Nicholas Griffin, Ph.D.
The “seven last words” or statements of Jesus from the cross are gathered from the gospels and represent the very essence of his teachings. They are clear, concise, and moving testimony to the insight and spiritual depth of the Master Teacher, and as such, warm and comfort us today....Read more
Nicholas Griffin, Ph.D., launches his talk by showing how the crowd must have felt as Jesus rode into Jerusalem. Many of them were disappointed that Jesus was not a conquering Messiah…
Our new interim minister, Nicholas Griffin, confronts The Challenge of Change head-on. Where’s the good in change? Where’s the lesson? What can we learn from it?
Aloha mai no, aloha aku; o ka huhū ka mea e ola ‘ole ai
Margie Hyatt uses this Hawaiian wisdom saying to discuss the line of the Prayer of St. Francis, “Where there is hatred, let me sow love.”
Margie Hyatt invites us to let the words of the Prayer of St. Francis wrap us in the embrace of that loving energy.
But in the midst of disturbance, how can we become instruments of that peace?
Leavitt Thomas commemorates St. Patrick’s Day by looking at the Holy Trinity that Patrick brought to Ireland.
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Stacie Caires brings the audience to its feet at this February 2014 service.
Alison Aldcroft and her daughter, Alex Lanning sing this rousing song at the Sunday Celebration Service.
Sunday September 8
Andrew Sakaguchi performs “Love Everybody in the World”
On the June 2013 Aloha Sunday, Nicole Nakamatsu and Charles Degala graced us with a performance of “Lovely Hula Hands.” See the video…
Sunday, November 6, 2011:
In celebration of Veterans’ Day, Rev. Sky St. John honors service and those who have committed their talents, abilities, hearts, and sometimes their lives for a better nation and world.