Sunday, October 2, 2022

Worldwide Communion Sunday

Neighbors in Need Mission Sunday

Interim Minister, Reverend Larry Walter

Is Daily Bread Still Possible?


In the midst of their wilderness journey the Hebrews were given daily bread. Is there such a bread for our journey through the wilderness of abundance? 

Rev. Larry Walter



WHO?  Hilo Coast UCC members, friends & extended ʻOhana'

WHAT?  An advent book for Christmas (a collection of stories about gifts  you’ve received or given) 

WHERE?  Begin in your heart (to search for a story) 

WHEN?  Stories will be collected in October for distribution on November 27th

HOW? Submit your story to Joyce Unoki (joyceunoki@gmail.com) or ask her  to write it for you (808.987.2871) 

WHY?  Because Jesus is the reason for the season. Let’s celebrate God’s  greatest gift to us!


The United Church of Christ was the first Christian denomination to declare itself a "Just  Peace Church" in 1985. Over the past 35+ years, the concept of Just Peace has been  affirmed by ecumenical partners around the world. As our world suffers from conflicts  around the world, now is the time to seek alternatives to militarism and turn our focus to  building peace from the ground up. In 2022, Just Peace Sunday is Sept. 18, which the  United Nations recognizes as the “International Day of Prayer for Peace”.


Our next work day is October 4, 2022. Bring your own snacks and drink. Take breaks on your own and we will leave as soon as everything is done and equipment cleaned and put away. Please see Calvin Motoda if you would like  to volunteer your time and help to maintain our beautiful church grounds.


Thrift Store REOPENS on September 28

The thrift store is closed and will reopen on Wednesday, September 28, from 10 am to 2 pm. It will also be open on the first Saturday of the  month, October 1, from 10 am to 2 pm.

Department of Health Crisis Line

The State Department of Health has expanded the former suicide prevention and counseling line into a 24-hour Crisis Line dedicated to helping and supporting individuals who are facing personal crises. Big Island residents may call toll free at 1-800-753-6879.

East Hawaii Domestic Abuse Help Line