Makawao Union Church will celebrate Jesus’ resurrection with Easter worship and activities on Sunday, April 16.
Easter morning begins with the congregation’s traditional breakfast of hot cross buns and fresh fruit at 9:45 am. Following breakfast, worship begins at the usual 10:30 am time, where we’ll sing the great hymns and celebrate the good news of the day. After worship, our young children will enjoy the annual egg hunt.
Professional, licensed child care will be available starting at 9:45 am for children up to four years of age. Older children are welcome to attend the beginning of worship before moving to Sunday School for the rest of the service.
All are welcome to be part of the festivities on Easter day, April 16.
The road to the joy of Easter runs through Holy Thursday. Join us, April 13 at 6 pm as we recall the Last Supper and Jesus’ new commandment. Everyone is welcome!
Makawao Union Church will mark the start of Holy Week with a special Palm Sunday service, April 9 at 10:30 am. The congregation will celebrate Jesusʻ arrival at Jerusalem with palms, a procession by our children, and by singing the beloved hymns of the day, accompanied by our newly-refurbished pipe organ, the largest on Maui. All are welcome to be part of the day.
That afternoon, from 3-5 pm, the children gather for a time of egg dying, crafts, and games in the Community Hall. All children are invited to join in the fun on Sunday April 9.
Makawao Union Church announces its 3rd annual Spring Fair featuring local arts and crafts, rummage sale, farmer’s market and a variety of food and drinks to purchase. The date of the Spring Fair is Saturday, March 25 from 8 am to 2 pm.
Crafters, artists and food purveyors are invited to participate at a cost of $50 per 10’x10’ space. Booth locations on the grassy areas in front of the hall will be assigned on a first come-first served basis when completed registration forms are submitted with full payment. Vendors may sell anything they choose – artwork, handicrafts, collectibles, rummage – except tobacco, alcohol and food not prepared in a commercial kitchen.
All proceeds from the fair will go to the preservation and maintenance of the 102-year-old Community Hall, originally known as the Paia Community House. The hall is wheelchair accessible.
Vendors may call the church office at 579-9261, or email email@example.com for more information and to receive a registration form
Come enjoy the carols of the day– and hear the stories behind them–at our Christmas day service at our usual 10:30 am time. Of course, all are welcome.
Makawao Union Church welcomes Rabbi Jeffery P. Feinstein as guest speaker at worship this Sunday, September 18 at 10:30 am. He will speak on “Being a Chosen People.”
Rabbi Feinstein hails from Stockton, California. His education at the University of the Pacific there was interrupted by a tour of duty in the Chaplain Corps in Vietnam where he was awarded two bronze stars. After graduating with a BA in Communications (minor in Psychology) and MA in Communications from the University of the Pacific, and after a long career in the corporate world, he retired and chose to attend the Rabbinical Seminary International in New York City to fulfill his life-long dream of becoming a rabbi. He serves as the founding rabbi of Kehillat HaShem, a small congregation in Marietta, Georgia. All are welcome to come hear Rabbi Feinstein.
Makawao Union Church will hold its annual Blessing of the Backpacks this Sunday, July 31 during the 10:30 am worship. The Blessing of the Backpacks marks the beginning of the new school year and reminds our children and youth that they continue their journey in education with God’s care and our support. Be sure to bring your backpack or book bag! We will also recognize our teachers, honoring their ministry in educating our young people. All are welcome to attend.
Makawao Union Church will hold a special worship service at 10:30 am this Sunday, June 26, 2016 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the closing and demolition of the church building that previously stood on the site. This event marks the start of a year-long 100th anniversary celebration of its current church, built in memory of Henry Perrine Baldwin.
The final worship service in the white frame church building was held Sunday, June 25, 1916. Demolition of that structure began the next day preparing the way for the laying of the cornerstone of the new church that August and its dedication September 2 and 9, 1917. Everyone is welcome to attend this special —and unique—worship service.
April 16, 2016 – the MUC’n’Stuff Spring Fair returns with a huge Rummage Sale, Arts & Crafts, Bake Sale, Food Booths, Entertainment and Door Prizes. 9 am – 4 pm. Bring the family and join us on the grounds of the church for a day of fun shopping, ono food, music and even some door prizes. Free parking and free entry. Phone the church office (579-9261) for more information.
MUC n Stuff flyer-2016