ST. ANN CHURCH | WINDWARD, O'AHU
ST. ANN CHURCH | WINDWARD, O'AHU
For your private prayer opportunities, the Queen of Peace Chapel is open daily (Monday through Saturday) from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except on observed Holidays).
The Enthronement of the Sacred Heart in the Home is a re-commitment of the whole family to Christ and is a source of strength and blessing for the family.
Contact the Church rectory at 808-247-3092 for more information.
Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer — prayer in which we experience God’s presence within us. This method of prayer is both a relationship with God and a discipline to foster that relationship. Contact: David Tamashiro at email@example.com or
Taize is a form of contemplative worship. Short chants, repeated again and again, give Taize prayer a meditative character. Using just a few words, the chants express a basic reality of faith, quickly grasped by the mind. As the words are sung over many times, this reality gradually penetrates the whole being. Taize prayer is offered during the Advent and Lenten liturgical seasons. Check the weekly bulletin for dates and times.
Eucharistic Adoration is a quiet reflective time of personal prayer. Our physical presence before the Real Presence in the tabernacle expresses an inner attitude that extends beyond the moments of prayer. On the First Friday of every month, the Queen of Peace Chapel is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for a time of personal Eucharistic Adoration. It closes with a Holy Hour, including Benediction and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 6 to 7 p.m.
The Rosary Making Guild teaches participants to make rosaries for themselves and for the missions that the guild supports. All supplies are provided. All ages are welcome and invited to participate in this ministry. The guild meets on the last Sunday of the month. Check the weekly bulletin for more information. Contact: Kathryn Garcia at Kgarcia@stannhawaii.org or
The Bereavement Ministry is seeking empathetic, caring individuals who wish to be of service to God and Church. The Bereavement Ministry prepares the church for funeral services, provides general help to the family with arrangements and, while at the church, assists the presider during the Mass or prayer service. Contact: Barbara Honda at 808-247-3092, ext. 115.
In Service to our Neighbor
Heeding God’s call to “love your neighbor, as I have loved you,” parishioners of St. Ann Church offer their time, talent and treasure to those in need. Corporal works of mercy are an important part of parish life and there are many opportunities to serve.
Beginning the first weekend after Thanksgiving, this event supports the homeless children in our community and their families with the purchase of gift cards for such items as food, basic necessities and clothing donated by the members of the St. Ann Church community. Several agencies have been recipients of these items each year because of their hard work in addressing the needs of these special children and their families. Preparation for the event begins in early November with the creating of handmade ornaments for the Giving Tree. The tree is decorated on the morning after Thanksgiving in the church vestibule.
Contact: Alika Sheldon at firstname.lastname@example.org or
St. Ann volunteers assist Parker United Methodist Church in Kaneohe in hosting families who are without housing. The volunteers provide a hot dinner for the families and serve as overnight hosts. Contact: Sue Slavish at
email@example.com for more information or to volunteer.
Teams of St. Ann volunteers partner with HFH in the restoration and building of homes for people in need. Volunteers are recruited as needed for specific projects. Contacts: Dave and Bernie Reeves at 808-348-7370 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Every fourth Sunday of the month, St. Ann parishioners serve the evening meals at the IHS men’s and women’s shelters in Iwilei. Contact: Pam Lotko at email@example.com or
Various organizations, separate from the Church and not ministries help to provide needed partnerships to help with our Parish's promotion of Stewardship and Charity.
YLI is an organization of Catholic women dedicated to the Christian principles of charity and love. Their purpose is to help others in their organization, their church and community. Monthly meetings are held each second and fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. in our Parish Center. Contact: Rosalie Smith at
The Knights of Columbus was established as a fraternal benefit society in 1882. The local chapter of the Knights was formed to render support and assistance to their pastor, parish and community at large. Monthly meetings are held each first and third Thursday at 7 p.m. in our Parish Center.
Contact: Brandon Takahashi at 808-220-9565 or firstname.lastname@example.org.