H A W A I I A N C H U R C H C H R O N I C L E April, 1936
M issio n a r y D istr ict or H o n o l u l u
T h e R t . R ev . S. H ar r in g t o n L it t e l l ,
S .T .D ., B ishop’s H ouse, Q u e e n
Em m a Square, Honolulu. 1930
The Rev. Canon Douglas Wallace, Retired;
Kealakekua, Hawaii. 1905
The Rev. Canon F. N. Cullen, Retired;
Queen Emma Square, Honolulu. 1911
The Very Rev. Wm. Ault, St. Andrew’s
Cathedral, Honolulu. 1897
The Rev. Philip Taiji Fukao, H oly Trinity,
The Rev. Frank N. Cockcroft, Church of
the H oly Innocents, Lahaina, Maui. 1915
The Rev. Canon James F. Kieb, D.D., St.
Elizabeth’s, Honolulu. 1918
The Rev. J. Lamb Doty, Missionary at
Large, Honolulu. 1918
The Ven. Archdeacon James Walker, St.
Augustine’s, Kohala, Hawaii. 1919
The Ven. Archdeacon Henry A. W illey, All
Saints, Kapaa, Kauai. 1924
The Rev. Thurston R. Hinckley, Non-
Parochial, Kapaa, Kauai. 1924
The Rev. J. L. Martin, Waimea, Kauai. 1925
The Rev. Y. Sang Mark, St. Peter’s, Hono
The Rev. Noah K. Clio,
St. Luke’s, Hono-
.T he Rev. H. H.
Church of the
Corey, M.A., L.S.T.,
Holy Apostles, Hilo,
The Rev. B. S. Ikezawa, Good Samaritan,
' Honolulu. 1931
The Rev. Edward Tanner
St. Clement’s, Honolulu.
The Rev. J. C. Mason, Epiphany, Honolulu.
The Rev. C. F. Howe, B.D., Church of
Good Shepherd, Wailuku, Maui. 1931
The Rev. Albert FI.
i • School,’ Honolulu.
Stone, M.A., Iolani
The Rev. Edgar W . Henshaw, St. John’s-
; by-the-Sea, Ivahaluu. 1932
The Rev. Kenneth D. Perkins, B.A., B.D.,
St. Andrew’s Cathedral Parish, London,
The Rev. Canon Kenneth A. Bray, B.A.,
B.D., Hawaiian Congregation, St. An
drew’s Cathedral and St. Mark’s, H ono
The Rev. W ai On Shim, St. Peter’s, H ono
The Rev. George H . Hann, Christ Church,
Kealakekua, Kona, Hawaii. 1935
The Rev. Ernest Kau, D e a c o n , Non-
Parochial, Ewa, Oahu. 1931
The Rev. Edward M. Littell, B.A., Deacon,
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. 1933
The Rev. Geo. Shannon Walker, B.A., B.D.,
Deacon, Christ Church, Kona, Hawaii.
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M R S. R U T H A I, A ssistant
D E A C O N E S S E S
D ea co ness S a r a h F. S w in b o u r n e , St.
Stephen’s, W aialua, Oahu. 1925
D ea co ness E lean o r P. S m i t h , St.
A ndrew ’s Cathedral Parish, H ono
C H U R C H A R M Y E V A N G E L IS T S
C a p t a in G eorge A . B e n s o n , Senior
O fficer, C. A . Headquarters, Pa
auilo. H aw aii. 1931
Ca p t a in H e n r y
H a m il t o n , Eleele,
Paauilo,Ca p t a in J o h n O l i p h a n t ,
Ca p t a in D e n is S m i t h , Kohala, Hawaii
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Devoted to the interests o f the Missionary D istrict o f Honolulu
Vol. XXVI. H o n o l u lu , H a w a ii , A p r i l , 1936 No. 2
THE RESURRECTION TOMB
ENTRANCE TO “TH E TOMB OF TH E KINGS” AT JERUSALEM.
TH E ARROW POINTS TO T H E ROLLING STONE
TO T H E LEFT OF TH E OPENING.
Successor to the Anglican Church Chronicle
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P A R T IA L D IR E C T O R Y O F
D IO C E S A N O F F IC E R S
Diocesan Treasurer, Mr. T. J. Hollander,
222-B Queen Emma Square, Honolulu.
Secretary, Board of Missions, Rev. Canon
F. N . Cullen, 222-D Queen Emma
Secretary of Convocation, Rev. Albert H.
Stone, Iolani School, Honolulu.
President, W oman’s Auxiliary, Mrs. W. S.
Fraser, 2037 Lanihuli Drive, Honolulu.
Treasurer, W oman’s Auxiliary, Mrs. Ken
neth Day, 1104 Kalihi Rd., Honolulu.
Corresponding Secretary, W oman’s Auxili
ary, Mrs. Newton T. Peck, 4369 Royal
Educational Secretary, W oman’s Auxiliary,
Mrs. W alter R. Coombs, 2935 Park
United Thank Offering Secretary, Mrs.
Frank A. Plum, 3034 Kalakaua Avenue,
District Altar Secretary, Mrs. S. J. Cham
berlain, Fort Shafter.
Church Periodical Director, Miss Elizabeth
Crehore, 602 Judd Street, Honolulu.
Supply Secretary, Mrs. Robert F. Lange,
2261 Liliha Street, Honolulu.
Assistant Supply Secretary, Mrs. F.. K.
Carnes, 2190-B Helumoa Rd., Honolulu.
April 12—Easter Day
April 13—Easter Monday
April 14— Easter Tuesday
April 19—1st Sunday after Easter
April 25—S. Mark, Evangelist
April 26—2nd Sunday after Easter
May 1—SS. Philip and James
May 3—3rd Sunday after Easter
The usual Easter cards give many
artists’ ideas of the tomb in which the
body of our Lord was laid on that first
Good Friday. Quite universally they are
far different from the actual tomb in use
in that Oriental land. W e are indebted to
the Rev. Kenneth Perkins for this picture
and for the follow ing explanation. The
Rev. Mr. Perkins is now studying in
England but never forgets H aw aii or
the Chronicle. T o quote from his letter:
The Tombs of the Kings
“This picture was take at the ‘Tombs
of the K ings,’ which is directly back of
the hostel in the Close of St. George’s
(A nglican) Cathedral in Jerusalem. To
quote from a guide book: ‘The Tombs
of the K ings seem to have been used
as a mausoleum for Helena, Queen of
Adiabene, her son Izates, and his family
of 24 sons. The sarcophagus, now in
the Louvre, appears to have been that of
H elena herself. The Kingdom of Adia
bene was situated in Mesopotamia, and
Izates is said to have embraced Judaism
in the first Century o f this era. H is
mother, Helena, was likewise converted,
and, settling in Jerusalem, did much for
the embellishment o f the city. Cinerary
urns, lamps, glass, alabaster bottles, gold
ornaments, et cetera, were found in large
quantities in the tomb. From another
source I learned that H elena and her sons
came in A . D. 45, during the famine
mentioned in A cts 11:28. Josephus in
‘Antiquities’ gives a long account of their
conversion and coming to Jerusalem. A t
the entrance o f the Tombs is a court
yard, 90 feet square, cut out o f the rock,
and a vestibule over which is a frieze in
a fragmentary state.”
The Rolling Stone
“The importance of all this is that it
is one of the very few tomb entrances
which still survive from the time of
Christ. The dating of the tomb was
arrived at from the coins found inside-—
the last, was A . D. 70. I have drawn a
little arrow pointing to the rolling stone,
almost circular, not over three feet high