aloha ke akua!

Welcome to our ohana! We're glad you found us. HCC is a family that is a wonderful mix of ages, cultures, personalities, gifts and talents. Whether you're just exploring the Christian faith, or you're a long-time believer, we want to help you on your journey. And if you're struggling with life's problems, we want to help. So if you're looking for a welcoming, safe, and warm atmosphere, family and youth programs, close friendships, in-depth Bible teaching, gospel-centered messages, and God-focused worship, we think you've come to the right place. We're not perfect, but each of us are under construction by God's Spirit. So check out this website, and see if this family is for you. And if you have any further questions about the Bible, Jesus Christ, the church's background, activities, or beliefs, please feel free to call or contact us. We're here to help. 


If you are a first-time visitor, even if you have no church experience, you will feel comfortable and at home. Our hope is that you will be led to sense the presence of God, such that you come away with awe, wonder, and a stronger faith in Jesus Christ. It is our hope and prayer that the services will honor God, exalt Jesus Christ, be led by the Holy Spirit, and be based on the Bible. You will notice that some people raise their hands during the service while others sit quietly and meditatively. People do this because they have found the ultimate joy in life through Jesus Christ.


We seek to be Biblical, placing great emphasis on Bible expository preaching, i.e. the explanation and life application of a text of Scripture. While Biblical, we also seek to be life-relevant. We are contemporary and relaxed in style. 

Honolulu Christian PReSchool

A hidden gem, located in lush Manoa Valley, is a small school working closely with parents to enhance the development of their child.  A low student-teacher ratio and an experienced nurturing staff provide opportunities for children to develop into well-rounded individualsHCP offers a well-balanced curriculum and allow students to discover personal interests through a variety of hands-on activities.


The Honolulu Christian Preschool hopes to instill the joy of learning, respect of oneself and others, and develop a Christ-like character and biblical morals that will last a lifetime.


Any questions?

Call us (808) 973 - 4340


Learn More about Honolulu Christian Preschool!

NEWS

SPEAK UP ABOUT SOCIETAL DECLINE
Aloha HCC ohana. There is a controversial legislative bill that is waiting to be voted on in the state Senate. SB 3335 is a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in Hawaii. Sometime at the beginning of March the bill will cross over to the House for their vote. If passed, Governor Josh Green stated that he will sign this into law.  Ironically, this edict was proposed by Governor Green and presented to the legislature by the State Attorney General. This bill would severely jeopardize our way of life and ultimately future generations. Our children will reap the repercussions of this bad law. I would encourage all of us to contact our district Senators and instruct them to reject SB3335. We also need to pray that the Lord would intervene and shine His light to reveal the truth of this law. -- Lee Akamine, HCC member


HAKU LEI MAKING CLASS - SATURDAY, 3/30

Jessica Canyon will be teaching the fine and fun art of making beautiful haku leis to wear or bless others with.  Class will be in the Social Hall from 9-12noon and will be limited to the first 20 people who sign up. Cost is $15-$20 per person.  Payment will be collected at the workshop.  Click here to sign up.  Deadline to sign up is 3/17/24.


WELL DONE, GOOD & FAITHFUL SERVANT
Longtime HCC member, Ed Nakata went home peacefully to his beloved Savior Jesus, on Feb. 16th. Ed faithfully served on our choir, yard ministry and helped out wherever needed so cheerfully.   A celebration of life service information to follow.

DEACONS JANUARY MEETING MINUTES  click here.

sunday services in-person


Worship services are at 10:45 am every Sunday (except 5th Sundays of the month which are at 9:45). Masks are optional. Our AC systems in the Sanctuary and Social Hall are set to circulate only fresh air, not recycled air. That is, instead of recirculating air from the room, the cool air blown out from the AC vents is fresh air from the outside, in order to minimize the circulation of any contagions.


Parking is available on the street. If you are a first-time visitor, or handicapped, we have a parking space reserved for you in our main parking lot. You may also park in the nearby University of Hawaii lot located at 1951 University Ave. Walking to the church from the UH lot takes 4-5 minutes.


Children's Sunday School classes preschool through middle school meet during the 10:45 service (except 5th Sundays of the month which are at 9:45). 


There is no infant childcare yet, but you are welcome to bring your infant into the service, or use the "cry room" with TV monitor for your convenience. If you desire your children to be in Sunday School, please ask a greeter at the welcome table, who will instruct you on how to check-in your child.


High School and Adult Sunday School classes meet from 9:15 to 10:15 am. A few classes still remain online. Please click here for a description of each class, and whether they are currently meeting online or in-person. 

sunday services online

Join us from the safety of your own home. Services are streamed live on both Facebook and YouTube, using your TV (with streaming service), phone, computer, or tablet. Services are Sundays, 10:45 am (except the 5th Sundays of the month which are at 9:45), and are a live stream of the in-person services. You can stream as early as 10:35 if you need to make any technical adjustments. Click on one of the links below to connect.


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PHOTO CREDITS:

"Hawaii Cityscape," by Marvin Chandra, ©2013, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0, use allowed by license.

"David "Dubb" Hubbard charging a large wave at Waimea Shorebreak," by Evan Fa, ©2011, CC BY-SA 3.0, use allowed by license.