Happy Mother's Day!
On May 13, 2018, the Ke Akua Youth Group distributed wrapped soaps and gift tags they prepared the week before in celebration and thanks to all the mothers that attended both Sunday services. All together, about 60 mothers were recognized and honored.
Special thanks to Aunty Bara Sargent and Aunty Janis Wright for their help in making the soaps and providing the beautiful fabric and decorations.
“Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.” -- Proverbs 31:29
In Other News…
We would like to also take the time to say MAHALO to Uncle Steve Sargent for fixing the outlets in the Youth Room and Aunty Cathy Mikula for your donation of plastic eggs for next year’s Easter Egg Hunt.
Episcopal Asiamerican Ministries (EAM) Consultation 2018
The youth of All Saints Church are invited to attend the EAM Consultation at Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu from September 27 to October 1, 2018. This year’s theme is “Piko: Celebrate Christ, Community, and Creation.”
The EAM’s mission is “To enable, equip and empower ministries among Asian immigrants and Asian-Americans and help build bridges to Asia and beyond.” This consultation is an opportunity for youth from around the nation to come together for fellowship, fun, community service, and cultural exchange. Among the many scheduled activities is a presentation by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and an immersion trip to the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Registration is filling up fast! If you are interested, but aren’t 100% certain about committing or still determining if you can make the dates, you are still encouraged to apply. You can always cancel your registration later. Payments will be collected at a later date when logistics are finalized. Please register by this Sunday, May 27, 2018.
To register, please complete their online form HERE and let Aunty Cami know that you signed up so she can get a head count. Be sure to select “Quadruple Occupancy” and pay later by selecting the “check” method.
As a reminder, you do not need to be Asian to attend. This is open to all interested youth.
Thank you to Aunty Carolyn Morinishi for the invitation and assistance.
To learn more about the event you can contact Cami or Carolyn.
To learn more about the EAM please CLICK HERE to visit their website.