Join us for a week of gratitude as we celebrate our church's dedication, the feast of Thanksgiving, and Queen Emma, our patron saint.
St. Mark's was founded in memory of Queen Emma who died on St. Mark's Day. The Feast of the Holy Sovereigns (Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV) is November 28, and the Episcopal Diocese of Hawai‘i always celebrates this feast on the Last Sunday after Pentecost, also known as Christ the King Sunday. November 28 is also the dedication feast of our current church building.
The Feast of Dedication & Stewardship Sunday
Sunday, November 18
On Sunday, November 18, we will celebrate the Feast of Dedication, and on this day the congregation's pledge commitments will be blessed at the morning masses. Brunch will be served after the morning masses, and a reception will be offered after Evensong & Benediction.
Thursday, November 22
Give thanks for the life given to us through Jesus Christ by attending mass at church before the others feasts of the day. Morning Prayer will be read from the High Altar at 8:30 am, and a Sung Mass follows beginning at 9:00 am.
The Feast of the Holy Sovereigns
Sunday, November 25
On Sunday, November 25, we will celebrate the Feast of the Holy Sovereigns, and especially our patron saint, Queen Emma, at all services with joyous music and ceremonial.