WHAT TO EXPECT
When you arrive at Liholiho, park in the lot off of 8th Ave. for easiest access to the cafeteria. Walk up the stairs to the cafeteria. You’ll notice that everyone is dressed very casually (some of them are probably heading to the beach after church). There will be some good music setting the mood.
The services will start at 8:30 and 10:15, even if some people are still straggling in on Hawaiian time. We’ll begin with a few songs of worship, and you’re welcome to sing along or just listen. Then you’ll hear a message taken from a passage of the Bible, aimed at making God’s truths applicable to your everyday life.
What About Keiki?
If you have keiki ages 6 months to 4 years, you can drop them off in nursery, just downstairs from the cafeteria in Room J1. Kids five years old and up will stay with you for the opening worship time, then you can check them in at the back of the room. They’ll go to our childrens ministry, Harbor Keiki, for a fun and meaningful time of Bible lessons, crafts, and games under the care of loving aunties and uncles.
Between our two morning services is our Ohana Time. Join us for some ono food out in the garden, and talk story if you want. As our guest, you’ll never be singled out for recognition, so you’ll be free to connect with others as much or as little as you like.