It’s been a wonderful year! Thank you to all the students, professors, university staff, year-round parishioners, volunteers, and benefactors that allow us to achieve the vision and work on the mission of the Newman Center. We have been able to accomplish all this and more because of your dedication. MAHALO!
Video editor: Ezekiel Tolentino (4th year undergraduate student)
Friday, December 7, 2018
Before final exams, let’s celebrate our community Christmas party & honor Fr. Jack on his retirement…
A main dish of ham will be provided and we welcome pot-luck side dishes of appetizers, salad, desserts, fruit, cheese, dips, and healthy plant-based dishes. We will have punch and we welcome offerings of wine and bubbly.
There will be a photo booth to capture the wonderful community memories!
You are also invited to help decorate Newman’s Christmas tree on Saturday, December 1st from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
RSVP DEADLINE: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2018
- Telephone message at 808-988-6222, extension 0 with the following information:
- Name (first and last)
- Contact information: email and telephone
- Total # of CHILDREN attending under the age of 12 years old
- Total # of others (everyone over the age of 12 years old)
- What you will bring for the pot-luck
if you choose to give Fr. Jack a retirement gift (not tax deductible), a basket will be in front of his office
Join Ann Ngo, one of our summer interns, August 7 to 9 for a visit to the elderly at the Franciscan Adult Day Center. We ask for volunteers to participate with us for about two hours anywhere from 9AM to 3PM. Some of the tasks include assisting the kupuna with their program’s exercise activities, meals, and arts & crafts.
Experience making connections, spreading smiles, and making a positive difference! Please sign up here by August 4.
FAITH, FRIENDSHIP, & FUN
This past Saturday, July 21, Newman Center collaborated with several other parishes in the Diocese of Honolulu to participate in the Young Adults’ Sports Day event. Hosted on the lawn of Mary, Star of the Sea Parish in Kāhala, the sports day provided our Newman youth and young adults a chance to play several rounds of volleyball and tug of war against those of other island parishes. Sporting a red t-shirt with “Newman Knights” on it, our team did quite well and felt fulfilled!
A day like this is a perfect way to bridge friendship with faith and fun!