Salvation Army opens day camp
The Salvation Army will open a monthlong summer day camp June 25 at its Leeward Corps site at 96-612 Moanalua Loop, Pearl City.
The vacation Bible program for children from kindergarten though sixth grade will provide sports, music, crafts, meals and field trips in a context of Christian teaching. Youngsters from 8 to 12 years old will spend a week at Camp Homelani on the North Shore.
Friday is the deadline for registration. The cost is $450 for the regular day program, which runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays through July 29. An additional $150 may be paid for extended hours from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call 487-1636.
The "Fun in the Son 2007" camp is a precursor of programs to come when the planned Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center is completed in 2010, said Bram Begonia, assistant project director.
Methodists hold school in August
United Methodist Church members from California and Hawaii will gather here in August for the annual School of Christian Mission, hosted by the United Methodist Women.
Social issues arising from the global economy and geographic orientation about Israel and the Palestinian territories are topics to be explored by a panel of mainland and local speakers. Spiritual growth studies will also be presented.
About 40 people from California are expected to attend the August sessions. The school is offered at different cities in the California-Pacific Conference each year.
The sessions will be Aug. 9-11 and Aug. 13-15 at St. Stephen's Diocesan Center, 6301 Pali Highway. The $215 charge includes six meals and two nights residence.
Friday is the deadline for registration. Call Katherine Aratani, 235-1224 or write to email@example.com.
Catholic march revives tradition
Catholics will march in a downtown procession tomorrow, reviving the traditional celebration of the Corpus Christi liturgical holiday.
Marchers will leave the Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa, 712 N. School St., at 11:30 a.m. and end the mile-long walk at Our Lady of Peace Cathedral on Fort Street Mall. The procession will follow School Street to Nuuanu Avenue, on Nuuanu to Beretania Street then on Beretania to Fort Street Mall.
Catholic Bishop Larry Silva will carry the Holy Eucharist in a monstrance, an ornate receptacle that displays the consecrated bread that is honored as the "body of Christ" on this liturgical holiday.
The tradition of a Corpus Christi procession has been observed for centuries in European and South American countries. Processions were held in Honolulu until the late 1980s.