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Trinity by-the-Sea to hold morning prayer
The public is invited to join morning prayer and healing at the Trinity Episcopal Church by-the-Sea beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Kilolani Hall, located at 100 Kulanihakoi St. in Kihei.
Prayer is set every Wednesday morning, and the church hopes that it will continue to be a permanent fixture.
Eucharist also will be held once a month beginning Wednesday as determined by the priest. It will follow the morning prayer celebration.
Makawao Union has new pastor
Makawao Union Church welcomes the Rev. Robin R. Lunn as the new settled pastor, and her first Sunday worship service will be Sept 15.
The service begins at 10:30 a.m.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Makawao Union Church at this time when their mission in the community is expanding and they are excited to discover what God is calling us to do here on Maui for such a time as this,” Lunn said.
Lunn is an avid dancer and a New England native. She received her Master of Divinity degree from Andover Newton Theological School and was ordained by the American Baptist Churches USA.
She also served both American Baptist and United Church of Christ congregations in New Hampshire and Vermont as well as being the assistant director of Camp Wightman in Stonington, Conn.
For more information, call 579-9261 or go to www.makawaounionchurch.org.
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