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.
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.
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.
ʻEkalesia Hawaiʻi Mua O Kapaʻa
Kapaʻa First Hawaiian Church In Kapaʻa
The Queenʻs Church
Queen Deborah Kapule
Ministry & Mission
Kapaʻa First Hawaiian Church
Adult Sunday School
Young Person's Sunday School 10:10 AM