camp kaenae camp out:
Back by popular demand!
Welcome to our 3rd annual parish youth campout! The beautiful Kaenae peninsula is a place where folks practice the traditional culture and raise taro as the kanaka maule have for centuries.
We will be camping on the land of former parishioner's the Aquino's. They grow taro, fruit and traditional medicinal plants. We will camp overnight, experience the mana of this ancient site, worship in the Lanakila church from 1859 which alone survived the tsunami of 1949.
We will go swimming in the waterfall fed Ching's pond... and lots of fun, good food, chillin' and spiritual renewal.
Our chaplain will be ..................... who will be leading us in morning and evening prayer and our speaker.
When we Go
We will live at 7:00 am sharp from Good Shepherd on the 18th to get on the road to Hana ahead of the tourists. We return at 5:00 pm on Sunday.
What to bring
• Camping: bring a light tent for you and ohana, a sleeping bag, pillow, air mattress, flashlight, towel, toiletries, swimming gear (nb: not in ocean)
• we will need drivers. Please. contact Cora in the office if you would like to drive, if you will be staying overnight or just dropping off and picking up.
• We will be providing food. We need you to register so we know how much to prepare. You are welcome to make a
$ donation for food, or to donate something to share. Bring something to bbq for yourself and sharing.
Who can come...
Children under 9 should have an adult accompany them. Ohana are welcome. "youth" includes high school and young adults. If in doubt, come!