Being a Knowing Ohana Means We Value Worship

We gather for worship to be renewed by God’s presence through relevant teaching and inspiring music. 

Our Sunday Worship is at 9:30 am

If you join us, here’s what you can expect:

  • A diverse group of real people - from 9 month-olds to 90 year-olds, we are a multigenerational family that seeks to reflect the diversity of God’s kingdom. 
  • A new and ancient way of worship - our worship style is a blend of modern music and traditional hymns. 
  • A message that won’t put you to sleep (unless you really need a nap) - in fact it might actually make you think or inspire you to change. 
  • A sacred space to encounter God - our beautiful campus of almost five acres includes an open sanctuary that was built in 1958.

Being a Loving Ohana Means We Value Community

We believe that life is better when we’re connected. Our Small Groups provide an opportunity to build friendships and share life together. We eat, chat, explore God’s word, and encourage each other to grow as followers of Jesus in our everyday lives. To see current small groups that are available click here.  

Community Calendar

Kids and Youth  

Being a Serving Ohana Means We Value Outreach

We want to serve and bless others, both locally and globally. From feeding the homeless to providing families with temporary housing, from running a thrift store to establishing a home for women coming out of prison, from sponsoring blood drives to raising money for cancer research, from supporting missionaries in Japan and India to building water wells in Nicaragua and Ethiopia, we are committed to making a difference in the world by investing in God’s kingdom.