All Souls Welcomed. Visitors Expected.

Trinity Episcopal Church By-the-Sea is an open family of faith. We welcome all without exception.

We strive to establish the inclusivity of the Kingdom of God, the Kingdom in our midst.  Our very location gives voice to that open welcome because we are a unique open air sanctuary, with no doors to exclude; where the love of Jesus Christ and the Hawaiian spirit of aloha are shared under shady palms and among delightful Hawaiian gardens. The aloha spirit of Trinity By-the-Sea is personified in the devout and dedicated members who exercise multiple ministries of service within the church and loving outreach to the local community.


Recent News

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    Give Aloha September 1-30

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    Shop at your local Foodland or Sack N Save during the month of September.  Using your maika’I card, and the Trinity number, 78730, ask to include a donation to Trinity by the Sea.   At the conclusion of September, Foodland and Western Union Foundation will match a portion of the donations. ...

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    Rest in Peace Bishop Edmond L. Browning

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    TO: The Diocese of Hawaiʻi I have been informed of the death of the Most Reverend Edmond L. Browning, 24th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church and 2nd Bishop of the Diocese of Hawaiʻi. Please remember Bishop Browning in your prayers. Lord Jesus Christ, we commend to you our brother...

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    Whale Watch Fundraiser

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    Don’t miss this great opportunity to get out on the water to play with the whales, and to support the David Malo Fund for maintenance and upgrade of our Historical Church grounds. Trinity has organized a two-hour whale watching tour where we’ll get up close and personal with these gentle giants of...

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    New Vicar Starts July 3rd

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    Trinity by the Sea joyfully announces the selection and arrival of its new Vicar! The Rev. Bruce DeGooyer’s first official service as Vicar occurs this week when he will be the celebrant and preacher at the monthly Hawaiian Sunday Eucharist at 9AM. The church is located at 100 Kulanihakoi Street...

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