Bicentennial Goals and Objectives
An Opportunity for Reflection and Rejuvenation
Goal 1. Bring national attention to the uniqueness of the relationship that occurred in the mid-nineteenth century between the missionaries and Hawaiian ali‘i to cooperate on introducing literacy, Christianity, constitutional government, polyphonic music, and Western medicine, and the living legacy of that cooperation.
Goal 2. Build better understandings about how cooperative relationships were created that achieved these outcomes and how new cooperative relationships are needed today to address today’s challenges.
Goal 3. Build a resource base for the future that sustains and enhances this organization’s mission and vision.
Read the full statement of Goals and Objectives: HERE
Dates of interest - 200 years ago and today ...
Celebrating the Hawaiian Mission Bicentennial - A link to Peter Young's history of HMCS
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Annual Meeting dates for the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society and
the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archvies have been set as follows:
2019: April 6
2020: April 25
These weekends are full of fellowship and history. Plan now to be in Honolulu!