- Presiding: Bishop Bert Oshiro
- Conducting: Tommy Friel, Bishopric 2nd Counselor
- Opening hymn: #241 "Count Your Blessings" (chorister Van Wai Sr, organist Isabella Lesa)
- Invocation: Brother Dayle Turner
- Ward business: Sustained--Nicole Gonsalves (Ward Missionary); Nachelle Wai (Relief Soceity Meeting Coordinator).
- Sacrament hymn: #180 "Father in Heaven, We Do Believe"
- Sacrament administration by Priesthood
- Youth Speakers:
- Adult Speakers
- Brother and Sister Davis from Logan, Utah (and formerly of New Mexico) are serving a mission here.
Sister Davis Elder Davis
- Closing Hymn: #252 "Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel"
- Benediction: Brother Mark Stride
- Announcements/quorum business:
- Redeem the Dead:
- Worldwide Indexing Challenge. Details of the challenge TBA.
- Perfect the Saints:
- Family Fireside. Friday April 12 at Parkway Rec Center. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Potluck.
- Wednesday evening team-ups with the missionaries. Brothers Piena and Turner will be going out this week.
- Proclaim the Gospel:
- "Will you?" challenges from the Hawaii Mission President: Will you pray for the success of missionary work in our stake? Will you identify and invite someone to be taught by the missionaries?
- Home teaching. District Leaders (Turner, Sellers, Tamashiro) will be contacting home teachers for reports on home teaching assignments for March. Goal is 100%
- The lesson in the quorum today was presented by Brother Dayle Turner and was based on the talk "The Atonement" from the October 2012 General Conference by Elder Boyd K Packer. Elder Packer said,
- In mortality we [will] fall short of being perfect. It [is] not expected that we [will] live without transgressing one law or another (see Mosiah 3:19).
- From the Pearl of Great Price, we understand that “no unclean thing can dwell [in the kingdom of God],”3 and so a way was provided for all who sin to repent and become worthy of the presence of our Father in Heaven once more.
- A Mediator, a Redeemer, was chosen, one who would live His life perfectly, commit no sin, and offer “himself a sacrifice for sin, to answer the ends of the law, unto all those who have a broken heart and a contrite spirit; and unto none else can the ends of the law be answered.”4
- Concerning the importance of the Atonement, in Alma we learn, “For it is expedient that an atonement should be made; … or else all mankind must unavoidably perish.”5
- If you have made no mistakes, then you do not need the Atonement. If you have made mistakes, and all of us have, whether minor or serious, then you have an enormous need to find out how they can be erased so that you are no longer in darkness.