Mililani Presbyterian Church

Mililani Presbyterian Church * 95-410 Kuahelani Ave, Mililani, HI 96789 * (808) 623-6663

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Saturday Morning Prayer Service

(Note: There will be no Saturday
Morning Prayer June 1 - July 31.)

ServiceBrothers and sisters in Christ, we invite you to come to the Saturday Morning Prayer Service at 7 A.M., if you want to have a quiet time with God!  Approximately 20 people have been gathering since July.  You will experience the happiness of starting a day with God.

The program is about 15 minutes. It is done in English and Korean. After the service, you will pray on your own while music plays.  Coffee/refreshment time is very enjoyable too. 

Stephen Ministers Are Available

Stephen Ministers are available to help people get through tough times anytime of year. Please call Diana Toillion 625-1875 or Karen Cabral 623-1596 if you are in need of care.




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Mililani Presby Church HOW TO FIND US

95-410 Kuahelani Ave, Mililani, HI 96789
(808) 623-6663

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Sunday Mornings at our Church

Mililani Presby Church SUNDAY MORNINGS
9:00 - 10:00 AM (English)
10:30 - 11:30 (Korean)

Sunday School

10:30 AM - for all ages

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Regular Happenings


Important Dates


Adult Dinner Out
Saturday, October 3 - 5:00

Parenting is
Rocket Science

October 16 - 17

October Special
Adult Sunday School

October 13 - November 30

Alpha Class
Every Wednesday - 6:30 to 9 p.m. September 2 - November 11
Contact Elder John Toillion


Sunday - October 25

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Adult Dinner Out

Buca di Beppo
Ward Theaters Location
Saturday, Oct. 3 - 5:00

Childcare will be available at the church for a nominal fee of $5 per child/$10 max per family, to be paid when you drop off children. Children may be dropped off as early as 4:00 p.m.. Checks should be made payable to MPC.

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Parenting is Rocket Science
October 16 - 17, 2015

ParentingConfNewsFeed4Featuring Homeword founder,
Dr. Jim Burns, t
his parenting conference will be held in The First Presbyterian Church / Ko`olau Ballrooms.

Session 1:
Healthy Sexuality
October 16, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m

Session 2:
Parenting to Infinity and Beyond
October 17, 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon

See more details and register at

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MPC's Christmas Dinner
December 6 @ 5:30 p.m
Leilehua Golf Course

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Alpha Course

The Alpha Course meets every Wednesday evening from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. starting September 2 - November 11. Carpooling from MPC at 5:30 p.m.
Everyone's invited to come check out at least one session. Dinner will be provided, too! Contact Elder John Toillion with any questions.

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Stephen Ministers
Are Here to Help

Stressful times come to all of us sometime during our lives. If you could use a "listening ear", we have Stephen Ministers especially trained to be
"one-on-one" caregivers.

These wonderful people have received over 50 hours of training in such subjects as loss of a loved one, difficult relationships, illness, aging, hospitalization, pregnancy, loss of a job – just to name a few. Skills they learn are in listening, giving distinctively Christian care (which might
involve prayer or scripture), assertiveness training, expressing feelings and when to refer to a professional.

If you could use some care or are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister in the future please call Diana Toillion 625-1875, Karen Cabral 623-1596, or Pastor Ron 623-6663.

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Pastor Ron's New Address

Pastor Ron & Margie Lee
94-1025 Akaku Street Mililani, HI 96789 Yellow District Hm: 260-4583
R cell: 799-9527 - M cell: 799-9537

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Meet Tish Ashcraft

Aloha Everyone -
Let me introduce you to Tish Ashcraft. She is a very hardworking deacon since she has both the pink (North Mililani/Mililani Mauka) and blue districts (South/East Oahu, Aiea, Pearl City, Honolulu and Kaneohe). She was also our brave deacon to be the very first to host the Deacon Fellowship in September with her pink district and thanks to those of you who helped her out.

Here is her interview:

I grew up in San Bernadino, San Diego, California and Sand Springs, Oklahoma. I am the oldest of three children. I have a younger brother and sister. I have been married to Dan for over 40 years and we have two grown sons, both married with two daughters each, making a total of 4 precious granddaughters!

Dan and I lived in Stillwater and Ponca City, Oklahoma and Wichita, Kansas before moving to Hawaii. I have worked as a secretary, in retail, and as a dental assistant in both dentistry and orthodontics, as well as being a chiropractic assistant. I was fortunate enough to be a stay-at-home mom for many years. I enjoy going to live theater, concerts, movies, shopping, and spending time with friends and family.

A special Bible verse to me is said at the close of each church service--
Numbers 6:24-26. May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make his face to shine upon you and give you peace.

Join me in thanking Tish for her servant heart and for all she does.

Diana Toillion, Deacon Moderator

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About Stewardship
Elder John Toillion, MPC Treasurer

In preparation for this year's Stewardship Kick-Off Sunday, October 25, I wanted to share some thoughts about stewardship provided by the George Barna Foundation.

1. What is stewardship?
Simply stated, stewardship is using the gifts God has given us, to do the things God asks
(calls!) us to do.

2. Did you know that The Bible deals with our possessions in:

a. Over 2,100 verses
b. 1/6 of New Testament
c. 2/3 of Jesus' parables

3. In Jesus' parables there are 500 verses about prayer, 500 about faith and 2,000 about things we accumulate. In the four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John), 1 out of 7 verses deal with giving or sharing with the world.

4. Stewardship is discipleship. How much is ours? How much is God's? Actually, all we have and all we are, belongs to God. Everything!

5. The 4 D's of stewardship are: Desire -> Decision -> Discipline -> Delight - Rev. Henry Wildeboer

6. Stewardship of Time: The secret to time management is not learning how to save time or to get more of it; the secret is knowing how to use it.

7. Trusting comes before giving. It teaches a reliance on God that is fundamental to our relationship with Him.

8. Contentment is not the fulfillment of what you want, but the realization of how much you already have.

9. Christian giving is the normal, steady, increasing outflow of the Christian life.

10. Christ's standard for giving is not how much we give, but how much we hold back for ourselves. – T.A. Kantonen

11. Spiritual benefits of a good steward:

a. Deepened trust in God
b. Reordering of personal priorities
c. Experiencing God's abundance in providing for your needs

12. Stewardship is not a destination, it is a process.

13. Stewardship is not how much we give, it is how we live.

14. Stewardship is everything you do after you say "yes" to Jesus Christ. – C. Stoughton

15. God gives where he finds empty hands. – St. Augustine

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New MPC Directories

You may pick up your new updated directory on the church lanai beginning Sunday, October 4th during fellowship.

The directories are labeled and in alpha order so be sure to get the one with your name on it. All Elders, Deacons and Staff have second copies for their desk or binders. You will find these in your MPC pukas.

Please submit any corrections to Kathryn in the office at or
call 623-6663.

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Youth Group Activities

For October, 2015

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Please Make Note

10/11 Youth Group @ 12 noon
✦ Meet up on the lanai after Sunday School for lunch
✦ Bring your Bibles, & tithes for Nelly
✦ As always, friends are welcome!

10/24 MPC Fall Fest @ 5 p.m.
✦ Games and drinks provided.
✦ Bring a pupu to share.
✦ Bring a small pumpkin to paint.
✦ Invite a friend to join the fun!

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Youth Mission

Did you know that our youth collect and recycle plastic bottles, cans and glass bottles to raise money for their mission projects? They support a child from Kenya, Nelly, through the Compassion International Project.

This costs them $38 per month. The recycles you bring help to subsidize this cost and go towards other projects they do through the year.

All you do is bring your items to church. You can leave them in the breezeway behind the men's bathroom and the youth will take care of the rest!

Please remove lids and empty liquids. Any juice/water bottle or plastic up to 64oz. are accepted. Items not accepted: The redemption center doesn't accept these items―wine bottles, anything over 64 oz., milk cartons or food bottles like pickle jars.

The Youth thank you for always supporting their endeavors.


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If you are new to the church in the last year and half, you are invited to come join us the 2nd and 4th Friday evenings for some Bible study, fellowship and light refreshments.

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New Adult Bible Study

Special Sunday School
Adult Class

During the month of October, the Adult class will be hosting
a study of the story of Jonah. Rich Brink will be leading the course which will take an in-depth look at Jonah and what he went through.

We will examine how the life of Jonah parallels ours, such as, do we have the same struggles in our own daily life? Do we have difficulty accepting and following the plan that God lays before us?

Please join us for a very special Sunday school study series which begins on October

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