The East Hawaii Interfaith Summit to End Family Homelessness will be held on October 4, 2017 in Hilo at the Afook_Chinen Civic Auditorium.
The Summit will provide an opportunity for Individuals, Churches, and Organizations to learn about the current state of Homelessness in Hawaii County and connect with community resources to discover how you can help end family homelessness.
The event is Free. Register here before September 30th.
All Faith Clergy for Justice
Join faith leaders from around East Hawai’i on Monday, August 28, from 4:00 to 5:00 pm at the corner of Pauahi St. and Kamehameha Ave. to advocate for justice for all people. We repudiate the voices of race supremacy and segregation. We declare that a blessed society is one that nurtures all people, not just some.
We raise our voices for justice throughout the land, and we raise our voices to oppose those who would privilege themselves at the expense of others.
Join us along the Hilo Bayfront on the sidewalk south of Pauahi St. for public witness on Monday. Lay people and clergy are warmly welcomed. Clergy, please wear robes, collars, stoles, or another symbol which identifies you as a faith leader in your tradition. We will have signs, but feel free to bring your own signs to wave as well, reflecting the call to love and the sin of hate.
For more information, please call Rev. Eric Anderson at Church of the Holy Cross UCC in Hilo: 935-1283.
This event will take place, rain or shine.
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