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Welcoming Harbor’s Newest Elder

Welcoming Harbor’s Newest Elder

We're stoked to welcome Harbor's newest elder, Grant Murata. Grant and Tracey have been married for 23 years and have four kids (including two Kamehameha valedictorians so far - they must be doing something right!) Grant has been co-leading the Kaneohe community group...

New Series This Sunday: God Knows

New Series This Sunday: God Knows

We’re stoked to be launching a new sermon series this Sunday called God Knows. It’s a chance for us to explore some of the newly-unearthed emotions we’ve all been dealing with over the past few months, and see how God knows and understands our experiences. As our...

How to Read Your Bible

How to Read Your Bible

On Sunday, we were encouraged by Paul to go to God's Word when we're going through the kind of hard times we're experiencing right now. If you're looking for a simple way to dig into the Scriptures, the Daily Boost written by the Harbor staff will help you apply a...

We’ll see you (and your keiki) this Sunday!

We’ll see you (and your keiki) this Sunday!

We are so excited to be welcoming back your children to their Sunday classes at church this coming Sunday! We've missed seeing their bright smiling faces, and being encouraged by their childlike faith and unexpected insights. This past Saturday a team of people...

New Series This Sunday: FOCUS

New Series This Sunday: FOCUS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBIaEuJkTHw Right now you’re probably feeling tired and frazzled. You’ve had to figure out whole new ways of doing your work, guiding your family, and following God in this strange new world we’re living in. Along the way you’ve been...

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

We’re super stoked to be worshiping together live this Sunday at 8:30am and 10:00am. You’ll have the option of worshiping either upstairs in the Auditorium (with AC!), or downstairs on the Lanai (with lots of fresh air and ventilation!) during both services. You can...

Standing for Justice Starts with Empathy

Standing for Justice Starts with Empathy

I've never seen a meme that stabbed me through the chest. Then this weekend, one did. It shows a picture of angry protesters next to a burning car, with the caption, "Why can't you protest peacefully?" Then a picture of a peaceful Black Lives Matter march. "...no, not...

Being a Blessing to Our City

Being a Blessing to Our City

"Pursue the well-being of the city I have sent you to. Pray to the Lord on its behalf, for when it thrives, you will thrive." (Jeremiah 29:7) While the Jews were in exile waiting to go home to Israel, their mission was to pursue the well-being of the city they lived...

What a socially-distanced disciple looks like

What a socially-distanced disciple looks like

As of today it looks like we’ve got another month before we’re out of lockdown, and a whole lot of months before we can meet again as a church. In the first phase of quarantine, we were all quickly adjusting to a new way of life we hoped would be temporary. In the...

Harbor Gospel Choir – Never Lost

Harbor Gospel Choir – Never Lost

Our gospel choir couldn't perform in person this Easter, so they put together an epic cell-phone version of Never Lost. Put on some headphones, crank up the volume, and enjoy!