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Twice Blessed Sale!!

50% Off
August 3
Everything in the Housewares section of our Twice Blessed thrift store will be 50% off this Sunday!

New Minister Search Team Would Like Your Input!

What do you think are the most important characteristics for our new minister?

Read more to find out how to participate in the survey…

Community Project – Clean the Canal

Saturday August 2, 8am, St. Louis Bridge. Volunteers needed!!
This is a very important project to clear the canal of overgrowth for better flow. A sign-up sheet is available at Connection Central or call Lee Manfredi (808.735-8466)

Volunteer Opportunities

Many hands make light work!
We currently have openings at Connection Central, the Twice Blessed Thrift Store and the Diamond Head Cafe. Please contact Margie at (808) 735-4436 or visit her at Connection Central.

Staff Openings!

We currently have staff openings for the Twice Blessed Thrift Store Manager and a Volunteer Coordinator.
Read more…

Hibiscus Project

It’s EXPANDING!! We’re up to 42 hibiscus plants!! Our gratitude to those who drop off plants at the front office anonymously. And don’t worry about bringing in too many—we have a large campus! Mahalo!

  • Search Team for New Minister Formed!
    Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that eight members of the Search Team have been selected. Read more...
  • The Fountain
    A volunteer, Lee Pele, has taken on the task of maintaining the fountain, including the tedious task of controlling the algae that is responding to the increased sunlight available with heavy growth in the fountain’s new configuration.
  • Twice Blessed : Closed July 5th!!
    Dennis Blank will be returning to our shores on July 9th after visiting family on the mainland. Unfortunately, he was unable to find coverage for Saturday, July 5th.
  • Euclid’s Dream: Angles into Rectangles
    Lisa Ensley, our church administrator, uncovered the following information from the archives: George Newton, a local artist in residence in Kaneohe, created this sculpture based on pure geometry to include the repetition of angles vertically.