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.
Come join the Holy Nativity community in a small group discussion of the global issues and our response as a Church and community. Dr. Stephen Noerper, a United Nations Senior Advisor and Columbia University Research Scholar, presents and encourages dialogue on and welcomes your questions and insights in these rich, one hour sessions. Attend one or all.
10/12: Crises in our World Today
11/16: Leadership and our World
12/14: Creating Opportunity
Watch for more details on these three topics.
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.
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: