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Churches asked to help with APEC service projects

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:38 p.m. HST, Oct 20, 2011



The Hawaii Pastors Roundtable is seeking assistance from churches with preparations for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation conference next month, and with collecting donations for nonprofit agencies.

The group is planning its first Kahiau Project on Oct. 22, National Make A Difference Day, to help with service projects in time for APEC. The second event will be on Nov. 19 to collect donations for Hawaii Foodbank, the Family Treatment Services Center of the Salvation Army and E-Waste.

Contact Allen Cardines at 221-4022 or allen@hawaiifamilyforum.org for more information and to sign up. People may also visit hawaiipastorsroundtable.com.





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nitestalker3 wrote:
what a waste of an article. it tells us nothing at all. what is it that the state is asking the churches to do thru the roundtable. funny that people are so up in arms about separation of church and state (mostly because they don't understand what the separation means) as well as taxing church property, but when the projects come around or it's to take care of the homeless, who does the state turn to. if there's all this angst against the churches, the state should look to completing its own projects by itself.
on October 8,2011 | 06:09PM
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