St. Augustine Church is a Roman Catholic Church of Hawai'i parish in the United States. The church was established in 1827. The church falls under the bishop and jurisdiction of the Diocese of Honolulu. The Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary staffs the church. They deliver a regular religious education for children and youth to high school age. St. Augustine also has a scripture-sharing community that meets for prayer, reflection, and sharing on the third Monday of each month. The church offers a hot meal between 11 am and noon on weekdays. St. Augustine Church's curriculum of faith formation aims to promote the development of faith and spirituality over centuries. The church has a venue for shows, exhibits, and educational opportunities. St. Augustine parishioners help to provide dinners for the families and also assist in cleaning and providing household supplies.
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