Thank you for responding so heartily to last week's call from Jonathan and Vina by giving your extra craft goods, books, coloring pages, beads, stickers, puzzles, games, paper, and much more! There is going to be a group of happy 2nd graders as well as families at IHS glad to have something fun to do in quarantine, thanks to you!
Vina is now getting the care packets ready to send out to her friend's class of 2nd graders, and Jonathan Wong is going to drop off the care supplies at IHS next week. For any other questions or if you have more donations to bring, please feel free to contact them.
-Some of the many items donated-
Friday Check-in, April 24th:
1. As this month comes to a close, instead of enjoying our usual pupu potluck after service, you're invited to grab a snack at home and jump into a zoom room for a short time of virtual fellowship before small groups meet. The zoom link is below. (Once you click on it after service, you'll need to click at least twice more, once to allow zoom to run on your phone or computer, and once to enable your device sound.) The password is below as well.
Zoom link for after-church Sunday fellowship:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85028999271?pwd=am9xYjk4c0o1WWtYVEdjcWpac3lIdz09 Password: 924207
Please don't give out this link or password to anyone you don't know so we don't get harassed by any online trolls. It'll be great to see your faces- and if you need a haircut like me, no problem, just put on a hat. :)
2. If you're feeling extra stressed these days living in quarantine with your roommate/spouse/kids/parents/pets, you're not alone! Pete Scazzero has several different Emotionally Healthy Spirituality podcasts going during this pandemic. One is linked below in case you want to check it out as a resource.
3. Our Merry Mask Makers still have some masks available for those of you who have not yet requested one for yourself or two for your family-- if you need one, please contact Debbi Hazama at (808) 782-2445.
4. Wellspring partnered with Alohamask early in the pandemic, providing them with a number of masks. Right now they need volunteers to pick-up and/or/ drop-off masks. If you are interested in helping this way, you can contact them here: https://alohamask.org