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Ministry to Children

Queen Ka’ahumanu School: QKS is an elementary school located across the street from our ministry center. Many of the children speak English as a second language.  A member of our church serves on the School Community Concil (SCC), a policy-making body comprised of school personel and representatives from the community.

We also minister to children from the school and comminity in the following ways…

Sports Camp: Each summer we partner with Unchartered Waters to provide lessons about Christ through the medium of sports.cef_logo[1]

Good News Club and Five Day Club: These are children’s ministries that provide moral guidance through songs, games and stories that are Biblically based. Materials and training for our adult vounteers are provided through Child Evangelism Fellowship

Ways to be a blessing to these ministries…

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  • Activity supervisors are needed for our Wednesday afternoon program during the school year and summer programs
  • Volunteers to tutor children in our after school program and/or at the school.

Ministry to the Elderly

Kinau Vista and Wisteria Vista: We visit each of these senior citizen homes once a month to provide companionship, refreshments and a short program.

Ways to be a blessing to these ministries…

  • Financial contributions for refreshments
  • Volunteers to visit with the elderly once a month

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Family Promise: We partner with Family Promise quarterly to provide room and board for homeless families while they receive job counseling, assistance in finding affordable housing and other services.

Ways to be a blessing to this ministry…

  • Volunteers to prepare and serve breakfast or supper
  • Money for food and supplies
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Sharon and Brandon Sharing a “Cup of Cold Water”

Bridge Events

These are events that provide a “bridge” for people to get from the community to our church. Concerts, seminars, picnics, etc. are examples of “Bridge Events”. Other Bridge events include:

“A Cup of Cold Water”; This program is designed to introduce our pastor  & church to people in the neighborhood. We pass out cold bottles of water, other drinks and food items to those walking by our Ministry Center. An invite card is attached to the water with an introduction and invitation to visit one of our services.

Keiki Carnival or “Trunk or Treat”; A safe alternative offered to elementary aged children and their families on October 31st.

Easter Eggstravaganza; A program for children and their families offered Easter weekend.Give Online Secure via Faithstreet

Ways to be a blessing to this ministry…

  • Financial contributions to buy food and supplies
  • Volunteers to assist with activities and food distribution

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Rainbow Acres: A ministry to adults with developmental disabilities.

Hopi Indian Mission School: The school, located in Kykotsmovi, on the Hopi Indian Reservatioin has 70 students. Their goal is to help native American children graduate using a Christ centered curriculum. Please pray as they choose the 2014-2015 teaching faculty. You can bless them with soup labels, financial donations or your time as an online tutor or guest faculty member.

Ways to be a blessing to this ministry…Collect Campbell’s Soup labels to provide needed transportation and other needs.


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Americn Baptist Missionary Support: We support multiple missionaries and missions through our American Baptist International Ministries. Places where we have a special focus are Burundi, Myanmar and Thailand. See archived reports of our mission trips to these places in our archived mission reports.

Child Sponsorship: Individuals, families and  small groups sponsor children in third world countries through World Vision and Compassion International. Over 50 children have been sponsored through FBCH.OCC_logo

Operation Christmas Child: In cooperation with Samaritan’s Purse we pack shoeboxes with items such as toys, school supplies, toiletries and clothing to be delivered to children in third world countries.

CLICK HERE for a Slideshow of the Shoebox Ministry (in a new tab)

Ways to be a blessing to this ministry…

  • Year round prayer partners
  • Items for shoeboxes