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Free-form focus on faith

  • BRUCE ASATO / basato@staradvertiser.com

    Practitioners of Mishkhah, which means "anointing" in Hebrew, demonstrated their alternative style of worship Oct. 26 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew. Founded by Kate Eaton, left, Mishkhah services are less structured than traditional worship and include music that reflects their contemplative style. The musicians at the cathedral included Lia Davis, back, on piano, Eric Moon on slide guitar and Chad Johnson on percussion.

  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Mishkhah brought its beauty and tradition to the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Honolulu for an evening worship service. Founded by Kate Eaton, Mishkhah sought to advance its mission to reveal the mystery of Christ with its multi-sensory presentation through careful integration of music, images, textures, light, movement and prayer. The Mishkhah featured several "via sacra," sacred way in latin, which were stations in different places around the cathedral where the congregation could visit, pray, reflect, discover - many of the stations featured meaningful religious images.
  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Mishkhah brought its beauty and tradition to the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Honolulu for an evening worship service. Founded by Kate Eaton, Mishkhah sought to advance its mission to reveal the mystery of Christ with its multi-sensory presentation through careful integration of music, images, textures, light, movement and prayer. A candle lighting station was available for those who wanted to light a candle for someone in need, one who passed away or for one's own need.
  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Mishkhah brought its beauty and tradition to the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Honolulu for an evening worship service. Founded by Kate Eaton, Mishkhah sought to advance its mission to reveal the mystery of Christ with its multi-sensory presentation through careful integration of music, images, textures, light, movement and prayer. The Mishkhah featured several "via sacra," sacred way in latin, which were stations in different places around the cathedral where the congregation could visit, pray, reflect, discover - Rebecca Ryan and Tina Nader Brownridge visit one such station that had Hawaiian words and their meaning.
  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Tina Nader Brownridge, wife of the Rev. Walter Brownridge, dean of the Cathedral of St. Andrew, visited a candle-lighting station during the Mishkhah service.

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