We are truly rich in diversity. Our congregation reflects the islands – a melting pot of many cultures, many traditions. The majority of us live on the leeward and central areas of the island, though our jobs and schools take us to all parts of O’ahu, and we encompass a broad range of people. Although English is our common tongue, culturally we are a multi-ethnic community who joins hands regularly to become one body in Christ.
St. Tim’s is a place for everyone, those in need, who are outcast, who are sick, who are lost, who are searching, who are healthy, who want to give back, who want to worship, thank, and celebrate our Lord!
We invite you to come, take a look, worship with us, ask questions and hopefully stay for a cup of coffee and/or Christian education.
Mahalo nui loa (thank you very much) and May God Bless You!
The Reverend Paul Klitzke
The Reverend Paul Klitzke from the Episcopal Church of West O'ahu, has accepted a call to be the Rector of Ascension Episcopal Church, Dallas, Texas. He plans to take up this new ministry in early May. Sarah Klitzke will continue as Diocesan Youth Minister until after Summer Camp.