The Cathedral of
St. Andrew

Cathedral Life
January 2022
Note from Canon Heather
Dear Cathedral ‘Ohana, 
We promised to be in touch with the plan for the rest of January’s Sundays. With the exponential climb in cases, the high rate of transmission, and the extreme contagion of the Omicron variant, we have made the decision to stay in a virtual format for our Sunday 8:00am and 10:00am* worship through the month of January. We are closely monitoring this COVID-surge and prayerfully considering and exploring our options moving forward, including what we may be able to do with our outside spaces. Our current plan is to be back in-person together, and online, too, on Sunday, February 2, 8:00am and 10:00am.  
Our current COVID-reality has also impacted our plans for the Annual Meeting and for the worship schedule on Sunday,
January 23. Desiring to keep our gathered numbers low and our time together abbreviated, our Annual Meeting will be held over Zoom, at 10:00am, on Sunday, January 23. The time of the meeting has been adjusted to 10:00am (rather than the previously announced 9:00am.) This change in time provides those participating in the live-streaming of the 8:00am liturgy (choir, clergy, lectors, AV tech) time to get home to engage in the Annual Meeting Zoom. The 10am Liturgy of the Word will be suspended for January 23rd in order to hold the Annual Meeting.
I came across this prayer from an Anglican church in Ewloe, UK. It resonated with me, and has made its way into my ʻdailies,’ and I offer it to you as we navigate and nimble-our-way through this “challenging time.”  
Strength for this Challenging Time 
We pray for your love and compassion to abound 
as we walk through this challenging season. 
We ask for wisdom for those who bear the load 
of making decisions with widespread consequences. 
We pray for those who are suffering with sickness 
and all who are caring for them. 
We ask for protection for the elderly and vulnerable 
to not succumb to the risks of the virus. 
We pray for misinformation to be curbed 
that fear may take no hold in hearts and minds. 
As we exercise the good sense that you in your mercy provide, 
may we also approach each day in faith and peace, 
trusting in the truth of your goodness towards us. 
We are heartened by your perseverance, and so very grateful for your continued grace and support. Be well, mask up, stay safe! 
In Christ, 
*The Sunday 7am Rite I Eucharist will continue on its hiatus until we are able to return to in-person worship. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. 
Cathedral Annual Meeting on January 23 via Zoom
Mark your calendars: The Cathedral's Annual Meeting will be held this year on Sunday, January 23, at 10am, via Zoom.

Stay tuned for announcements of members running for Chapter and Diocesan Convention representation, as well as further details on how to participate.

Almighty and everliving God, source of all wisdom and understanding, be present with those who will take counsel for the renewal and mission of your Church. Teach us in all things to seek first your honor and glory. Guide us to perceive what is right, and grant us both the courage to pursue it and the grace to accomplish it; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Mission: Joy
Mission: JOY event to be rescheduled
We are waiting to hear back from filmmakers with a new date –
Stay Tuned!
Part-time positions available at the Cathedral!
The Cathedral is looking for a part-time Sexton and Bookkeeper!
Please email for more information!
Remembering our shared moments from 2021
As we journey onward into 2022, the Cathedral would like to take the time to remember all of that we have shared during 2021.
January 3 - The Institution of an Honorary Canon
The Rev. Naim Stifan Ateek became an Honorary Canon here at the Cathedral of St. Andrew. The ceremony was held over Zoom, as the Rev. Ateek was in Texas, and special speaker Canon Brian Grieves was in California.
The Cathedral's 2021 Annual Meeting went
virtual on Sunday, February 14
The Cathedral found a creative way to celebrate Ash Wednesday -
an outdoor service held in the Memorial Garden.
Slipper Drive for Central Middle School was held during Lent
The first phase of the Cathedral Organ restoration started in March by Michael Bartels and Bill Petty
New rooftop A/C units were installed in the Memorial Building on March 8
The new cooling system was equipped with a high-tech filtration system, creating a safer indoor environment for all.
Easter Sunday on April 4, 2021
SAS May Day Celebration
Day of Pentecost on May 23, 2021
Leohone Magno's last Sunday with the Cathedral was on June 27
The Blessing of two new Pu at the Cathedral
Guest Musicians during the Summer
John Starr Alexander was our Accompanist/Pianist during the Choir hiatus
Hawaii Youth Symphony performed with their Director, Iggy Jace in July and August
Chad Uyehara, Pieter Nauwelaerts, and Joanne Watanabe performed in August
Photos taken by Beth Young
Director of Music, Nicholas Keone Lee, was introduced in August
Commissioning of new Sub-Verger, Victor Young, on August 29
Photos taken by Beth Young
Father Keleawe's last Sunday at the Cathedral was on August 29
Photos taken by Beth Young and Julia Jackson
The Rev. Ha'aheo Guanson and the Rev. Andrew Arakawa joined the Cathedral team in September
The Cathedral debuted their new website on October 1, 2021
Refurbishing of the 1972 Kahili
Photos taken by Ann Hansen
A blessing of supplies for the Prison Ministry was made on November 28
Organist, Mark Wong, and Maintenance technician, Steven Lozano, joined the Cathedral team in December
Kalihi-Waena Meat Giveaway in December
Photos taken by Ann Hansen
Advent Lessons and Carols on December 12
Christmas Eve services on December 24
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