Christ United Methodist Church 1639 Keeaumoku Street, Honolulu HI.

Diana Butler Bass who is an author, speaker, and independent scholar specializing in American religion and culture will present the lectures. She holds a Ph.D. in religious studies from Duke University and is the award-winning author of ten books, including Grounded: Finding God in the World -A Spiritual Revolution (HarperOne, 2015), Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening (HarperOne, 2012) and Christianity for the Rest of Us: How the Neighborhood Church is Transforming the Faith (HarperOne, 2006). Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks 
Resource: https://dianabutlerbass.com/about/
The schedule for the lectures:
Fri 2/15: 7:00 - 8:30 pm; followed by q&a up to 9:30 pm
Sat 2/16: 7:00 - 8:30 pm; followed by q&a up to 9:30 pm
Sun 2/17: 7:00 - 8:30 pm; followed by q&a up to 9:30 pm
Mon 2/18: Three-Hour Workshop from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
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Holy Nativity School Counting Down To Pa`ina February 9, 2019
There's still time to RSVP for the 2019 Pa'ina on February 9, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki! Join our school for a night of Fundraiser activities in support of our little school in the valley. Pay for your tickets or sponsor table in the office or online at https://www.holynativityschool.org/paina-2019/
In advance of this exciting event, the school is seeking the following donations for our Silent Auction and Balloon Pop activities:
·Hotel Stays
·Travel Vouchers
·Airline Miles
·$25+ Restaurant gift cards
·$25+ Spa gift cards
·$25+ Retail gift cards
If you have any questions or would like to make a donation, please contact  kreed@holynativityschool.org .  

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A Message from the Holy Nativity School and Church Mission Possible Group
The Holy Nativity School is an important and cherished mission of the Church of the Holy Nativity. The school is a corporation owned by the parish and the land and buildings they share are held in trust for the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii. The church and school share many expenses including maintenance, insurance and utilities. The school is supported by tuition payments, fundraising and gifts; it has a small endowment. The church is supported by its congregation's giving, rental income from external parties and from endowments; it also operates a thrift shop. The church and school have agreed upon which indoor and outdoor spaces are designated for each-- either in their entirety or as scheduled.
The Church of the Holy Nativity worships God, encourages spiritual growth and shares God's bounty through outreach. Holy Nativity School values each child's individuality and seeks to develop principled citizens. Our Episcopal identity is found in our traditional worship, religious study, community life and pursuit of justice.
Our school's Board has fiduciary responsibility to our church. The board hires the Head of School with prior concurrence by the parish's Rector. The Head of School develops and implements policies and programs, hires staff and faculty, answers to the school's board, reports regularly about the school's progress to the Vestry and maintains a collegial relationship with the Rector. The church's Vestry calls the parish Rector, appoints school board members (nominated by a committee with church and school members), meets semi-annually with the school board and monitor's the school's well-being. In 2018-19 our school will begin to contribute to the capital improvements of the shared property. The school and the parish appoint members of a Capital Improvement Committee which prioritizes and manages needed improvements as approved by the Vestry and the Diocese.