Outreach & Service
To get involved in one of these ministries, check our parish calendar or contact the parish office for more information.
Each Thursday from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm St. Clement’s is host to a local farmers’ market on our parking lot. Fresh produce and farm products are for sale and a variety of food vendors are available on site from whom to buy your evening meal. Tables and chairs are available for sit-down dining and for chatting with our neighbors. Volunteers are needed to help with set-up, parking, traffic flow, and clean-up. It’s not a lot of work and the chance to meet and fellowship with those in our neighborhood is a wonderful reward. For more information, or to contact our market managers, please call the parish office at (808) 955-7745.
Food Distribution & Lunch Ministry
Food Distribution: A ministry to provide food to people in our community when their supplies may be running short, this is offered the third Saturday of each month. Canned goods are donated by parishioners, supplemented by purchases from the Food Bank and Costco. We also provide a simple meal, cooked in the parish house, for guests and workers. Help is always needed with bagging and distributing the food on third Saturday mornings starting about 10:30. Food distribution is from 11:30 to 12:30. Please join us!
Food Distribution Lunch: A simply, healthy, hot lunch is prepared for Food Distribution guests and volunteers each month. The meal is prepared that morning, beginning about 9:30, and served prior to distributing the food bags. You are welcome to join us in serving our neighbors. Food is also given out during the week to anyone who needs it.
The Parish of St. Clement’s is an inclusive and caring Christian community, and as such is a partner parish with Integrity USA, a witness of LGBT persons, their friends and families, in the Episcopal Church and to the world. Learn more about Integrity at its national website, here.
The Interfaith Alliance Hawaii
"The Interfaith Alliance Hawai‘i (TIAH) has risen to be a voice for justice in our state. It is an organization of individuals that speak from the perspectives of over 30 faith-based traditions. TIAH is designed to create an environment in which many people and groups of good will can come together to address public concerns." (from the TIAH website, which you can visit here)
For those organizations below who have websites, links to their sites can be found on our here.
Millennium Development Goals
St. Clement's dedicates .07% of its annual operating budget to projects that reflect the United Nations' eight Millennium Development Goals. Learn about the goals and how we are supporting them on our MDG page, here.