Campus Ministry at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa; campus minister: Joseph Oh
Main ministry of the Newman Center – Holy Spirit Parish, which is supported by the Student Council
Young Professionals and Graduate Student Ministry; Coordinator: Hla Htun
Outreaching to students in advanced degrees, recent graduates, and young professionals up to 40 years of age.
Religious Education; R.E. Coordinator: Anna Viggiano
Classes for children Grades K-12th; the pre-Confirmation and Confirmation classes enroll students in grades 8-12. Program meets twice a month from September to May, immediately following the 9:00am Sunday Mass.
Youth Ministry; Animator:
For middle and high school students, regardless of enrollment in religious education classes.
(RCIA) Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults; Coordinator: Rosemarie Casey
Engages those who seek full initiation and communion in the Catholic Faith through readings, videos and discussion in preparation for receiving the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Eucharist at the Easter Vigil.
Welcoming Committee; Coordinators:
Various teams created to assure that all who come, whether to join, visit, or take part in spiritual services are welcome.
Liturgical Ministries; Coordinator: Sharon Chiarucci
Greeters, Lectors (Readers), Eucharistic Servers
Sacristan; Coordinators: Lawrence Harris & Christopher Malano
Preparing for liturgies and events, as well as care of sacred vessels or liturgical supplies.
Altar Ministry; Coordinators: Grace Ray & Suzanne Ching
Caring for the sacred linen used for liturgies.
Liturgical Environment; Coordinator: Shevaun Low
Teams to set the visual appearance of the church for the various liturgical seasons, for example, flower arranging.
Eucharist for Home-bound Ministries; Coordinator: Carol Kotsubo
Provides Eucharist and visitation to home-bound community members and works with Catholic Charities Hawaii outreach.
Prison Outreach Ministry; Coordinators: Steve and Renee Latimer
Several Wednesdays a month.
Music Ministries; Choir for each weekend mass:
Gene Corpuz & Megumi Pulido (5:00pm Saturday), Carol Halbur (9:00am Sunday), Mike & Tessie Amore (11:00am Sunday), Reta Youkhana (5:00pm Sunday).
Centering Prayer; Coordinator: June Naughton
A weekly evening hour of prayer, putting one’s self in God’s presence in silence and by reading the Scriptures.
Taize – Prayer Around the Cross & Ecumenical Outreach; Coordinator: Jon James
Evening of prayer, chants, and scripture readings that include Veneration of the Cross. Twice a year: Good Friday and at Ecumenical Services in January.
UH Lecture Series; Coordinator: Virgie Chattergy
Fall and Spring lecture series on global/social issues that impact our lives, led by UH and other professional experts.
Fr. Jack Ryan’s Lecture Series
A series of lectures on various themes for the Fall and Spring Semesters presented by Parish Pastor, Fr. Jack.
Fr. Dan Dever Graduates’ Night; Coordinator: Virgie Chattergy
Graduating students present highlights of their academic achievements in honor of Fr. Dan Dever, Founder and sponsor of the Newman Club.
Spirituality Committee; Coordinator: Sharon Chiarucci
Plans events that affirm and challenge our lived Faith – includes contemplative prayer groups, various types of retreats, notably the “busy person’s” retreat conducted during Lent by trained/certified Spiritual Directors
Interfaith Peace Services; Coordinator: June Naughton
Three times annually, the Peace Services, rotates between the Buddhist Study Center, the Newman Center, and the Quaker Center. It is a multi-faith service for peace, a mindfulness and expression that particularly resonates among our three faiths.
Newman Fun Run; Coordinator: Vince Costello
Annual community building event on the last Saturday of January.
Hospitality Weekend; Community volunteers for each mass
Every first weekend of all masses – collection of non-perishable food items for St. George’s Parish Food Pantry. All are invited to fellowship after each Mass.
Peace Affinity Group (Salt and Light); Coordinator: Wally Inglis
Our faith calls us to hunger and thirst for justice and to be peacemakers in our own communities.