Chocolate Extravaganza

Emmanuel Episcopal Church has been welcoming the community for the past 17 years to indulge in chocolate for a good cause! This pandemic is not stopping Emmanuel’s annual Chocolate Extravaganza event. It will be the same, and obviously, it will be different.

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Emmanuel Needs Your Help During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Emmanuel needs your financial help at this time more than ever. In addition to mailing pledge and donation checks to 780 Keolu Drive, we are able to accept credit card donations and gifts sent automatically from a bank account. Please reach out to Jane Tonokawa (808) 223-1376 if you have any questions. Please visit these links to get started:

Online Giving to Emmanuel Church Here

Automatic Deduction Form Here

Many of us are increasing our online ordering at this time. When ordering from Amazon, please consider starting your shopping using Emmanuel's Amazon Smile link. At no extra cost to you, Amazon will give a percentage of your purchase (on certain items) to Emmanuel. It is an easy way to support Emmanuel at this time! Mahalo for your continued support!


Video Reflections


Aloha & Welcome!

We are celebrating 60 years in Kailua!


You are invited to a place where The Divine is encountered, Love shared, and Justice embodied. Emmanuel Episcopal Church is a small but dynamic faith community which is diverse in membership, traditional in worship, and progressive in theology. The hope, joy, and challenge of Jesus Christ, who we get to know in word and sacrament, in prayer and fellowship, is at the heart of what we do and what we offer. 



The Emmanuel 'Ohana warmly welcomes EVERYONE! Join us on Sundays at 10:00 am when we resume worship services on Sunday, October 11, 2020. Please wear a facemask and observe social distancing.