In our parish, we pray for: Dorie & Agenhart, Frank Y., Ron M., Wayne, Heather, Erwin, John, Todd, Terry, Elaine, Tom, Sue, Kate, Sandee, Michael T., Nancy Y., Warner Kimo, Susan K., Katy & Eric, Sandy T.A., Larry T, Raj, Renu, Peggy, and Stanley Yon & Family, Eleu O & Ohana, TR, J Rohr, G. Livingston Jr., Jeff L, Schwegmann Family, Margot, Neil Jr., Mac, J Ingham, Masamitsu Ohana.
AND all who struggle with illness and/or hardship.
Please contact the HNC office with any additional prayer requests
We are posting a brief day by day meditation from Forward Movement. It's a great way to start your morning! Just click on the website icon above.
On September 10th, HNS Board of Directors and HNC Vestry met for a tour of the HN campus, followed by a light lunch and fellowship.
They visited all four main parts of our campus. In the community gym, keiki were learning introductory basketball skills; the group passed through the Thrift Store next, which was open for business on a busy Saturday morning.
On the makai side of campus, Head of School Jeanne Wilkes shared information about curriculum and student life as the group saw the art room and the 1G and 4G classrooms.
The tour concluded in the St. Francis Garden, where the group shared prayers for our continuing work together. The vestry and board have a goal of gathering once or twice each year, but this is the first in-person gathering that has been possible since COVID.
We were grateful for this opportunity to "come together"!
Mālama Maunalua with the Holy Nativity Community
On October 10, join our huki with Mālama Maunalua to remove invasive algae from Maunalua Bay.
Event Details: Meet at Kuliʻouʻou Beach Park (100 Bay Street) at 9:00 am. We will work from 9-12. Street parking is available. Upon arrival, check in with the Community Huki staff who will give a brief introduction. They will lead everyone along the shoreline to the Paikō Restoration Area (approximately 10-15 minute walk). After removing algae from the bay, we will return to Kuliʻouʻou Beach Park by 12:00 pm. HNC will host a tent with water and other refreshments at the park.
What to bring: Water, sunscreen, and beach clothes. Towels, water shoes, hats, and a change of clothes are also recommended.
And parental consent must be given to all minors prior to the event.
Thank you to our recent guest preacher
the Rev. Bil Aulenbach!
This group (which included former members of Bil's youth group at Holy Nativity in the 1960s!) gathered to thank him for being with us: Pictured left to right: Sandra Braham, Bil Aulenbach, Libby Berman, Bill Seeley, Annie Aulenbach, Mike Braham.
Rehearsals are every Thursday at 5:30 in the Nave.
For more information on joining the HNC Choir, contact Chris Suzuki at email@example.com
Name Tag Project
To receive a new name tag, please fill out a name card --please include first and last. Then place the card in the red box.
Both the cards and the box will be available after services on the lanai.
You may also contact the office to give your name tag request to Athena 808 373-2131 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
The office will print up new tags to replace the old tags in the back of the nave. Old tags will be discarded to make way for the new.
The HNS Pumpkin Festival is back!
Saturday, October 22nd
We hope to have church nave wide open and staffed with church volunteers who can welcome families who wish to see and learn about the church. Nina Livingston is making a list of folks who can be present for an hour or more to assist. She also is coordinating an addition to gift bags that will be distributed to keiki.
Helping with "Pumpkin" is a great way to get to know more of our HNS families and build relationships with our school. Please join us! --Rev Libby
For more information and (for those who wish to attend) to get tickets, go to: