The St. Juvenaly church office will be open for appointments as needed.
On March 30, 2020 the Holy Synod of Bishops of the Orthodox Church in America met to discuss the current situation and called for social distancing through April 30, at which time they will meet again to review the matter. You may read the original letter from Archbishop Benjamin here.
You may read the Archpastoral Statement of the Holy Synod here, and their specific directives here.
Although Divine Services are scheduled at St. Juvenaly, attendance is limited to the priest, a singer, and a reader. However, the following links will take you to live-streaming Divine Services:
Celebration of the Divine Liturgy in Hawaii by an Orthodox priest accompanying Kotzebue, captain of a Russian ship.
(Hawaii 1778-1920 from the Viewpoint of a Bishop by Rt. Rv. Henry Bond Restarick, p. 48. Bishop Restarick cited this as the first Eucharist in Hawaii)
Hawaiʻi's first Orthodox church: Fort Elizabeth constructed on Kauai, housing a small Orthodox chapel.