Wednesday Night

Dinner and Bible Study. A time of good food and fellowship is offered in this mid-week “pick-me-up”.  Dinner is served from 5:30pm – 6:00pm.  There is no charge, however donations of any size are welcome to help cover the cost of the food. At 6:15 Pastor Barry leads a time of worship and prayer before delving into God’s Word. During November we will be learning how to hear the still small voice of God. 

We know from Scripture that God spoke to His people in ancient times and in mysterious ways, but how do we hear His voice now? Many people have a tough time believing that God still speaks. The truth is God still communicates with His people, but He often speaks in a whisper—not to make it difficult to hear Him, but to draw us close. Come  learn…

  • …how can we discern the voice of God.
  • …the seven love languages of God

God is speaking. Can you hear Him? Do you know how to listen?


Prayer Meeting.  This is an opportunity for prayer from 6:00 – 7:00. The prayer meeting takes place in the sanctuary and is led by Jose Exavier.

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNER CROWD


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WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUP TAUGHT BY CRYSTAL LANCASTER

Women’s

The Bible “Crystal Clear”  taught by Crystal Lancaster Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. in the fellowship hall.  There is a vast difference between knowing about God and knowing God. Learn God’s Word in a way that is both informative and fun but most importantly in a way you will easily understand. When you get to know God’s Word better, you get to know God better!


JOSE EXAVIER

Small Group (Adults)

This class, meets in the fellowship hall at 8:45 a.m. and is taught by Jose Exavier and Claudia Chong. Please call the church office at 808-521-4708 to reserve child care.  Coffee is served!


Children’s Sunday School

Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. (during the worship service)  Children have their own time of worship, Bible study, games and crafts with teacher Connie Ma.
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CONNIE MA AND THE CHILDREN’S SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS