Our Sunday service begins at 9:00 a.m. and usually lasts about an hour. Following the service, all are welcome to join us at Aloha Coffee Hour on the church lanai
If you will be joining us with children, they are welcome to join our Sunday School (for ages 3.5 and up). Children meet our teachers on the church lanai at the beginning of worship and join the service at communion time.
reading of scripture, hymns and a sermon
and singing our thanks and praise with hymns
Our Family Service, on the second Sunday of the month, begins at 9:00 a.m.
When we have Family Service, all children are welcome in the church nave and are encouraged to take part in the service.
Dr. Cat and the Holy Nativity Singers
Holy Nativity Choir
Our Music Ministry adds a harmonious presence at our worship service each Sunday and on special occasions.
Choir members sing during worship in person and collaborate with the Kona Choral Society and the Windward Choral Society virtually.
If you enjoy singing, consider joining our choir! Practice is on Thursday evenings.
Our Children's Sunday School helps our next generation learn how to inspire others through a solid Christian foundation based on faith, hope and love.
Holy Nativity provides a Christian-based Sunday School during the 9am worship service for children ages 3.5 years and older.
Children meet their teachers at 9:00 a.m., join church for communion, then enjoy coffee hour with their parents immediately after the worship service.
HNC Sunday School
Sunday School II 2-6-2022
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Sunday School 1
Sunday School 2
Our Memorial Garden at the Church of the Holy Nativity, located on the makai (ocean) side of the church building, is a group of individual niches which contain the cremated remains of the departed.
The quiet design of the Columbarium invites solitary contemplation as well as the gathering of families and friends for prayer and remembrance.
Unlike remote cemeteries, the Columbarium offers constant reminders of the tender and eternal bond between the deceased and their church family.
Inurnment in the Memorial Garden is available to present or past communicants of Holy Nativity, members of their immediate family, any member of the Episcopal Church in the USA, and others subject to current policy and approval by the Vestry.
Our covenantal life with God is expressed in relationships of commitment and faithfulness, including those of same-sex couples.
It is the Church’s joy to celebrate relationships as signs of God’s love, to pray for God’s grace to support couples in their life together, and to join with these couples in our shared witness to the gospel in the world.
Baptism is a ritual of inclusion and belonging that indicates our desire to enter into a relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church.
We baptize adults, children, and infants in the Episcopal Church on the belief that God's love extends to everyone regardless of their age.
Baptism almost always takes place within the Sunday Eucharist.