We are one congregation with two worship spaces: St. John's in Eleʻele and St. Paul's in Kekaha. Both churches serve the West Kauaʻi community. We welcome visitors to join our ʻohana for Sunday worship.
Please join us for a brief series of Reflections on Advent led by Liedeke Bulder. The Thanksgiving-to-Christmas marathon has begun, and the intention is to provide an alternate way to prepare for Christmas this year: not in busy doing, speaking, or reading but simply a space to BE, to BECOME. Each week our reflections will be prompted by a simple word. Liedeke will guide us in some contemplative prayer, writing, reflecting, and a lectio divina style scripture reading. Give yourself the gift of a 40-minute weekly respite and join us! Please let Kahu Kerry know if you need a ride.
We've had a busy Pentecost Season and Advent will be too!
Kahu Kerry+ (left) wears an aluminum foil 'halo presented to her by the keiki from Sunday School.
The church school kids (now up to 15 in attendance) made foil halos as part of All Saints Sunday and presented one to Kahu+ as they filed back in for Holy Communion on November 6th. It was a somber yet hopeful day of remembrance as we prayed for our saints who have gone before us.
Thanks to our Sunday School ‘Godly Play,’ teachers who have faithfully taught the youth every Sunday. Lynn Barker, Mary Rustick, Wally Kawane, Tita Matias, Peter Joffrion, Heather Bucao, Sal Rivera, Wilma Medina, Elsie Bayot, Don Shotliff and Kahu+ are our 2022-2023 Church School teachers. Hooray and thank you all! Contact Kahu Kerry+ or Wally Kawane if you have any questions. Mahalo and God bless.
We offer Holy Eucharist every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. at St. Paul’s, Kekaha, and 10:00 a.m. at St. John’s in Eleʻele.
Ilokano language services are every 2nd Sunday of the month.
Pray for the people of Ukraine. Pray for all people undergoing suffering around the world including from the recent hurricanes.
If you have a pastoral emergency, please call Kahu Kerry+ at 256-679-3854. God's blessings to all.