The Latin religion means to re-link; to reconnect.
To help reconnect, re-link, and restore people to relationship with one another and to the Divine is at the heart of religion’s intended purpose.
Our stories, rituals, ceremonies and traditions grow out of our experiences and histories. Sharing them is the intention of our educational offerings for adults.
You are invited to join us as we journey together in faith and knowledge.
Come, enjoy our new format: shorter programs, monthly themes, more visuals!
All of our Learning Tree sessions begin promptly at 10:15 AM in the Women’s Building next to the Aloha Lanai.
Please feel free to bring your refreshments inside with you and come ready to learn, interact and ask great questions!
We end by 10:50 AM. Our speakers are always available to engage with their audience! For more information, please contact members of our
Ken Harding, chair
Phone or text – 225-4045 or
Did you know Child Care is available every Sunday during Learning Tree? Small children will have both supervision and guided activities.
Upper elementary will find a good space for books or games, electronic or not!
Questions about Child Care?
Call the church or talk to Cayanna Herrera for details:
Office – 440-3006 or