Sunday Mornings

10:30 Worship Service
Please arrive BEFORE 10:30 if you wish to be seated in the sanctuary!

We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to join us in worshiping the God we have come to know as Creator, Christ and Spirit! We worship in Hawaiian and English languages. Don’t worry if you don’t speak Hawaiian because our bulletin will lead you through our worship service and nearly everything is translated for you. Our worship services are designed to honor our traditions of the Hawaiian Islands and inspire you see God’s aloha in every part of your life and throughout the world.

A Scent-free Environment

We have members, friends, and a kahu who are highly allergic to various scents, often resulting in coughing, sneezing, difficulty breathing and speaking, as well as other symptoms. Heavy perfumes and colognes are particularly troublesome. We are requesting that our church be, as much as possible, a “scent-free” environment during worship services, social activities and meetings. We realize that there is no way to keep all scents away, and we plan to continue having fresh flower arrangements each week and lei for special occasions, but we do ask everyone to be sensitive to the needs of those around them when it comes to perfumes, colognes and lotions.

Covid Information

Our Board of Deacons and Church Council are committed to do all in our power to keep our congregation healthy and safe in the midst of this pandemic. While members, friends and visitors have varying theologies and opinions about worship services, role of government and health guidelines, we hold life as sacred and believe the imperative to protect and preserve life outweighs all other considerations. 

Since Sunday, June 14, 2020, we have been worshiping back in our sanctuary after offering only online worship services. As long as we believe it is safe, we will continue to to offer on-site worship services. We continue to provide our weekly services online for those who are uncomfortable or unable to return at this time (usually available by Wednesday each week). We Welcome Visitors to Our Worship Services!

Please Abide by Our Visitor Guidelines below.

We Have LOTS of room at Church!

  • Seating in the Sanctuary
  • More Space Under the Big Tent on the Patio
  • Live-streaming in Moore Hall on a Large TV Monitor

HOWEVER, YOU ARE ASKED TO NOT ATTEND IN-PERSON WORSHIP IF EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS APPLY TO YOU:

  1. You have a fever of 100°F or higher or had any new symptoms of Covid-19 during the past 14 days (including difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, muscle or body aches, headache, sore throat, fever, chills, nausea, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea, cough, congestion, runny nose, change in or loss of taste or smell).
  2. You have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19 and you have not tested negative at least 3 days after exposure or waited 14 days after exposure.

IF NEITHER OF THE ABOVE CONDITIONS APPLY TO YOU, THEN YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND IN-PERSON WORSHIP SERVICES IF YOU CAN SAY “YES” TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS:

  1. You have been fully vaccinated with any of the government-approved vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson).
  2. You have not been vaccinated with any of the government-approved vaccines but you have been on the island for at least 10 days in a row prior to the worship service with no Covid-19 symptoms.
  3. You have not been vaccinated with any of the government-approved vaccines but you have received a negative Covid-19 test after being on the island for a full 3 days.

GUIDELINES WHILE ATTENDING IN-PERSON WORSHIP

In order for everyone to remain safe while worshiping with us, we ask that you attend church with the following expectations:

  1. Arrive on the property and approach the sanctuary with a cloth face mask that completely covers your mouth and nose. 
  2. Do not touch other people. This includes hugs, handshakes, fist bumps and elbow bumps.
  3. Your temperature will be taken with a “no touch” thermometer before entering the sanctuary.
  4. You will be asked to affirm that you have no symptoms of Covid-19.
  5. You will be asked if you have read and understand the pandemic guidelines, updated on April 9, 2021, and have met the conditions for attending in-person worship services.
  6. Please wear a name tag to help us identify who you are. (It’s a little trickier with face masks!)
  7. An usher will assist you in finding a seat. Once you are seated, please remain in your seat until the end of the worship service.
  8. Wait for instructions before removing your face mask once you are seated. If you have to use the restroom or leave your seat for any other emergencies, please make sure that your face mask is back on and allow others you may walk past to do the same.
  9. Do not plan to speak publicly during the worship service without approval from the Pastor or Deacons prior to Sunday.
  10. Put your face mask back on before the benediction and keep it on until you are in your vehicle or off church property.
  11. Offerings may be dropped off in one of the offering baskets as you enter or leave the sanctuary.
  12. Please return permanent name tags (if you have one at the church) to the table in front of the name tag cabinet. Do not replace your name tag directly into the cabinet! 

Worship with Us!
Sundays at 10:30 AM

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Sunday Mornings

10:30 Worship Service
Please arrive BEFORE 10:30 if you wish to be seated in the sanctuary!

We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to join us in worshiping the God we have come to know as Creator, Christ and Spirit! We worship in Hawaiian and English languages. Don’t worry if you don’t speak Hawaiian because our bulletin will lead you through our worship service and nearly everything is translated for you. Our worship services are designed to honor our traditions of the Hawaiian Islands and inspire you see God’s aloha in every part of your life and throughout the world.

A Scent-free Environment

We have members, friends, and a kahu who are highly allergic to various scents, often resulting in coughing, sneezing, difficulty breathing and speaking, as well as other symptoms. Heavy perfumes and colognes are particularly troublesome. We are requesting that our church be, as much as possible, a “scent-free” environment during worship services, social activities and meetings. We realize that there is no way to keep all scents away, and we plan to continue having fresh flower arrangements each week and lei for special occasions, but we do ask everyone to be sensitive to the needs of those around them when it comes to perfumes, colognes and lotions.

Covid Information

Our Board of Deacons and Church Council are committed to do all in our power to keep our congregation healthy and safe in the midst of this pandemic. While members, friends and visitors have varying theologies and opinions about worship services, role of government and health guidelines, we hold life as sacred and believe the imperative to protect and preserve life outweighs all other considerations. 

Since Sunday, June 14, 2020, we have been worshiping back in our sanctuary after offering only online worship services. As long as we believe it is safe, we will continue to to offer on-site worship services. We continue to provide our weekly services online for those who are uncomfortable or unable to return at this time (usually available by Wednesday each week). We Welcome Visitors to Our Worship Services!

Please Abide by Our Visitor Guidelines below.

We Have LOTS of room at Church!

  • Seating in the Sanctuary
  • More Space Under the Big Tent on the Patio
  • Live-streaming in Moore Hall on a Large TV Monitor

YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND IN-PERSON WORSHIP IF:

  • You are not required by the State of Hawaii or County of Kauai to quarantine
  • You have been on the island for at least 10 days with no Covid-19 symptoms
  • You, your family, or social bubble, have not had close contact with anyone (sharing meals, visiting less than 6 feet without face masks, etc.) who has been off the island or visited you from off-island in the past 10 days.
  • You or any member of your household or social bubble have not been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 for at least 14 days.
  • You do not have a fever of 100°F or higher or have any symptoms of Covid-19.

*You MAY attend worship services if you have received a negative result from a Covid-19 test at a site approved by the State of Hawaii at least 3 days after travel, exposure to anyone who has traveled off or to the island, or exposed to anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19, and if you are not otherwise required by the State of Hawaii or County of Kauai to quarantine.

GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDING IN-PERSON WORSHIP

In order for everyone to remain safe while worshiping with us, we ask that you attend church with the following expectations:

  • Approach the sanctuary with a cloth face mask that completely covers your mouth and nose. Wait for instructions before removing your face mask once you are in the sanctuary.
  • Use a name tag to help us identify who you are. (It’s a little trickier with face masks!)
  • You will be asked to affirm that you are healthy & have no symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Your temperature will be taken before entering the sanctuary (with a “no touch” thermometer).
  • You may drop off your offering in an offering bowl as you enter or leave the sanctuary.
  • An usher will assist you in finding a seat. Once you are seated, please remain in your seat until the end of the worship service. If you have to use the restroom or leave your seat for any other emergencies, please place your face mask back on and allow others around you to do the same.
  • Do not plan to make any verbal announcements. Please submit any verbal announcements in writing to the church office ahead of time.
  • Offer joys and concerns for our prayer time by writing them down on a prayer card and dropping off the card as you enter. You may also contact the church office or the pastor directly.
  • Put your face mask back on before the benediction and keep it on until you are at your car or off church property.
  • Take your bulletin home with you or drop it off in the blue recycling container next to the Deacons’ cabinet.
  • Please return permanent name tags (if you have one at the church) to the table in front of the name tag cabinet. Do not replace your name tag directly into the cabinet!
  • Children are asked to sit with their families. There will be no Sunday school at the church until further notice.
  • Children are not allowed to use playground equipment or play games with others where physical contact is involved.
  • Remember: please stay home if you are sick, if you have a fever or any other symptoms of COVID-19; or have had any known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days.

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