Local Religion/In Brief

Greg Laurie to speak at Harvest Kumulani

The Rev. Greg Laurie will be speaking at Harvest Kumulani Chapel on Sunday. Service times are 8 and 10 a.m. in Hale Hokulani (The Barn) on Office Road in Kapalua.

All are welcome to attend and Sunday School is provided at the 10 a.m. service for children 9 months old through 5th grade.

Laurie is the founder and senior pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, Calif., one of the largest churches in the United States. He also is the founder and evangelist for Harvest Crusades and Harvest America, evangelistic outreach events that have drawn some 5.6 million people to stadiums and arenas around the world since 1990.

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Fifth Sunday Mass in Kaupo

There will be a fifth Sunday of the month Mass celebration at St. Joseph Mission Church in Kaupo at noon April 29.

The remote church is located between Mile Markers 33 and 34 on Piilani Highway — the road to Kaupo.

There will be a potluck meal and fellowship after Mass.

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Methodist women offer salad buffet

Ala Lani United Methodist Women will have their annual all-you-can-eat Salad Buffet at noon Saturday in Founders Hall at the church, located at 50 S. Papa Ave. in Kahului.

The cost is $10 per person. Salads will also be available to go.

The event will include a display of kimono and quilts. Proceeds from the buffet will support the United Methodist Women mission globally.

All are welcome to this event. For more information, call Joyce Afalla at 281-5882.

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