Welcome! E komo mai.
Since 1902, St. Elizabeth’s has been a beacon of hope, a center of worship and a family of God seeking to live out the Gospel with each other and among our neighbors in the Palama neighborhood of Honolulu.
From the beginning, our neighbors were Native Hawaiians and Chinese immigrants. Today our congregation includes our inner-city neighbors, long-time members who drive in from the suburbs, and younger families who have deep roots of history at St. Elizabeth’s. Throughout all these years, our church has been one of Honolulu’s anchors for meeting the spiritual, educational and social needs of a multi-cultural and mutli-ethnic congregation and neighborhood. While English is the language of our main worship service at 9:00, at least four other languages will be heard or spoken by our members.
We are A Community of Prayer for All People.
Your presence is invited and most welcome.
Thanks to a generous grant from the diocese St E’s has $5000 to help the houseless and working poor with their laundry needs this year. The laundry is actually washed by our Catholic Workers, dried and folded and returned to those in need. If you ever feel like pitching in, or just dropping off a box of laundry detergent, why, we’d be much appreciative!
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St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church
720 N. King Street • Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone 808-845-2112 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org