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Who We Are

A Loving Family Deeply Rooted in Community

We are a church that prayerfully listens to the Bible, the traditions of the Church, the reason of man, and the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to guide us in living our lives and in faithful response to God.

We are Chinese, Korean, Hawaiian, Japanese, Swedish, English, French, Filipino and more.  We are men and women, boys and girls.  We are young and old and middle aged.  We are conservative and liberal.  We are blue, white and pink-collar workers.  Together, we strive to love God, and our neighbors as ourselves.

We have a special feeling and love for our Church built of blue rock in 1915, and our stained-glass windows installed in 1965. But we know the Church is more than a building and does not exist for itself, and so we reach out to our community and the world to proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ.

Our Mission Statement

To know and celebrate Christ in the Episcopal tradition by gathering in worship, education, and fellowship, by sharing the Good News in word and action, and by seeking and serving Christ in all


What We Believe

We are a people of faith who share in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in following the teachings of Jesus Christ, whose life, death, and resurrection saved the world.

Our church belongs to the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaiʻi which also belongs to the wider Episcopal Church in the United States. Our, Bishop, priest, and congregation members cooperate as leaders at all levels of our church.  We understand that leadership is a gift from God expressed by all people regardless of who you are.

We believe God loves you. No exceptions.

To learn more about our beliefs and the Episcopal Church please visit this website

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Our Priest


Rev. Christopher Bridges

Piilani Hanohano

Church Administrator

Our Staff

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