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St. Joseph Church is excited to announce that our new online portal is up and can be view by accessing the parish website.

For those of you who have used the WeShare portal, please go to our VANCO site and set up a new user account with them. And for those of you who have considered online giving yet never’s the time!

Thank you for your support of our parish!


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From the Office for Social Ministry

As we celebrate the feast of St. Damien this week, we also remember his legacy of supporting the most vulnerable through healthcare and housing. Even as society attempts to return to some sense of normalcy, many are still struggling with economic impacts of COVID-19. If you or someone you know is having trouble paying rent, utility bills or both due to the pandemic, please inform them that relief is still available! Hawaii has received a total of $200 million in Emergency Rental Assistance funds through the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. This program is being administered by each County and can be accessed accordingly:


East Hawaii Knights of Columbus

“The East Hawaii Knights of Columbus will have their monthly meeting at Malia Puka O Kalani Church, 326 Desha Avenue in Keaukaha, Tuesday, March 8, beginning at 6:00pm. All interested men are invited to attend. The East Hawaii Knights of Columbus is a fellowship of men, who with their families and friends, are from various parishes from Honokaa to Kau. In addition to service projects, mostly targeted to the members’ respective parishes, there is prayer and fellowship. If you are not a knight, please check us out on March 8.”

Come join us every Tuesday praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Rosary, Consecration and Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help.

Rejoice Always, Pray without ceasing, Give Thanks in all circumstances. For this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.

Home Internet Security training for parishioners and families



In addition to the Cybersecurity Awareness Training we're doing for all Diocesan email users, below is a link and password that you can share with your parishioners and families for Home Internet Security training, as internet safety is vital in church and personal endeavors. There is no charge and no limit on how many people can take this training.

To get started, click on this link,, enter the password: homecourse and click "Submit."



If any parishioner or visitor witnesses suspicious activities or feels threatended by individuals while on the Church property, please call the police immedidately, not the parish rectory office.