NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING

Adjourned Semi-annual Meeting of the Congregation will resume on Sunday, JULY 19, 2015 at 10:45am in the Sanctuary. Agenda: Auditorʻs Report. Members must sign in to establish quorum! Please be sure to write this on your calendar. We look forward to seeing you so that we can conclude our annual business commitment! For His Glory!


"KE OLA HOU" Vision Crafting

Romans 12:2 "Do not conform to the patterns of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve of what God's will is - His good, pleasing and perfect will." Vision Crafting II: Saturday, July 11, 2015, 8:00am to Noon at Kaiona Conference Room, Kawaiahaʻo Plaza, 1st Floor, will begin with a pot blessing. We will have a short report of what has been done then move on to "talk story" to look at the Past, Present and Future. Please join us as, together with Ke Akua, we plan the future of Kawaiaha'o for our grandchildren and our great-grandchildren. Sign-up is Sunday in front of the church. Mahalo Ke Akua!


"ROOTED"

A ten-week journey of spiritual growth and discovery begins July 12, 2015. You will know why you believe in Jesus, where important scriptures are, and how to share your faith. Sign up with Ruby Donlin or Kaʻiulani Hess following Sunday service in front of the church.


ʻOHANA CAMP August 14-16, 2015

Everyone is invited to Kawaiaha‘o Church’s 3rd annual camping adventure August 14 to 16 at Camp Mokuleʻia. Spectacular beaches, comfortable cabins with real beds, great food and awesome Young Life style program for Keiki to Kupuna. Cost is $105 per person. For more information and sign-up, visit the planning team under the tent in front of the church following Sunday service.


KAMAILE CHARTER ACADEMY IN WAIANAE

The Outreach Ministry of Kawaiaha'o Church is gearing up this summer readying our keiki for the upcoming school year at Kamaile Charter Academy in Waianae. The next three months we are asking you to help the keiki with particular items: JUNE we are accepting slippers, sneakers (new or used), and socks of any size; JULY is backpacks; and AUGUST is school supplies. Kamaile Charter Academy has grades kindergarten to senior. Items may be dropped off on Sundays at the front of the church, or Monday through Friday at the Business Office between 8:00am and 3:00pm. For more information, call Arminta at (808)469-5123.


HUI ALOHA DOORKEEPERS

We are looking for volunteers for Hui Aloha to greet people, hand out bulletins, collect the offering and welcome everyone with the Love of God as they come to Kawaiahaʻo Church. Smile with us and be a part of the first joyful impression people receive! For more information, please contact SANDY TAMASHIRO at 808-286-3171 or sandralynne29@yahoo.com.


Hōkūleʻa & Hikianalia ‘Ohana Day Recorded

A recording of the program is on YouTube at https://youtu.be/83cidbDQ0G4?t=833. Also please join us on the Kawaiahao Church Ministry of Evangelism page on Google Plus at https://plus.google.com/u/0/110370435033656430674/posts.

More info to be announced soon.


Hokulea Prayer Requests

If you have prayer requests please send them to our pule4hokulea@kawaiahao.org mailing list.

Prayer ministry information
http://www.kawaiahao.org/ministries/stewardship/#hae_o_ke_aloha


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Welcome from the Kahu

Our church strives to honor Jesus in everything we do and say. We welcome everyone to worship with us Sundays at 9:00 AM.

The majority of the service is in English. Because of our strong roots in the Hawaiian culture, we sing Hawaiian songs and read the scriptures in Hawaiian and English. We welcome you to our ‘ohana (family) where the love of Jesus Christ is alive.

— Kahu Curt Pa‘alua Kekuna

Frequently Asked Question

Are your services in English or Hawaiian?

Approximately 85% of our services are in English. We sing at least one song in Hawaiian, and say the Lord's Prayer as a congregation in Hawaiian.


About Kawaiaha‘o Church

“On July 21, 1842, 5,000 worshippers, led by Kamehameha III, gathered to dedicate this “Great Stone Church.” It became known as the “Westminster Abbey of the Pacific,” and during the days of the monarchy, it was called “The Church of the Ali‘i.” Today, it is often referred to as “The State Church of Hawai‘i.”

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Address:

957 Punchbowl Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

Worship Service:

Sunday Worship Service 9:00am

You can listen to the Sunday Sermons online.

Prayer Service:

Wednesday Prayer Service from 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Ali‘i Sunday Worship Service:

Ali‘i Sunday Worship Services occur seven Sundays of the year and starts at 9am. For dates of Ali‘i Sunday's, please view our Ali‘i Sunday calendar.

Sunday School:

Adults: 8:00 to 9:00am
Children: 9:00am to 10:00am

Church Ministry  Google Calendar:

Now you can keep up to date with Kawaiaha'o Church's Ministry Calendar! Please click on the link below to view the calendar.

Ministry Calendar

http://www.kawaiahao.org/calendar/

 

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