We believe in multi-generational ministry to the body of Christ. As a district we have appointed ministry leaders that act as a liaison and resource for your local church. Find out how you can grow these ministries to another level!
Our Vision is to win girls to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance, develop their gifts and abilities in an environment of support and accountability, and mentor them to become spiritual leaders
Throughout the state of Hawaii, women will be inspired, encouraged, educated, honored, and equipped to touch and change lives across the island chain, thereby creating a wave of change that will reach and have an impact on the nations of the world.
Our Vision is that every Church of the Hawaii District be involved in world missions and continue to grow in their commitment to pray, give, and go.
Men's Ministry exists to build each men to grow to their full potential in Christ. We strive to equip and empower men for intentional ministry service, and much more.
Royal Rangers is made up of four age groups, covering ages 5-17. Each age group has age appropriate Bible studies, activities, advancements, and merits.
We build today, we reap tomorrow. Led by Pastor Dion Maeda of Connect Point Church, Hawaii Youth Ministries organizes conferences and gatherings throughout the state. Equip your church with the tools to reach the next generation and establish a legacy of impact for your community around you.
Together we inspire intentional discipleship, provide teacher enrichment to shape character and sharpen skills, and much more.
We offer hope and healing at our residential recovery homes on Oahu and the Big Island to adult men and women with life-controlling problems. We also provide drug prevention education to students in Schools and Youth Groups
We will not hide them from their descendants; we will tell the next generation
the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, his power, and the wonders he has done.
He decreed statutes for Jacob and established the law in Israel, which he commanded our ancestors to teach their children, so the next generation would know them, even the children yet to be born, and they in turn would tell their children.