Kihei Lutheran Church offers two worship services on Sundays. 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM. Christian Education begins at 9:15 AM.
This year’s Lenten theme, “Restored in Christ”, is intended to help us face the brokenness of our lives and our world, and then turn that brokenness over to Christ so that we can be restored by him through the cross. This week’s supper and service will be hosted by Trinity Episcopal Church by the Sea, 100 Kulanihakoi Street in Kihei. The Soup & Salad Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. KLC is asked to bring salads for the meal. The worship service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Speak with Pastor Dave if you would like more information.
With the expansion of the KLC facilities, there is a need for 75 additional pew chairs, costing $100/chair. If you would be willing to help purchase those chairs, please make out a check to Kihei Lutheran Church in the amount of $100/chair, and mark “Pew Chairs” in the memo line. Then place that check in the offering bowl on Sunday, or mail it to the church. Mahalo nui for your kokua with this important part of the facilities expansion.
Kerygma: the Bible in Depth. A thematic approach to learning the Old and New Testaments —Adult Bible Study will resume at 9:15 in the secretary's office. We will be studying how God is Faithful to His People through the Old Testament Promises and Covenants
Saturday, March 29, we will be working on the hillside, and on Saturday, April 19, we will have our Easter clean up. Please bring your rakes, gloves, and shovels. Things will get started at 8:00 a.m. on both days. If you have any questions, please call Sue M. 264-2414
We would like to invite you to participate in the ELCA’s Global Barnyard Project during Lent. The plan is to save coins or paper money in a Barn Bank, which can be picked up on the lanai. We will collect the banks on Sunday, April 27, with the money being used to purchase animals from the ELCA’s Global Barn Yard. The Sunday school keiki and youth will decide what animals to purchase. Please join our children in providing the life necessities that people in other places may not have without your continued generosity.
This summer we have the opportunity to spend a week serving at Homes of Hope, a ministry helping teenage girls and young women coming out of forced prostitution/sex trafficking, in Fiji. If you are in a young adult 17-30ish interested in more information, please contact Dawn this week at 808.250.3557.
Single, married, kids, no-kids... maybe you're a stay-at-home mom, work part-time or are a working woman without the typical M-F workday schedule. This is the group for you! If you have two hours each week (or every other week) to get together with other women for coffee & conversation, contact Dawn Fleishman at 808.250.3557 or firstname.lastname@example.org.