Honolulu Friends Meeting offers an active First Day School (also known to non-Friends as "Sunday School") held from 10-10:50 at which time the children join those participating in the Meeting for Worship.  First Day School is taught by volunteer attenders or members of Honolulu Friends Meeting.  Two adults are present in the room during the lesson.  Children of all ages from toddlers to teens are welcome and teachers adapt their lesson to the ages of the children attending.  If you would like to become involved, please talk to a teacher or a member of the First-day School Committee.

Our First-day School program is planned around four themes:
  • Quaker Practice and History (Fall),
  • The Bible and God (Winter),
  • Quaker Testimonies/Social Justice (Spring), and
  • Stewardship of our Resources/Earthcare (Summer).
Activities and lessons are diverse, interactive, and instructive.  They include worship, discussion, service projects, games, music, arts and crafts, storytelling, and role playing.

In addition to First-day school, child care is provided on the second Sunday of each month from 11:45-12:45 for those parents wishing to participate in Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business.

Friends have been known as the Children of the Light and welcome all young people, whether they have been raised as Quakers or not.  Children of all faith traditions are welcome.
 



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