St. Augustine Church is a parish of the Roman Catholic Church of Hawaii. With its establishment dating back to 1827, the church operates under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Honolulu, overseen by the bishop. The dedicated clergy of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary serve the church and its community. They diligently provide religious education programs for children and youth up to high school. Additionally, St. Augustine Church fosters a scripture-sharing community that convenes on the third Monday of every month for prayer, reflection, and communal engagement. Recognizing the local community's needs, the church offers a warm meal between 11 am and noon on weekdays. The faith formation curriculum at St. Augustine Church strives to nurture the growth of faith and spirituality, drawing from centuries of wisdom and tradition. Furthermore, the church's versatile venue hosts shows, exhibits, and educational opportunities. The dedicated parishioners of St. Augustine actively contribute to supporting families by providing meals and assisting with cleaning and household supplies.
Mon, Wed & Fri: 7am