Daily Lectionary Readings
“For since the creation of the world, his invisible things are clearly seen. They are perceived through created things, even his everlasting power and divinity.”
When our Lord was calling His first disciples, they asked Jesus where He was staying, “Come and see” (John 1:39) was the Master's reply, and that is our reply to the whole world. Come and see!
The Maui mission parish seeks to spread the good news of God's love to all. We are committed to placing Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, first and foremost in our lives. We are firmly rooted in the teaching of Holy Scripture and the unchanging Christian witness of the early church.
We are a Christian mission parish on the island of Maui. We are a community following a traditional expression of Christian faith and worship as practiced over millennia by the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church. Maui is a unique location for a mission parish as it is at the nexus of visiting Christians and people of good will from all around the world. Maui is also a unique place for a mission parish because the communities of people that make this Island their home, as residents of Hawaii, are dedicated to a life filled with the aloha spirit.
We seek to grow in holiness through lives of repentence, forgiveness, mercy, compassion and faithful prayer.
Orthodoxy in America
“We join our spirit to the spirit of His All-Holiness and exhort all our Faithful: offer prayers and tangible support for all the Ukrainian People, those of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine and those of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the Moscow Patriarchate, those of the Ukrainian Catholic and Jewish communities, and all who find themselves in the dire circumstances of war.”
“On Monday, February 28, 2022 on behalf of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, His Grace Bishop Apostolos of Medeia accepted the invitation of Metropolitan Antony of Hierapolis of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA (Ecumenical Patriarchate) to participate in the PRAYER VIGIL FOR UKRAINE at the St. Andrew Ukrainian Orthodox Memorial Church in Bound Brook, NJ. Accompanying His Grace was the V. Rev. Christoforos Oikonomidis, the Chancellor of the Metropolis of New Jersey, the V. Rev. Nektarios Cottros and Archdeacon Philotheos Tomczewski.”
Currently, we celebrate and worship the Lord with weekly prayer services (either Vespers or Matins and Typika services as the main santuary of Saint Theresa Church has availability) and with an Eucharistic Divine Liturgy service once a month, usually the fourth Saturday, and sometimes more often. Whether you live on the Island of Maui or are just visiting the Island for a short time, whether you are already a Christian or just someone who is seeking to experience the original practice of the early Christian church in paradise, we welcome you to join us and participate in our celebrations.
Immediately following our services, we host an Aloha fellowship hour for the purpose of fostering community within our parish and welcoming visitors. (We are also working toward accommodating those who can only participate through virtual teleconferencing.) So, if you attend a service, please plan to join us afterwards and bring your own coffee, lunch, and desserts for your family.
Download the sequential hymnal for the upcoming services from the Daily Sequential Hymnal.
Saturday, November 19, 2022 — Obadiah the Prophet; Barlaam of Caesarea
Matins 9:00am | Liturgy 10:00am | Keawalai Congregational Church, 5300 Makena Road in Kihei
Aloha hour is held after services.
Planned Services for 2022
For more information on the Maui Mission's planned services see the Service Schedule.