WAHIAWA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
JOIN US FOR WORSHIP!
We gather on Sundays at 10 a.m. at our church, located just below Leilehua High School on California Avenue.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Our Sunday worship services are a time to come together as a church family. We begin with contemporary songs on the guitar, followed by traditional hymns, Bible readings, and a sermon message. Service lasts about an hour.
There is no need to dress up, just come as you are!
For those who are unable to join in person, we have the option to join by Zoom. Click the link zoom.us/j/584371383 or dial 1 (669) 900-6833 and enter 584371383#. (Note that by phone, this is a long distance call.)
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to Pastor Jessica at 808-838-9024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FAMILIES & YOUTH
Children and youth are essential members of our church family. We seek to provide a safe, nurturing, and fun environment where they can experience God's abundant and unconditional love. All of our volunteers are trained and background checked through MinistrySafe.
During worship, we have Sunday School classes for elementary aged children including a Bible lesson, activity, and snack. Twice a month, our youth group for middle and highschoolers gathers for lunch, games, and fellowship. Recent family activities have included a beach picnic, roller skating, and a movie night.
For over twenty years, the Grace Moore Kimata Center has offered free, faith-based grief support session for members of the community experiencing the loss of a loved one.
Twice a year, our church offers a 13-session grief support group based on the GriefShare program.
To join one of our grief support groups, please contact James Higa at 808-623-4941 or email@example.com.
Recognizing Jesus' compassion for those in need, our church is deeply committed to serving the larger community. Our active Missions volunteer team has worked with multiple nonprofit organizations to address the needs of our neighbors, near and far.
Recent projects have included providing toiletries for the RYSE youth shelter, collecting canned food for the Susannah Wesley Center in Kalihi, raising funds for Heifer International, and assisting with recovery following the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai volcanic eruption.
Our congregation is a member of Faith Action (formerly FACE), a faith-based community organizing nonprofit based on Oahu.