Without Christian Education, the church could die out in one generation. Recent and high-quality academic research shows that young people will come to church, and stay in church, if they are involved in many inter-generational ways. Education does not necessarily happen only in classrooms, but in everyday interactions and church activities of all kinds, with all ages.
ʻEkalesia Hawaiʻi Mua O Kapaʻa
Kapaʻa First Hawaiian Church In Kapaʻa
Ministry & Mission
Adult Sunday School
Young Person's Sunday School 10:10 AM
The Queenʻs Church
Queen Deborah Kapule
Kapaʻa First Hawaiian Church
Ministry and mission go hand-in-hand with worship and education. The imperative is deceptively simple, but not simplistic. The bottom line:
Love the Lord with all of your heart, all of your mind, and all of your soul. And love your neighbor as yourself.
Worship follows ancient Christian patterns, yet is situated firmly in Hawaiian traditions. Hymns, anthems, and prayers, are in Hawaiian and English. Scripture is read in Hawaiian; the sermon in English. Worship is fun and easy-going, although serious concerns of compassion, fairness, and personal relation with God are addressed.