New Thought Center of Hawai`i

A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's spiritual path.
Upcoming Presenters 
August 8:  Woody Yehudah Plaut, music & talk, "Shabbat"

August 22:  Randyl Rupar

September 5:  Phil Centers

August 29:  Manuel Roberto, Janmastami, Music:  Bernice Roberto

September 12:  NTCH Birthday #50

September 19: Dawn Barnett - Fall Equinox Celebration & Drumming

September 26:  Lehua Lopez

October 3, 

October 10, Alison Yahna

October 18, Kumu Keala Ching

October 24, Shelly Pierson: Topic TBA, Music by 

Afternoon workshop

November 14:  Babaji Bob Kindler

December 5:  Christmas Decorating Party

December 19: Dawn Barnett - Winter Solstice Celebration & DrummingFor more information about workshops  go to our Events Page

For links to archived speaker videos on YouTube, visit our Archives of Speakers

Two ways to Enjoy New Thought’s Sunday Service:

Come in person. If you choose this option, consider making a reservation. It’s not required, but reservations are encouraged, especially if you have a long drive to the Center. Here’s how:
Send a message to [email protected] with your name, and names of any other household members who plan to attend. OR
Call or text 303 641-4659.  
Reservations can be made until 8pm Saturday. They will be held until 9:45 Sunday morning. If you attend in person, be prepared to follow the Sunday service rules. 

Can’t come in person? No problem. You can watch the live stream of the service on the New Thought YouTube channel as it’s happening. Or check the channel the following day for the edited video. 

Please help us maintain a safe, healthy environment by observing these rules.

  • Stay home if you are sick, or if you feel yourself to be at-risk.
  • Social distancing requires 6 feet spacing except for people who live together.
  • Reservations are encouraged by e-mail or phone; we have a 40 person limit
  • Enter and exit mindfully, following ushers’ guidance.
  • No re-arranging of chairs—ask usher’s help if there is a problem 
  • No hugging, shaking hands, etc. (Express affection in non-physical ways)
  • Masks covering nose and mouth are required of all those in attendance, including those with roles in the service. Exception: speaker and facilitator may remove masks while speaking. Vocalists (music ministers) may remove masks while singing.
  • No group singing.
  • No passing of hand-held mike.
  • Koa bowl on table—invitation to give, but bowl will not be passed hand to hand.
  • No potluck or beverage service.
  • New Thought will maintain a supply of face masks, hand sanitizer & wipes.
  • New Thought will clean and disinfect furnishings and fixtures frequently.
  • New Thought will record or live-stream services for those who can’t attend.

Adopted by New Thought Board of Trustees, June 18, 2020
Revised March 17, 2021
The Eye of the Storm, Maintaining Serenity in Times of Chaos
with Drew Womack

August 1, 2021
10:00 am

This is Live and in person at the Center 
AND Live-Streamed on YouTube
Drew Womack is a lifelong singer and songwriter. He was born in Fort Worth, Texas. He left at the age of 20 and traveled throughout the US and Canada, playing guitar and singing “wherever it was fun”.  He settled down somewhat after he met his wife Carla and began a family. They lived in Idyllwild, California prior to moving to Hawaii in 1999. 

Drew discovered New Thought Center of Hawaii soon after his arrival, and has been part of the “music ministry” intermittently since that time. His musical style is unique. It sounds kind of like country western, but with upbeat lyrics. He has made several trips to Nashville, Tennessee, to enjoy the musical scene and make recordings. He is also a master of the Hawaiian slack key, playing his own style since 1969.

Most recently he has been exploring the music and culture of New Zealand, although the pandemic has required him to cut back on his travels temporarily. He and his wife live in South Kona in an old church which he renovated and converted to a home. He enjoys spending time with his two grown children, Kiara and Cheyenne, who also reside on the Big Island.​