Nominations are being accepted for the Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Peacemaker Award Sponsored by the Church of the Crossroads This award is given annually to honor and recognize a deserving person or organization from Hawaii’s community. We invite nominations from the public. The criteria for nomination and consideration are simple: The person should be a Hawaii resident whose life and work exemplifies a lifelong concern and commitment to the ideals of peace and social justice for all, ideals for which Dr. Martin Luther King,
It is the mission of the Mits Aoki Legacy Foundation to teach and promote a holistic approach in the areas of health, healing, and death and dying, to individuals, groups, organizations and institutions. December 1, 2019 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM Church of the Crossroads 1212 University Ave, Honolulu, HI 96826 11:30-12:00 Registration 12:00-12:15 Welcome & Foundation Update 12:16-12:25 2019 Mits Aoki Legacy Found. Community Service Award 12:26-1:30 Buffet Luncheon 1:31-2:30 Aunty Lynette Kahekili Kaopuiki
Abolition works toward a world that supports abundance, reconciliation, healing, and well being—transforming the conditions that rely on punishment. Thursday, November 7, 2019 5:30 to 8:00 pm Program starts at 6pm sharp $5 donation for dinner, no one will be turned away Please RSVP @ http://abolitionandabundance.rsvpify.com Cosponsors: Church of the Crossroads, Hawai‘i Peace and Justice, and UH Mānoa Department of Ethnic Studies.
Sabeel-Hawaii and UH-Stundents and faculty for Justice in Palestine (UH-SFJP) present: Decolonial November presents: featuring J. Kehaulani Kauanui Noverber 1, 2019 7:00 - 8:30 Pm Weaver Hall Free and open to the public. Light refreshments. Free parking in back lot off Bingham St
Sabeel-Hawaii and UH-Stundents and faculty for Justice in Palestine (UH-SFJP) present: Decolonial November Featuring: Yousef M. Ajamal and Rana Barakat Noverber 1, 2019 7:00 - 8:30 Pm Weaver Hall Between 1947 and 1949, Zionist armies and paramilitary forces violently forced nearly three-quarters of the Palestinian population from their homes and their homeland. The mass expulsion of Palestinians from Palestine starting in 1948 is commonly referred to as the Nakba. As they tell family stories, Aljamal and Barakat explore how this Nakba continues, as does
Please join us on Saturday Nov. 2 for a Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. Sat. Nov. 2 10am- 2pm Church of the Crossroads All are welcome to attend this interactive, fun family event. We will have several art projects, including making an ofrenda and decorating skull cookies. There will be examples of ofrendas, good Mexican food and great music. Everyone is invited to participate in this Mexican festival which honors the dead. Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is
Huge Rummage Sale (furniture, housewares, books, clothing, electronics, jewelry, and more) About this Event Silent Auction (Themed Gift Baskets, Handmade Quilt, Legos, Artwork, Antiques, Services/Experiences, and more) Saturday, October 26th 8am-2pm (silent auction closes at noon) Church of the Crossroads 1212 University Avenue • Bounce House for children • Face Painting • Local musicians & entertainment • Food Trucks ("Eat the Church") • Crafts • Potted Plants • Baked Goods • Fried noodles, BBQ Chicken, Sushi • Chutneys, Jams & Jellies • Ceramics & Pottery • And more! Your support benefits Crossroads' partners and missions: Green