Month: September 2020

Weekly Message from T. J.

Hands Up Winner

This week we bring September to a close. I know, it’s hard to wrap our head around that fully. And with it we bring to a close our month in worship and in other ways of looking at the spiritual theme … read more.

UU Office at the United Nations


Join us for a virtual event honoring the UN’s 75th anniversary
6:00 – 7:30 PM | Thursday, October 22, 2020

This year, the United Nations is celebrating its 75th birthday, and the Unitarian Universalist Association Office at the UN, in collaboration with the Canadian Unitarian Council, will … read more.

9-29-20 Pau Hana w Tim Rose

Mahalo, Tim, for this calming time amid so many storms. Many of us had other commitments this evening, so Tim agreed to allows to post this concert for a time. Enjoy

Introduction to Fall RE Program

Using the story “Little Bear and the Seven Principles” by Sue Yamane-Carpenter we will be exploring what UU is, doing some crafts and learning our Eighth Principle too. Keep an eye out for craft kit pick up day!
 (Full video transcript on YouTube for accessibility)

Social Justice Corner

Social Justice Corner:

Our Congregation Gets a BIG Pat on the Back.  As shared in the latest issue of Kukui lamalama, ReClaim Our Vote works to help people vote and counter voter suppression efforts, especially in the South.  By September 30, members of our congregation and their friends will … read more.

Faith Action Investment Drive


Previous messages from Faith Action have reviewed the wide variety of accomplishments for this year, despite limits imposed by CoVid19 (Aug 29-30).  One other recent message (Sept 5-6) announced our annual investment drive.  Now the drive begins, running from September 19–October 31!

Each year, Faith Action … read more.

Faith Action Reminder: The 2020 US Census Needs All of Us!

The 2020 US Census will be ending soon. Have you signed up? Remind your friends and family to sign up right away!

Hawaii’s share of federal funding for programs, including the following, are determined by Hawaii’s Census count:


Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP)


Emergency Services such as fire and ambulance

School … read more.