Public worship services suspended in the Diocese of Hawaii until April 30th. See the diocese's coronavirus response page for more information. Also, see Bishop Fitzpatrick's latest video message from April 6th, 2020. Join us for online worship services in the meantime.
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church - Maui
We relish the depth and symbolism of historic worship, with vestments, bells, incense and contemplation, and the dignity of the Book of Common Prayer. At some of our services, we sing heartily with our praise band and choir; at others, we are quieter. In any case, we know we are in the presence of God.
With preaching and study that touches the heart while respecting the mind, it is a place where we can explore faith with depth and integrity, asking questions without shame or judgment.
We are a church that reflects all of the ethnic diversity of Hawaii, and welcome all whether you are native Hawaiian or arrived last week.
We are deeply committed to serve the poor of our neighborhood:
Ka Ohana Kitchen serves a free meal to anyone every Sunday at 12:30 at in the parish hall.
A Cup of Cold Water, a van ministry to the unhoused on Maui,
is a ministry founded by the four Episcopal congregations here, and now shared by a number of other faith groups on the island. Good Shepherd provides space for the supply room and parking for the van.
Queen Emma Athletic Club teaches weightlifting to neighborhood youth, requiring discipline and encouraging confidence
Saturday 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 7:00 am
coffee and snacks following the service
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist and Sunday School
Fellowship coffee/lunch in the parish hall following