Aloha + E Komo Mai
Our multi-generational worship service is a mix of both contemporary + traditional, offering an incredible praise band as well as hymn music from our choir. Together, we take part in Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month; we welcome everyone (even you) to join us!
For families with children, we offer both Sunday School as well as complimentary nusruy care for those ages 0-24 months. If your children prefer to stay with you during the service, that's okay too! We offer activities, coloring sheets and even special lani seating areas to let their wiggles out!
Following our worship service, we have fresh ground, locally grown coffee, along with canned cold brew, green tea, soda waters and more located on the front lawn.
We encourage you to grab a beverage and then spend a couple minutes exploring our campus. Beyond the large rocks within our Meditation Garden, you’ll find that our church grounds overlook 800 acres of the Kawainui Marsh, the largest wetlands in all of the Hawaiian Islands! You may also catch a glimpse of the ancient Hawaiian Ulupō Heiau off to the left.
a christ centered, knowing, loving + serving ohana
Want to get a feel for our sermons + pastor? Miss a week and need to get caught up?
We put all of our sermons on YouTube for later viewing, or Live worship services in their entirety can be found on our Facebook Page or on the Church Center app. You can also listen to sermons on iTunes or Spotify.
Once you’ve visited us, Church Center is the key to staying connected. Download the free app for your smartphone or tablet, or sign up and view their webpage.
Here, you can sign up for events, give online, opt in to our church directory, or view sermons. This is our favorite tool to stay in-the-know!
Giving to the church can be done a number of ways – the easiest way is to give online via our Church Center app, or visit: kailua.churchcenter.com. You can give once, or set up reoccurring weekly or monthly donations with your debit or credit card. You can also give via check or cash on Sunday mornings, or mail checks to the church office.