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Worship | How He Loves Us

Worship | How He Loves Us

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2015 Youth Outing

2015 Youth Outing

Youth Outing at Bay View Mini Putt & Zipline

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A Look Back at CCWO

A Look Back at CCWO

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"Alive" (Mary Magdalene)

"Alive" (Mary Magdalene)

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Resurrection Day Celebration - Worship

Resurrection Day Celebration - Worship

Celebrating the Resurrection Day of our Lord Jesus Christ at Calvary Chapel West Oahu.CCWO Worship Teamwww.calvarychapelwestoahu.org

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  • December 27, 2015

    FAMILY PRAYER GATHERING: There will be a family prayer meeting at Aloha Stadium TODAY, Sunday, December 27th. There will be a time of sharing from the word of God as well as a time of prayer and special music by local Christian artists. It is our hope that the Lord pour out His Spirit in a fresh and powerful way upon each life and upon these islands. See Pastor Charles or John Sadowski for more information.

    FAMILY PRAYER NIGHT: Next Sunday, January 3rd, 2016 is our time to get together as a church family in Christ where we can come and intercede for one another in the body of Christ. So please, we invite everyone to come out and join us for a time of prayer at 6 PM right here in our sanctuary.

    FOOD & FELLOWSHIP: Everyone is invited to join us for “Food and Fellowship” next Sunday, January 3rd after the 2nd service on the lanai. We will have hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink available for a suggested donation of $1.50. This ministry is an extension of the Youth Ministry so for all the Youth in the Fellowship, please consider signing up to help in this event.  See Hendrik Feliciano or Felix Tan for more information.

    BLOOD DRIVE: The Hawaii Blood Bank will be here in our church parking lot on Sunday, January 10th, 2016 after both services. They will be open from 7:30 AM to 12:30 PM so if you are able to donate please stop by!

    STUDIES ON BREAK: The following studies will be on break until January 2016: Women’s Prayer, One to One Discipling, Living Waters, Men’s Bible Study and Mom’s & Tots (on break until further notice).

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: The NEW quarter has begun, so please prayerfully consider being part of this extraordinary ministry. We are STILL in need of teachers and helpers for the nursery and 3rd-5th grade classes this quarter. If you’ve been part of the fellowship for 6 months or more, we’d love to have you as part of the team that develops our next generation of Christian leaders. A sign-up sheet is available on the bulletin board. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao, if you believe God is tugging at your heart to serve in this ministry.

    AWANA: There is still opportunity to register your kids as well as to tell your neighbors about this great ministry for kids from 3 years old to 6th grade. Please encourage your children who are registered to bring a friend.  Adults are still welcome to serve as a volunteer leader too. We will be on break from SUNDAY, December 20th and will resume on Sunday, January 10th! See Pastor Dan, Sarah Reed, or Susan Fuchikami for more information.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: The “Art of Marriage” applies biblical truths to real-life issues to help couples strengthen their marriage and renew their relationship. Consider praying about attending this two-day event on Friday, February 5 from 7—9:30 PM and Saturday, February 6 from 9 AM—4 PM here at the church. There will be a FINAL registration on January 17th after both services. You may also sign up in the foyer. For more information, contact Raine & Rosie Lactaoen.

    CHURCH CLOSED: The church will be CLOSED this Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 through Friday January 1st, 2016 in observance of the New Year!

  • December 20, 2015

    LIVE NATIVITY DISPLAY: We have an amazing opportunity in the coming days to put together a live nativity display in the front lawn of our church beginning TODAY Sunday, December 20th– Tuesday, December 22nd from 6 to 8 PM.  If you want to be a part of this ministry then please see Alex Rodriguez for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: This year’s service will be Thursday, December 24th at 6:30 PM. Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade. Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy name. We invite you to bring your favorite potluck dish in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  Servants are still needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up. Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. Please see Pastor Dean Pagan for more information.

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: The NEW quarter has begun, so please prayerfully consider being part of this extraordinary ministry. We are STILL in need of teachers and helpers for the nursery and 3rd-5th grade classes this quarter. If you’ve been part of the fellowship for 6 months or more, we’d love to have you as part of the team that develops our next generation of Christian leaders. We are ALSO IN NEED of teachers, worship, craft, and helpers or monitors during the Christmas Eve Service. A sign-up sheet is available on the bulletin board. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao, if you believe God is tugging at your heart to serve in this ministry.

    MIDWEEK STUDY: There will be NO MIDWEEK SERVICE this Wednesday, December 23rd due to the set up for the Christmas Eve Service and also be NO MIDWEEK service the following Wednesday, December 30th in light of the New Year!

    STUDIES ON BREAK: The following studies will be on break until January 2016: Women’s Prayer, One to One Discipling, Living Waters, Men’s Bible Study and Mom’s & Tots (on break until further notice).

    AWANA: We will be on break from SUNDAY December 20th, 2015 and will resume on Sunday, January 10th! See Pastor Dan, Sarah Reed, or Susan Fuchikami for more information.

    TRAIL LIFE REGISTRATION: There will be registration for Trail Life before and after each service TODAY Sunday, December 20th. Please see Pastor Tau or Michael Williams for more information.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: The “Art of Marriage” applies biblical truths to real-life issues to help couples strengthen their marriage and renew their relationship. Consider praying about attending this two-day event on Friday, February 5 from 7—9:30 PM and Saturday, February 6 from 9 AM—4 PM here at the church. There will be a FINAL REGISTRATION on Sunday January 18th after both services! You may also sign up in the foyer. For more information, contact Raine & Rosie Lactaoen.

    FAMILY PRAYER GATHERING: There will be a family prayer meeting at Aloha Stadium on Sunday, December 27th. There will be a time of sharing from the word of God as well as a time of prayer and special music by local Christian artists. It is our hope that the Lord pour out His Spirit in a fresh and powerful way upon each life and upon these islands. See Pastor Charles or John Sadowski for more information.

  • December 13, 2015

    NEW BABY: Congratulations to Ray and Alana Jones on the birth of their son, Josiah Ray Gaitley Jones. He was born November 27th, 2015 at 2:23 A.M. and he came in weighing 9 lbs. 2 oz. and 19.5 inches long. Mom and baby are doing great!

    LIVE NATIVITY DISPLAY: We have an amazing opportunity in the coming weeks to put together a live nativity display in the front lawn of our church on Sunday, December 20th– Tuesday, December 22nd from 6 to 8 PM. If you want to be a part of this ministry then please see Alex Rodriguez for more information.

    SEAMSTRESS WANTED: We are in need of a seamstress or someone who is able to help with costume alterations for the Live Nativity Display. Please see Irene Couch or Alex Rodriguez if you are interested in helping.

    CHRISTMAS CAROLING: Come be a blessing to others as we sing Christmas Carols on Monday, December 14th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at Queens Medical Center West.  The minimum age requirement is 18 years old to participate. We will meet in the lobby at 6:30 PM. Please see Nan Sciulli or refer to insert for more information.

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO: Please join us this Wednesday, December 16th at 7 PM for a Christmas reading and a special time of music. Children are encouraged to join their parents in the sanctuary as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Please bring a dessert to share after the service.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: This year’s service will be Thursday, December 24th at 6:30 PM. Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade. Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy name. We invite you to bring your favorite potluck dish in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.

    VOLUNTEERS are still needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up. Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. Please see Pastor Dean Pagan for more information.

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: The NEW quarter has begun, so please prayerfully consider being part of this extraordinary ministry. We are STILL in need of teachers and helpers for the nursery and 3rd-5th grade classes this quarter. If you’ve been part of the fellowship for 6 months or more, we’d love to have you as part of the team that develops our next generation of Christian leaders. We are ALSO IN NEED of teachers, worship, craft, and helpers or monitors during the Christmas Eve Service. A sign-up sheet is available on the bulletin board. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao, if you believe God is tugging at your heart to serve in this ministry.

    AWANA: There is still opportunity to register your kids as well as to tell your neighbors about this great ministry for kids from 3 years old to 6th grade. Please encourage your children who are registered to bring a friend.  This Sunday’s theme is “Christmastime is Here”. Adults are still welcome to serve as a volunteer leader too. We will be on break from SUNDAY December 20th, 2015 and will resume on Sunday, January 10th! See Pastor Dan, Sarah Reed, or Susan Fuchikami for more information.

    TRAIL LIFE REGISTRATION: There will be registration for Trail Life before and after each service TODAY Sunday December 13th and next Sunday December 20th.Please see Pastor Tau or Michael Williams for more information.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: The “Art of Marriage” applies biblical truths to real- life issues to help couples strengthen their marriage and renew their relationship. Consider praying about attending this two-day event on Friday, February 5 from 7—9:30 PM and Saturday, February 6 from 9 AM—4 PM here at the church. There will be a one day registration TODAY December 13 after both services. You may also sign up in the foyer. For more information, contact Raine & Rosie Lactaoen.

  • December 6, 2015

    SUNDAY NIGHT PRAYER: Please join us for Prayer Night tonight at 6:00 PM here in the sanctuary! As always, everyone is invited!

    FOOD & FELLOWSHIP: Everyone is invited to join us for “Food and Fellowship” TODAY after the 2nd service on the lanai. We will have hot dogs or hamburgers with chips and a drink available for a suggested donation of $1.50. This ministry is an extension of the Youth Ministry so for all the Youth in the Fellowship, please consider signing up to help in this event. See Hendrik Feliciano or Felix Tan for more information.

    LIVE NATIVITY DISPLAY: We have an amazing opportunity in the coming weeks to put together a live nativity display in the front lawn of our church during this Christmas Season. If you want to be a part of this ministry then please come to the meeting today after the 2nd Service in Classroom #1. Please see Alex Rodriguez for more information.

    SEAMSTRESS WANTED: We are in need of a seamstress or someone who is able to help with costume alterations for the Live Nativity Display. Please see Irene Couch or Alex Rodrigues if you are interested in helping.

    CHILDREN’S CHURCH: The NEW quarter begins TODAY so please prayerfully consider being part of this extraordinary ministry. If you’ve been part of the fellowship for 6 months or more, we’d love to have you as part of the team that develops our next generation of Christian leaders. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao, if you believe God is tugging at your heart to serve in this ministry.

    AWANA: There is still opportunity to register your kids as well as to tell your neighbors about this great ministry for kids from 3 years old to 6th grade. Please encourage your children who are registered to bring a friend. This Sunday’s theme is “Bible Quiz Introduction”. Adults are still welcome to serve as a volunteer leader too. See Pastor Dan, Sarah Reed, or Susan Fuchikami for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: This year’s service will be Thursday, December 24th at 6:30 PM. Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade. Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name. More flyers are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail. We invite you to bring your favorite potluck dish in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service. VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up. Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. Please see Pastor Dean for more information.

    CRAFT NIGHT: This Friday, December 11th, 2015 Liz Santa Ana will be hosting a craft night here at CCWO. She will be outside on the lanai with a sign up sheet for those who would like more information.

    FAMILY PRAYER GATHERING: There will be a family prayer meeting at Aloha Stadium on Sunday, December 27th, 2015. There will be a time of sharing from the word of God as well as a time of prayer and special music by local Christian artists. It is our hope that the Lord pour out His Spirit in a fresh and powerful way upon each life and upon these islands. See Pastor Charles or John Sadowski or look at the flyer in the bulletin for more information.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: The “Art of Marriage” applies biblical truths to real-life issues to help couples strengthen their marriage and renew their relationship. Consider praying about attending this two-day event on Friday, February 5 from 7—9:30 PM and Saturday, February 6 from 9 AM—4 PM here at the church. There will be a one day registration on December 13 after both services. You may also sign up in the foyer. For more information, contact Raine & Rosie Lactaoen.

  • December 28, 2014

    JENKINS FAMILY: Please keep the Jenkins family in your prayer as Sara Jenkins, Pastor Kelly’s mom, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday. Please pray for comfort and encouragement for the family.

    CHURCH CLOSURE: The church office and facility will be closed on Tuesday, December 30th through Thursday, January 1st. Happy New Year!

    CCWO 2015 FELLOWSHIP DIRECTORY: Cameron Stevens will be taking pictures for the 2015 Fellowship Directory beginning next Sunday, January 4th. He will be available on the front lawn after both services. If you are taking a picture, please give the enclosed insert to Cameron. We have the pictures and information updates from last year so you only need to complete a new one if you need to make changes or would like a new picture. See Kim Jacobson for more information.

    SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE: Please note that the Sunday Evening Service with Pastor Tau will be on break tonight. It will resume next week, January 4th @ 6 PM.

    WOMEN’S PRAYER: Our Women’s Prayer Group will be on break this Tuesday, December 30th. They will resume meeting next Tuesday, January 6th at 9 AM. If you need more information, please see Irene Couch.

    MIDWEEK SERVICE: Please note that there will be no Mid–Week Service this Wednesday, December 31st. We will resume our Mid–Week Service next Wednesday, January 7th with Praise and Worship.

    UNPLUGGED & EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP ON BREAK: Please note that these fellowships will be on break for the month of December and January. They will resume in February 2015. Please see Pastor Felix Tan or Frank DeCoite for more information.

    PERFORMING HEARTS: Please note that the “perFORMING heARTS” ministry will not be meeting in December. Please prayerfully consider being a part of this drama ministry in 2015. For questions, please see Kim Jacobson.

    AWANA: This ministry will be on break from December 17th through December 31st. They will resume meeting on Wednesday, January 7th @ 7 PM. Please see Pastor Dan for any questions.

    MEN’S SOFTBALL: Attention all Men! The 2015 softball season will begin January 31st. There is a sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board. Please see Jeff Schichi if you have any questions.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: Please mark your calendar for Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here on Friday, February 6th and Saturday, February 7th. More information will be available next Sunday. Please see Rosie Lactaoen for more information.

    DISTRACTIONS: As we gather together to worship our Lord in song and to study His Word, it is truly our desire to allow the Lord to minister to each and every heart both personally and individually. So, we humbly request your help in making that all possible by keeping the distractions to a minimum during this important time of corporate worship. Thanks so much! With much love for you all, the pastoral staff of CCWO.

  • December 21, 2014

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: Our Christmas Eve Service is this Wednesday, December 24th @ 6:30 PM. Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade. Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us. We invite you to bring your favorite potluck dish for everyone to share  immediately following the service. Families whose last name begins with A-L, please bring a main dish, and M-Z, please bring a side dish (salads, fruits, noodles, etc.). All singles are asked to bring a dessert. VOLUNTEERS are still needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up. Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SET UP: The setup is scheduled @ 8 AM on Wednesday, December 24th for the Christmas Eve Service in the church parking lot. Volunteers for the decorations is @ 9 AM. Please prayerfully consider signing up for these ministries if you are available to lend a hand in these areas. See Pastor Dean or Pastor Felix for more information.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY: We still have a need for helpers on Christmas Eve. There is a sign up sheet in the foyer. Also, there will be a meeting today for helpers who have already signed up and anyone who is considering helping in this ministry. The meeting is in classroom #2 after the second service. If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao for more information

    CHURCH CLOSURE: The church office and facility will be closed on Tuesday, December 30th through Thursday, January 1st. Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year!

    WOMEN’S PRAYER: Our Women’s Prayer Group will be on break next Tuesday, December 30th. They will resume meeting Tuesday, January 6th at 9 AM. If you need more information, please see Irene Couch.

    MIDWEEK SERVICE: Please note that there will be no Mid–Week Service next Wednesday, December 31st. We will resume our Mid–Week Service Wednesday, January 7th with Praise and Worship.

    UNPLUGGED & EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP ON BREAK: Please note that these fellowships will be on break for the month of December and January. They will resume in February 2015. Please see Pastor Felix Tan or Frank DeCoite for more information.

    PERFORMING HEARTS: Please note that the “perFORMING heARTS” ministry will not be meeting in December. Please prayerfully consider being a part of this drama ministry in 2015. For questions, please see Kim Jacobson.

    AWANA: This ministry will be on break from December 17th through December 31st. They will resume meeting on Wednesday, January 7th @ 7 PM. Please see Pastor Dan for any questions.

    MEN’S SOFTBALL: Attention all Men! The 2015 softball season will begin January 31st. There is a sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board. Please see Jeff Schichi if you have any questions.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: Please mark your calendar for Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here on Friday, February 6th and Saturday, February 7th. More information will be available next Sunday. Please see Rosie Lactaoen for more information.

  • December 14, 2014

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO: Please join us this Wednesday, December 17th @ 7 PM for a Christmas reading and a special time of music. Children are encouraged to join their parents in the sanctuary as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Please bring a dessert to share after the service. A sign–up sheet is located on the bulletin board.

    EWA BEACH PARADE: This year’s parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 20th @ 10 AM. We need donations of hard candies. Please bring them to the church office Monday–Friday from 8 AM—4 PM. If you would like to participate by walking and hand-ing out candy during the parade, please sign up on the bulletin board. Please note that the parade route is 23 miles. Please see Pastor Tau or Pastor Kelly for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: This year’s service will be Wednesday, December 24th @ 6:30 PM. Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade. Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us. We invite you to bring your favorite potluck dish for everyone to share immediately following the service. Families whose last name begins with A-L, please bring a main dish, and M-Z, please bring a side dish (salads, fruits, noodles, etc.). All singles are asked to bring a dessert. VOLUNTEERS are still needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up. Sign–up sheets are located in
    the foyer.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY: There are still opportunities to serve in the 2’s & 3’s, 4’s & 5’s, 3rd 5th grade, as well as the 6th - 8th grade class. Please prayerfully consider your part in this vital ministry. If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao for more information.

    PERFORMING HEARTS: PARENTS, if you could please dress your children in Christmas colors on Sunday, December 21st, as the children will be presenting Christmas carols to the congregation. For more information please see Kim Jacobson.

    UNPLUGGED & EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP ON BREAK: Please note that these fellowships will be on break for the month of December and January. They will resume in February 2015. Please see Pastor Felix Tan or Frank DeCoite for more information.

    ROYAL KUNIA HOME FELLOWSHIP: The fellowship meeting Fridays at the home of Daniel and Maria Scheidt is on break from November 28th through December 12th. They will resume meeting Friday, December 19th at 7 PM. Please see Pastor Tau for any questions.

    PERFORMING HEARTS: Please note that the “perFORMING heARTS” ministry will not be meeting in December.  Please prayerfully consider being a part of this drama ministry in 2015. For questions, please see Kim Jacobson.

    AWANA: This ministry will be on break from December 17th through December 31st. They will resume meeting on Wednesday, January 7th @ 7 PM. Please see Pastor Dan for any questions.

    MEN’S SOFTBALL: Attention all Men! The 2015 softball season will begin January 31st. There is a sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board. Please see Jeff Schichi if you have any questions.

  • December 7, 2014

    SUNDAY NIGHT PRAYER: Please join us in the sanctuary tonight from 6 - 7 PM for a time of corporate prayer. Jesus promised that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything you ask, it will be done by My Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them (Matthew 18:19-20).

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY: The new quarter begins today. There are opportunities to serve in the 2’s & 3’s, 4’s & 5’s, 3rd 5th grade, as well as the 6th - 8th grade class. Please prayerfully consider your part in this vital ministry. If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao for more information.

    MID–WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE: This Wednesday will be a time we set aside for a time of worship, prayer and communion. We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship this Wednesday, December 10th @ 7 PM in the sanctuary.

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO: Please join us Wednesday, December 17th @ 7 PM for a Christmas reading and a special time of music. Children are encouraged to join their parents in the sanctuary as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Please bring a dessert to share after the service. A sign–up sheet is located on the bulletin board.

    EWA BEACH PARADE: This year’s parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 20th @ 10 AM. We need donations of hard candies. Please bring them to the church office Monday–Friday from 8 AM—4 PM. If you would like to participate by walking and hand-ing out candy during the parade, please sign up on the bulletin board. Please note that the parade route is 23 miles. Please see Pastor Tau or Pastor Kelly for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE: This year’s service will be Wednesday, December 24th @ 6:30 PM. Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade. Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name. More flyers are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail. We invite you to bring your favorite potluck dish in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service. VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up. Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer.

    UNPLUGGED & EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP ON BREAK: Please note that these fellowships will be on break for the month of December and January. They will resume in February 2015. Please see Pastor Felix Tan or Frank DeCoite for more information.

    ROYAL KUNIA HOME FELLOWSHIP: The fellowship meeting Fridays at the home of Daniel and Maria Scheidt is on break from November 28th through December 12th. They will resume meeting Friday, December 19th at 7 PM. Please see Pastor Tau for any questions.

    PERFORMING HEARTS: Please note that the “perFORMING heARTS” ministry will not be meeting in December. Please prayerfully consider being a part of this drama ministry in 2015. For questions, please see Kim Jacobson.

    MEN’S SOFTBALL: Attention all Men! The 2015 softball season will begin January 31st. There is a sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board. Please see Jeff Schichi if you have any questions.

  • November 30, 2014

    UNPLUGGED: Please note that “Unplugged” is cancelled this Friday, November 28th. They will resume Friday, December 5th with guest speaker Don Stewart. Please see Pastor Felix if you have any questions.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY: The new quarter begins next Sunday, December 7th. Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this vital ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their hearts for Jesus. Opportunities are available for teachers, assistants, and worship leaders. Full curriculum is provided. If you have attended CCWO for about 6 months and would like to serve, the sign–up board is located on the Lanai. Please see Pastor Dan or Karen Mancao for more information. Mahalo to all those who are currently serving this quarter!

    MID–WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE: Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of worship, prayer and communion. We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship this Wednesday, December 3rd at 7 PM in the sanctuary.

    SUNDAY NIGHT PRAYER: Please join us in the sanctuary next Sunday, December 7th at 6 PM for a time of corporate prayer. Jesus promised that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything you ask, it will be done by My Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them (Matthew 18:19-20).

    EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP ON BREAK: Please note this fellowship will be on break for the month of December and January. They will resume on the 1st Friday of February 2015. Please see Frank DeCoite for more information.

    PERFORMING HEARTS: Please note that the “perFORMING heARTS” ministry will not be meeting in November or December. Please prayerfully consider being a part of this drama ministry in 2015. For questions, please see Kim Jacobson.

    MEN’S SOFTBALL: Attention all Men! The 2015 softball season will begin January 31st. There is a sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board. Please see Jeff Schichi if you have any questions.

    CCWO DIRECTORY: Anyone with the ability to produce our Fellowship Listing, please see Pastor Felix.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE: Please mark your calendar for Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here on Friday, February 6th and Saturday, February 7th. There is a signup sheet on the bulletin board. Please see Rosie Lactaoen for more information.

    DISTRACTIONS: As we gather together to worship our Lord in song and to study His Word, it is truly our desire to allow the Lord to minister to each and every heart both personally and individually. So, we humbly request your help in making that all possible by keeping the distractions to a minimum during this important time of corporate worship. Thanks so much! With much love for you all, the pastoral staff of CCWO.

  • December 29, 2013

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  We would like to thank everyone who had a part in all that was needed to facilitate our Christmas Eve Service as well as our Children’s Program.  We greatly appreciate your time, prayers and support.  We could not have done it without you! 

    SUNDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  Please join us here in the sanctuary next Sunday, January 5th from 6­ - 7 PM for a time of corporate prayer.  Jesus promised that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything you ask, it will be done by My Father in heaven.  For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them (Matthew 18:19­ - 20).

    WOMEN’S STUDY:  Attention ladies!  The next women’s Bible study, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, begins Thursday, January 30th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  This is a study taught by Cheryl Brodersen via video.  Please see the sign–up sheets on the bulletin board.  For more information, please see Irene Couch.

    WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Ladies, we invite you to join us for a time of worship and fellowship Saturday, February 1st from 8–10 AM in the sanctuary.  Please sign up on the bulletin board so we can plan for food preparation.  Please see Irene Couch for any questions.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE:  We are excited to announce Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here Friday, February 7th and Saturday, February 8th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  Please see Rosie Lactaoen on the Lanai to sign up. 

    SERVANT SCHOOL:  There will be no Servant School tonight.  We will resume our study Sunday, January 12th at 6 PM. 

    MID­WEEK SERVICE:  Please note that there will be no Mid–Week Service this Wednesday, January 1st.  We will resume our Mid–Week Service Wednesday, January 8th with Praise and Worship.

    CHURCH CLOSURE:  In observance of the New Year, the church office and facility is closed Tuesday, December 31st and Wednesday, January 1st.  Happy New Year!

    WOMEN’S PRAYER:  Our Women’s Prayer Group will be on break this Tuesday, December 31st.  They will resume meeting Tuesday, January 7th at 9 AM.  If you need more information, please see Irene Couch.

    SEGUE:  Our Young Adults Ministry “Segue” will be on break through January 3rd.  They will resume meeting Friday, January 10th at 7 PM at the Tan’s home.  Please see Pastor Felix or Karen for any questions.

    YOUTH GROUP:  The Youth (9th­ - 12th grade) will be on break through January 2nd.  They will resume meeting Thursday, January 9th at 6 PM in classroom #4.  If you have questions, please see Hendrik Feliciano.

    HOME FELLOWSHIPS:  Please note that our Ewa Beach fellowship meeting at the home of Frank and Jessie DeCoite is on break for January.  Their next meeting will be Friday, February 7th at 7 PM.  Also, Dan and Kim Jacobson’s Iroquois Point home fellowship is cancelled for this Saturday, January 4th.  They will resume Saturday, January 11th at 3 PM.

  • I WILL REMEMBER

    Back in 1964 a Waikiki entertainer, Kui Lee, wrote a very popular song titled, "I Will Remember You.”  Terry Butler wrote, "I will Remember.”  As Christians, we remember Jesus hanging on the cross on the hill called Golgotha.  We remember Him stripped of His clothing and hammered there with nails by the soldiers.  He was offered sour wine, laughed at, insulted, cursed and given no respect.  We deserve this punishment not Jesus.  In Luke 23:40­43, one of the criminals that was on one side of Jesus shouted insults at Him while the other said, you ought to be afraid of God.  Then he said, "Lord remember me when You come into Your Kingdom.”  Jesus replied, "Assuredly I say to you, today you will be with Me in Paradise.”  Through all of this Jesus remembered that criminal.  Likewise, we should remember Jesus, as written in the songs, living only to remember Him, in His arms someday I'll return to stay, Your perfect ways are holy and just, Your power and might, there is no one as great as You.  So as we finish celebrating the end of a year and the start of a new, let us always REMEMBER in our hearts Jesus Christ.  We will remember You, Jesus!

    ~ Bobby Silva ~
     

  • December 22, 2013

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  Our service is this Tuesday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional flyers are available in the foyer.  Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  Sign–up sheets for set–up, decorating and clean–up are located in the foyer.  Please note that set­up will begin at 7 AM Tuesday morning. 

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY CHRISTMAS EVE:  Mahalo to those who have signed up.  It’s not too late to get involved!  If you’ve yet to do so, please sign up on the bulletin board.  All Children’s Ministers for our Christmas Eve Service please plan on attending a brief meeting today at 12:15 PM in classroom #1.  Please see Pastor John for questions.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE:  We are excited to announce Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here Friday, February 7th and Saturday, February 8th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  Please see Rosie Lactaoen on the Lanai to sign up. 

    SUNDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  Please join us here in the sanctuary Sunday, January 5th from 6­ - 7 PM for a time of corporate prayer.  Jesus promised that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything you ask, it will be done by My Father in heaven.  For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them (Matthew 18:19­20).

    SERVANT SCHOOL:  There will be no Servant School tonight or next Sunday, December 29th.  We will resume our study Sunday, January 12th at 6 PM. 

    MID­WEEK SERVICE:  Please note that there will be no Mid–Week Service this Wednesday, December 25th or next Wednesday, January 1st.  We will resume our Mid–Week Service Wednesday, January 8th with Praise and Worship.

    CHURCH CLOSURE:  The church office and facility will be closed Wednesday,  December 25th, Tuesday December 31st and Wednesday January 1st. Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year!

    WOMEN’S PRAYER:  Our Women’s Prayer Group will be on break this Tuesday, December 24th and next Tuesday, December 31st.  They will resume meeting Tuesday, January 7th at 9 AM.  If you need more information, please see Irene Couch.

    SEGUE:  Our Young Adults Ministry “Segue” will be on break through January 3rd.  They will resume meeting Friday, January 10th at 7 PM at the Tan’s home.  Please see Pastor Felix or Karen for any questions.

    YOUTH GROUP:  The Youth (9th­ - 12th grade) will be on break through January 2nd.  They will resume meeting Thursday, January 9th at 6 PM in classroom #4.  If you have questions, please see Hendrik Feliciano.

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  There will be no Men’s Fellowship Breakfast for the month of December.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship Saturday, January 25th at 7 AM in the sanctuary.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information. 

  • THAT HE GAVE

    “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”  (John 3:16)

    Someone once said that everyone knows the real reason for the season, and that reason is commonly known by most Christians; but do you “personally” know the reason why Jesus came?  Sadly, there are many that can’t directly answer this question – even some Christians.  If you have to think, chances are, you may not know it.  I think the main reason there is some truth to this statement is not everyone has accepted the Lord’s gift of salvation – even some self­proclaimed Christians in the religious circle.  To think that God has given the greatest gift known, to man the most undeserving of creatures, is beyond all of our capacity to understand fully, except that the verse simply says, “…that he gave.”  God gave because he loved us.  Don’t let the commercialism and materialism of the season distract you from knowing Jesus personally in your heart this Christmas.  This is one decision that no one should leave to chance.  Please have the assurance of salvation by receiving God’s gift in your heart today.  May all of us take the time this Christmas season to appraise the value of what God has already given us – the gift of salvation from the judgment of sin through his son Jesus Christ.  Merry CHRISTmas!

    ~ Pastor Felix Tan ~

  • December 15, 2013

    AFTERGLOW BELIEVERS’ MEETING:  Please join us tonight at 6 PM here in the sanctuary as we seek the Lord through worship, prayer, the Word and the ministry of the Holy Spirit.  God is with us.  Consider the implications and imagine the possibilities!  Let’s seek Him together tonight!  Please see Pastor John for more information.

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO:  Please bring your family and join us this Wednesday, December 18th at 7 PM for a Christmas story and a special time of music as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  You are welcome to bring a “yuletide goodie” to share after the service.  A sign–up sheet is located on the bulletin board. 

    YOUTH CHRISTMAS DINNER:  All High School Youth (9th ­- 12th grade) are invited to Tsukiji Fish Market & Restaurant this Thursday, December 19th.  Cost is $37 for CCWO youth and $45 for guests.  Drop­off is 5 PM and pick­up is 9:30 PM here at the church facility.  Permission slips and liability waivers are available in the foyer.  Please see Hendrik Feliciano or contact him if you need more information.

    EWA BEACH PARADE:  This year’s parade is scheduled for this Saturday, December 21st at 10 AM.  If you have donations of hard candies, please bring them to the church office during the week from 8 AM­ - 4 PM or with you on Saturday.  If you would like to participate by walking and distributing candy and flyers during the parade, please sign up on the bulletin board.  Please note that the parade route is approximately 2 miles.  Please see Pastor Tau or Pastor Kelly for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  This year’s service will be Tuesday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional flyers are available in the foyer.  Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  Sign–up sheets for set–up, decorating and clean–up are located in the foyer. 

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY CHRISTMAS EVE:  Calling all Children’s Ministers for our Christmas Eve Service Tuesday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Please sign up on the bulletin board if you would like to help.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY DONATIONS:  There’s an opportunity to bless the Children’s Ministry by donating the following items for our Christmas Eve Service ­ wrapping paper, fun size candy bars, mini pretzels, popcorn or gold fish.  Please bring them to the church office during the week or Sunday.  If you have any larger size boxes we could wrap as decorations for the sanctuary, please see Pastor John or call the church office.  Mahalo!

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us this Thursday, December 19th at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    SEGUE:  Please note that our Young Adults Ministry “Segue” will be on break from December 20th through January 3rd.  They will resume meeting Friday, January 10th at 7 PM at the Tan’s home.  Please see Pastor Felix or Karen for any questions.

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Please note there will be no Men’s Fellowship Breakfast for the month of December.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship Saturday, January 25th at 7 AM in the sanctuary.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information. 

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE:  We are excited to announce Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here Friday, February 7th and Saturday, February 8th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  Please see Rosie Lactaoen on the Lanai to sign up.

  • WHO DO MEN SAY THAT I AM

     …He asked His disciples, saying, “Who do men say that I, the Son of Man, am?”  (Matthew 16:13)

    This is one of the greatest questions a person will ever have to answer for themselves.  It will matter for all eternity.  When Jesus asked His disciples this question, they said, “Some say John the Baptist, some Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.”  Today there are some who say Jesus was a good, moral teacher.  But no mere “example” or “moral teacher” would ever claim that the destiny of the world lay in His hands, or that people would spend eternity in heaven or hell depending on whether they believed in Him (John 6:26­40).  The only example this would provide would be one of insanity.  And for Jesus to convince people that He was God (John 8:58) and the Savior of the world (Luke 19:10) when He really wasn’t would be the ultimate immorality.  Therefore, to say that Jesus was just a good, moral teacher makes no sense.  The primary reason Jesus came into the world was not to be some kind of moral influence, but rather to die for the sins of humankind.  Jesus affirmed that it was for the very purpose of dying that He came into the world (John 12:27).  It was only God who could live the perfect life to die for the sins of the world (1 John 2:2) and Jesus is God who came in the flesh (1 John 4:2­3).  So, who do you say the Son of Man is?  Receive Him as your personal Lord and Savior today and truly, truly you will have a merry Christ­mas (John 3:16).  Praise Jesus!

    ~ Pastor Kelly Jenkins ~

  • HOW GREAT IS OUR GOD!

     

    Zephaniah, one of the Minor Prophets, prophesied during the reign of King Josiah.  Josiah did what was right in the sight of the Lord by purging Jerusalem and Judah of pagan worship.  He was remembered as Judah’s greatest king.  Zephaniah warned that the final days were near and divine judgment was coming.  He exhorted the people to seek the Lord.  He proclaimed the promise of salvation for His believing remnant.

                                                    In that day it shall be said to Jerusalem:

                                                    “Do not fear; Zion, let not your hands be weak.

                                                    The Lord your God in your midst,

                                                    The Mighty One, will save;

                                                    He will rejoice over you with gladness,

                                                    He will quiet you with His love,

                                                    He will rejoice over you with singing.”  (Zephaniah 3:16­17)

    These poetic verses are a hymn of rejoicing in the Lord’s redemption and grace.  While it is tells Judah about the Messianic Age, it is also for us as sinners redeemed by Jesus ­ His bride, His church.  It speaks to us today, as we follow Him and walk with Him, He rejoices over us with gladness, quiets us with His love, and rejoices over us with singing.  Wow!  How great is our God!

    ~ Russell Henna ~

     

  • December 8, 2013

    PASTORS’ WIVES CONFERENCE:  Ladies, please join us here in the sanctuary tonight from 6 - ­8 PM to watch some teaching from the 2013 Pastors’ Wives Conference titled “With All Your Heart.”  Please invite a friend and come be blessed by an exhortation from Proverbs 3:5­6.  Please see Irene Couch for more information.

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO :  Please join us Wednesday, December 18th at 7 PM for a Christmas reading and a special time of music.  Children are encouraged to join their parents in the sanctuary as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Please bring a dessert to share after the service.  A sign–up sheet is located on the bulletin board. 

    EWA BEACH PARADE:  This year’s parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 21st at 10 AM.  We need donations of hard candies.  Please bring them to the church office Monday – Friday from 8 AM­ - 4 PM or with you next Sunday.  If you would like to participate by walking and handing out candy during the parade, please sign up on the bulletin board.  Please note that the parade route is 2­3 miles.  Please see Pastor Tau or Pastor Kelly for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  This year’s service will be Tuesday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided through 5th grade.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  There are more available in the foyer.  Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately    following the service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, decorating and clean–up.  Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. 

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY CHRISTMAS EVE:  Calling all Children’s Ministers for our Christmas Eve Service Tuesday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Please sign up on the bulletin board if you would like to help.  Please see Pastor John for any questions.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY DONATIONS:  There’s an opportunity to bless the Children’s Ministry by donating the following items for our Christmas Eve Service ­ wrapping paper, fun size candy bars, mini pretzels, popcorn or gold fish.  Please bring them to the church office during the week or on Sundays.  If you have any larger size boxes we could wrap as decorations for the sanctuary, please see Pastor John or call the church office at 689-6297.  Mahalo!

    LADIES CHRISTMAS PARTY:  All ladies are invited to the Daughters of the King Christmas fellowship this Tuesday, December 10th at 6:30 PM in classroom #5 & #6.  Please bring a Christmas treat or dish to share and a $5 gift to exchange.  The sign­up sheet is on the bulletin board.  For questions, please contact Abby Quast.

    YOUTH CHRISTMAS DINNER:  All High School Youth (9th - ­12th grade) are invited to  Tsukiji Fish Market & Restaurant Thursday, December 19th.  Cost is $37 for CCWO youth and $45 for guests.  Drop­off is at 5 PM and pick­up is at 9:30 PM here at the church  facility.  Permission slips and liability waivers are available in the foyer.  Please see Hendrik Feliciano if you need more information.

    PHILIPPINES RELIEF FUND:  If you would like to donate to the relief efforts in the Philippines, please make your check payable to CCWO and note that it is for the Philippines fund.  All donations will be sent to Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa and 100% will be used for the Philippines.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE:  Please mark your calendar for Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” here on Friday, February 7th and Saturday, February 8th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for more information.  Please see Rosie Lactaoen on the Lanai to sign up.

  • LOVE ONE ANOTHER

    “So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.”  (Psalm 90:12)


    With the end of another year I am amazed at how quickly time has gone by.  Truly, life is but a vapor.  The recent tragedy of the young lives that were ended senselessly reminds us that we never know when the lives of the people we love will end.  I wonder how many of those parents regret not telling their child “I love you”?  Unfortunately, many of us take our spouses, children, and friends for granted.  We may be expressing our love only sometimes or not at all.  I encourage you to step up to the plate and be obedient to the commandment to love.  First, love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength (Deuteronomy 6:5, Matthew 22:37) because by loving God you will supernaturally be empowered to truly love others.  Secondly, do not hold back any words of blessing, encouragement, appreciation or adoration.  Use your words to express your love and back it up with your deeds.  Third, pray and ask God for a tender and loving heart to see the opportunities to be a vessel of His Love.  Finally, be doers of His Word and not hearers only (James 1:22).  Happy New Year!
     

    ~ Whitney Vellalos ~

  • December 30, 2012

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  We would like to thank everyone who had a part in all that was needed to facilitate our Christmas Eve Service as well as our Children’s Program.  We greatly appreciate your time, prayers and support.  We could not have done it without you! 

    MID–WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:  Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of worship, prayer and communion.  We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship and fellowship this Wednesday at 7 PM in the  sanctuary. 

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us Monday, January 7th at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to  consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15) begins Wednesday, January 16th at 7 PM.  You may begin registering your children today.  Please pick up a form in the foyer.  More information is available on the enclosed insert.  For additional questions, please see Pastor John.

    NURSERY/TODDLER MINISTRY:  There is an opportunity to serve God’s precious lambs on Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings.  Please be praying for this important ministry.  If interested, please see Pastor John.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us Thursday, January 17th at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    WOMEN’S MINISTRY:  Attention ladies!  The next women’s Bible study, Esther: it’s tough being a woman, begins Thursday, January 24th at 9 AM and 7 PM.  This is a 10–week study taught by Beth Moore via video.  Please see the sign–up sheets on the bulletin board.  For more information, please see Irene Couch.

    MARRIAGE CONFERENCE:  We are excited to announce Family Life’s, “the art of marriage–getting to the heart of God’s design” small group study here on Friday, February 8th and Saturday, February 9th.  Please see the enclosed flyer for details.  There is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board if you are interested in attending. 

    HOSPITALITY MINISTRY:  We are looking for some friendly people to serve at our Welcome Table.  If you’ve been attending CCWO about 6 months and consider this your church home, this is a great ministry opportunity.  For questions, please see Pastor Tau.

    DISTRACTIONS:  As we gather together to worship our Lord in song and to study His Word, it is truly our desire to allow the Lord to minister to each and every heart both personally and individually.  So, we humbly request your help in making that all possible by keeping the distractions to a minimum during this important time of corporate worship. Thanks so much!  With much love for you all, the pastoral staff of CCWO.

  • FOR HE ALONE IS WORTHY!

    “You are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power.” (Revelation 4:11)


    So many things around us compete for our attention, but what is truly worthy of glory?  What or who should we give our glory, honor and power to?  Who is worthy of our worship?  Our English word, “worship” comes from the old English.  It was used to ascribe worth to that which is worthy.  The Lord alone is worthy of worship!  God alone, because He is the creator, is worthy of our worship. “You are worthy, O Lord… for You created all things...” (Revelation 4:11).  In addition, Jesus who “redeemed” us makes Him doubly worthy of our praise.  Worthy is the Lamb who was slain (Revelation 5:9–12).  Giving glory and honor involves attitudes such as awe, reverence, love and respect.  Giving power speaks of actions such as bowing, praising and serving.  Worship, that is worthy of our God, is to involve the mind, the emotions and the will.  It must be intelligent; it must reach deep within and be motivated by love, and lead to obeying His word.  It’s at minimum a worthy response, freely offered to Him.  Glory to God “for He alone is worthy!

     ~ Pastor John Maher ~

  • THE BATTLE

    “For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son.” (Colossians 1:13 NASB)

    Did you know the video game Black Ops II was recently released with much excitement?  In it we can assume maxed–out, invincible, war fighter status.  We can take bullets and if we die, snap, we come right back.  What a rush!  Why do we plunge into these role player games?  Because real life is hard!  There's sin, sickness, misery, pain and death.  Jesus lovingly beckons us to recognize that there is a battle raging and it's not online–it’s in the world around us.  Sinful decisions reap carnage in our community and on mankind at large.  Jesus promised to give "abundant life" to those who ask and to enable us to bear fruit in the war zone of souls.   Beloved at this time of the year when we celebrate the birth of our Savior, be thankful that someone   recognized your “invisible” wounds and held out the love of Jesus.  Does God want you share this only true “revival shot” with someone you know struggling to find hope?

    ~ Kip Brumm ~

  • December 9, 2012

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  This year’s service will be Monday, December 24th at  6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional flyers are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, overnight security, decorating and clean–up.  Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. 

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service on Sunday, December 23rd at 9 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided. 

    EWA BEACH PARADE:  This year’s parade is scheduled for this Saturday at 10 AM.  We need donations of hard candies.  Please bring them to the church office Monday–Friday or with you on Saturday.  If you would like to participate by walking and handing out candy during the parade, please sign up on the bulletin board.  Please see Pastor Tau or Pastor Kelly for more information.

    YOUTH CHRISTMAS DINNER:  All youth are invited to Shakey’s Pizza Parlor Thursday, December 20th.  Drop off is at 5:30 PM and pick up at 9:00 PM here at the church.  Permission slips and liability waivers (if not completed for 2012) are available in the foyer.  Please turn them in along with your money by this Thursday.  Please see Hendrik Feliciano for details.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us Thursday, December 20th at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    WORKDAYS:  We plan to paint the classrooms and install new carpet during the Christmas break.  We will be having two work days.  On Wednesday, December 26th from 9 AM to Noon we will move everything out of the classrooms and put it in the sanctuary.  On Saturday, December 29th from 9 AM to Noon we will put everything back in the classrooms.

    EMERGENCY PRAYER CHAIN:  Please note that Nan Sciulli will be the contact for the prayer chain through January 5th. 

    HOME FELLOWSHIP:  Please note we have a new home fellowship meeting every 1st and 3rd Friday in Ewa Beach at 6:30 PM.  The group meets at the home of Justin and Mary Petersen, and the study is taught by Andrew Johnston.  For more information, please contact Justin or Mary at or Andrew.

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Please note there will be no Men’s Fellowship Breakfast for the month of December.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship Saturday, January 26th at 7 AM in the sanctuary.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information. 

    HOSPITALITY MINISTRY:  We are looking for some friendly people to serve at our Welcome Table.  If you’ve been attending CCWO about 6 months and consider this your church home, this is a great ministry opportunity.  For questions, please see Pastor Tau.

  • DO YOU HAVE THE POWER OF GOD?

    “...I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.”  (John 10:10 NIV)

    In John 10 Jesus promises abundant life, not just a day to day drudgery but a rich life, full of joy and meaning. How to you get this life?  Jesus gives an answer in Matthew 22:29 ESV when he tells the Sadducees, "You are wrong, because you know neither the Scriptures nor the power of God.”  He was rebuking the Sadducees for their lack of knowledge of the power of God.  This is how we get that abundant life.  By KNOWING the Word of God and subsequently the power of God.  This is not to say it will be easy, there will be bumps and bruises along the way, but you will be equipped with the tools to prevail.  And best of all, we don't have to go it alone.  Jesus says in Acts 1:8 NIV, "You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses...”  Accept this promise, get into the Word of God and embrace His power.

    ~ Dan Howe ~

  • December 2, 2012

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  This year’s service will be Monday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional fliers are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, overnight security, decorating and clean–up.  Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. 

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service on Sunday, December 23rd at 9 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided. 

    CHRISTMAS PARTY:  Our CCWO Christmas Party is scheduled for Sunday, December 16th.  Please see the enclosed insert for more information.  Amy Brumm will be on the lanai after both services if you would like to sign up.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us tomorrow at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    EMERGENCY PRAYER CHAIN:  Please note that Nan Sciulli will be the contact for the prayer chain through January 5th.

    DAUGHTER’S OF THE KING:  All ladies are invited to a Christmas fellowship this   Tuesday, at 6:30 PM at the home of Abby Quast.  Please bring at least a dozen of your favorite cookies to exchange as well as a small gift ($5.00 limit).  For more information or to sign up, please see Abby Quast on the lanai. 

    HOME FELLOWSHIP:  Please note we have a new home fellowship meeting every 1st and 3rd Friday in Ewa Beach beginning December 7th at 6:30 PM.  The group will be meeting at the home of Justin and Mary Petersen, and the study will be taught by Andrew Johnston.  For more information, please contact Justin or Mary.

    AWANA:  Mahalo to those who have signed up.  Required training will be this Friday, December 7th from 7–9 PM and Saturday, December 8th from 9 AM–Noon here in the sanctuary.  If you have yet to do so, please see Pastor John for a Volunteer Sign Up Form.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new quarter begins today.  Mahalo to all who have signed up and will be serving our children.  If you’ve yet to complete a Volunteer Sign Up Form, please do so ASAP and turn it in to Pastor John.  Please continue praying for God’s blessing of this ministry to our children.

    HOSPITALITY MINISTRY:  We are looking for some friendly people to serve at our    Welcome Table.  If you have been attending CCWO about 6 months and consider this your church home, this is a great ministry opportunity.  For questions, please see Pastor Tau.

    DISTRACTIONS:  As we gather together to worship our Lord in song and to study His Word, it is truly our desire to allow the Lord to minister to each and every heart both personally and individually.  So, we humbly request your help in making that all possible by keeping the distractions to a minimum during this important time of corporate worship. Thanks so much!  With much love for you all, the pastoral staff of CCWO.

  • PRICELESS

    “And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him in swaddling cloths, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.”  (Luke 2:7) 

    Four days ago I finally completed our Nativity and set it up on the front lawn.  I found myself focused on the manger and suddenly thoughts of that VISA commercial came to mind.  In the commercial, the term “priceless” was emphasized.  A dollar value was given to things, except for the experience being enjoyed, it was “priceless”.  As my awareness shifted back to the manger with child, I rejoiced at how glorious a moment it represented.  Like the commercial, the manger represents a “priceless” experience.  However, the experience was a divine unprecedented one, when God entered His creation in human form.  I considered the decision God made to take on human form and dwell among us.  The One who could have created a castle chose to be placed in a feeding trough.  Why?  The answer is God’s love for His creation.  Sin separated us from God and coming in a human body to pay for our sins was the only way to bring us back into a  relationship with Him.  The manger is overshadowed by the Cross, for the Son of God coming as a babe initiates God’s salvation plan that nails Jesus to a bloody cross.  The essence of the manger is the implementation of God’s love….a love that culminates in its full expression on the Cross.  Consider those in your life.  Have you shared your salvation story with them?   Tell them about the most “priceless” event in the history of mankind – the Creator coming to His creation as their Savior.                                                  
     

    ~ Pastor Tau Sooto ~

  • December 25, 2011

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  We would like to thank everyone who had a part in all that was needed to facilitate our Christmas Eve Service and  Children’s Program.  We greatly appreciate your time, prayers and support.  We could not have done it without you! 

    HELP NEEDED:  If you are able to assist with the breakdown and clean–up after this morning’s service, we would truly appreciate it.  Mahalo!    

    MID-WEEK SERVICE:  Please note that there will be no Mid–Week Service on Wednesday, December 28th.  We will resume our Mid–Week Service on Wednesday, January 4th.

    MID–WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:  Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of worship, prayer and communion.  We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship and fellowship Wednesday, January 4th at 7 PM in the  sanctuary.  Childcare is available.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us Monday, January 9th at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to please consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Childcare is available.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:   We are still in need of both a nursery leader and an assistant for the second service.  If you have attended CCWO for at least 6 months and would like to help, please see Pastor Tau, Karen Mancao, or Amy Brumm.

    CHRISTMAS DISPLAY:  Help Wanted!  We need to remove our display from Honolulu Hale next Sunday after the second service.  Please see Kelly Jenkins for more information.   

    MEN’S SOFTBALL:  Attention all Men!  The 2012 softball season will begin in January.  If you are interested, please contact Marcus Stubblefield or see the sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board.

    2012 FELLOWSHIP LISTING:  The new directory is now available.  Please pick up a copy at the church office.

    Aloha Pastor Dennis – Mahalo to You and Your ‘Ohana – WE WILL MISS YOU!

  • GOD’S PROMISES

    “Therefore know that the LORD your God, He is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and mercy for a thousand generations with those who love Him and keep His commandments.”  (Deuteronomy 7:9)

    I love to witness God’s glory displayed in the sky, whether it’s a sunset, sunrise or rainbow. They are all beautiful and different.  One morning I awoke to a brilliant double rainbow.  I ran for the camera and took one picture but the camera wouldn’t take any more.  Needless to say, I was disappointed and frustrated, but God spoke to my heart and reminded me that I am to be in awe of Him and not the spectacular rainbow.  Then I remembered the promise of the rainbow that God gave to Noah after the flood as well as others God has written to us that give us hope and encouragement.  God’s Word is filled with promises that have already taken place, such as our Savior’s birth along with future promises, like the return of our Lord Jesus.  As His child we can find the needed comfort and peace in these promises.  Learn of them by reading His Word and then stand on them because they are truth.

     

    ~ Whitney Vellalos ~

  • December 11, 2011

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  The Christmas Eve Service will take place on Saturday, December 24th at 5:00 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional fliers are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, overnight security, decorating and clean–up.  Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. 

    CHRISTMAS DAY:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service on Sunday, December 25th at 8:30 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided. 

    CHRISTMAS CAROLING:  We have two opportunities to be a blessing to others this Christmas.  Please join us at the Maurice Sullivan Family Center Hospice this Thursday from 7–8 PM.  Their facility is located in Ewa Beach behind Hawaii Medical Center West.  We will also be at Ka Punawai Ola nursing home on Wednesday, December 21st from 6–7 PM.  Their facility is in Kapolei behind the Jack-In-The-Box.  Please meet outside the front door by 6PM.  For any questions, please contact Nan Sciulli

    HULA OUTREACHES:  We invite you to come and support Hula O Kaleiokapualani for an outreach performance at Pearlridge Center (Macy’s side) today at 2 PM and at Ala Moana Center Stage this Friday at 7 PM.   For more information, please see Bobby or Hi’ilei Silva.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us this Thursday at 6:30 PM at the River of Life    Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Except for scheduled Christmas and Sunday services, all ministries and group studies will be on break from Monday, December 19th through Monday, January 2nd.  Our normal facility schedule will resume on Tuesday, January 3rd.  Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year!

    DAUGHTER’S OF THE KING:  All ladies are invited to a Christmas fellowship this Thursday at 6:30 PM in classroom #1 and #2.  Please bring at least a dozen of your favorite cookies to exchange as well as a small gift ($5.00 limit).  For more information or to sign up, please see Abby Quast under the Fellowship tent.

    DAUGHTER’S OF THE KING:  We are in need of some ladies to host our monthly fellowship.  If you would be willing to open your home, provide a snack and plan a short devotional, please contact Abby Quast.  

    LAWN MINISTRY:  We are seeking servants for our lawn ministry.  If you would be interested in being part of the team that keeps our lawn green and looking keen, please see Regan Blair.

    MEN’S SOFTBALL:  Attention all Men!  The 2012 softball season will begin in January.  If you are interested, please contact Marcus Stubblefield or see the sign–up sheet located on the bulletin board.

    EWA BEACH HOME FELLOWSHIP:  Please note that this group bible study meeting in the home of Scott and Pam Searcy is on break and will resume in January.

  • GOD’S GREATEST GIFT – OUR GREATEST NEED

    God is perfect in His love and abundant in His goodness.  There’s no doubt that the most convincing evidence of God’s love in all of Scripture is His giving His Son to die for our sins. “This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins” (1 John 4:9–10 NIV).  Our greatest need cannot be met without the Gift of God – Jesus said no earthly joy could compare with the eternal joy of our names being written in heaven (Luke 10:20).  Thank you Father for the Greatest Gift of All! 

     

    ~ Carlos Munguia ~

  • December 4, 2011

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us tomorrow at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to please consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Childcare is available.  Please see Pastor Tau for more information.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  The new period begins Today.  We still need support in a few areas.  Please prayerfully consider becoming a part of this ministry and be blessed by the children as we reach their heart for Jesus.  Full curriculum is provided.  You provide time for prayer, preparation and a willing spirit.  If you would like to serve in this ministry, the sign–up board is located under the Fellowship Tent.  Please see Pastor Tau, Karen Mancao or Amy Brumm for more information.  Our deep appreciation to all those who served this past quarter!

    CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS SERVICE:  Please note that there will be a meeting today at 12:15 PM in classroom #1 to plan this event and make CHRISTmas special for our children.  Please attend if you are part of this ministry or would like to be involved.  Please see  Amy Brumm for more information.

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  The Christmas Eve Service will take place on Saturday, December 24th at 5:00 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional fliers as well as postcards are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up, overnight security, decorating and clean–up.  Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer.

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service on Sunday, December 25th at 8:30 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided. 

    CHRISTMAS CAROLING:  We have two opportunities to be a blessing to others this Christmas.  Please join us at the Maurice Sullivan Family Center Hospice on Thursday, December 15th from 7–8 PM.  Their facility is located in Ewa Beach behind Hawaii Medical Center West.  We will also be at Ka Punawai Ola nursing home on Wednesday, December 21st from 6–7 PM.  Their facility is in Kapolei behind the Jack-In-The-Box.  Please meet outside the front door by 6PM.  For any questions, please contact Nan Sciulli.

    LOKAHI GIVING DRIVE:  We will be accepting donations for the Lokahi Giving Project on Sunday, December 11th and 18th under the Fellowship tent.  Please see the enclosed insert as well as the bulletin board for details.  For more information, please see Liz Santa Ana or call the church office.

    DAUGHTER’S OF THE KING:  All ladies are invited to a Christmas fellowship on Thursday, December 15th at 6:30 PM in classroom #1 and #2.  Please bring at least a dozen of your favorite cookies to exchange as well as a small gift ($5.00 limit).  For more information or to sign up, please see Abby Quast under the Fellowship tent.

    DAUGHTER’S OF THE KING:  We are in need of some ladies to host our monthly fellowship.  If you would be willing to open your home, provide a snack and plan a short devotional, please contact Abby Quast.  

    LAWN MINISTRY:  We are seeking servants for our lawn ministry.  If you would be interested in being part of the team that keeps our lawn green and looking keen, please see Regan Blair.

  • THE TRUE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS

    Say it isn’t so!  The YMCA in McBurney, N.Y. has fired Santa Claus.  It seems that the local board of directors has determined that this year, Frosty the Snowman is better suited to represent Christmas than ole’ Saint Nick.  Sorry kids, the Board, in their infinite wisdom, has decided that Frosty will appeal to a broader number of kids.  So Santa is out, Frosty and his side kick Penguin are in.  Not everyone is taking this sitting down.  In fact, some of the town’s people are upset that the Young Men’s Christian Association, now known as the “Y”, would dare to challenge the “True Meaning of Christmas” by giving Santa a pink slip!  Praise God that we know the true meaning of Christmas is to celebrate the birth of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ!  The greatest gift ever given appeared over 2000 years ago in a modest barn in an unassuming town called Bethlehem. This year, as you ponder that perfect gift for that certain someone, give them the Gift that keeps on giving, just give them JESUS !...Amen!
    ~ Ron Sciulli ~

  • December 26, 2010

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  Thank you very much to everyone who had a part in all that was needed to facilitate our Christmas service and Children’s Ministry.  We greatly appreciate your donated time, prayers and support.  We could not have done it without you! 

    HELP NEEDED:  If you are able to assist with the breakdown and clean-up after this morning’s service, we would truly appreciate it.  Mahalo!    

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Except for scheduled Sunday services, all ministries and group studies will be on break through Sunday, January 2nd.  Our normal facility schedule will resume on Monday, January 3rd.  Happy New Year!

    MID-WEEK SERVICE:  Please note that there will be no Mid-Week Service on Wednesday, December 29th.  We will resume our Mid-Week Service with worship, prayer and communion on Wednesday, January 5th.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us next Monday, January 3rd at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to please consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Childcare is available.  Please see Tau Sooto for more information.

    MID-WEEK COMMUNION SERVICE:  Every first Wednesday of the month we set aside a time of worship, prayer and communion.  We invite everyone to please join us in this special time of worship and fellowship   Wednesday, January 5th at 7 PM in the  sanctuary.  Childcare is available.

    ATTENTION ALL MEN:  The 2011 softball season will begin in January.  If you are interested, please contact Marcus Stubblefield at 685-4425 or see the sign-up sheet located on the bulletin board.

    SINGLES MINISTRY:  There will be a short meeting next Sunday, January 2nd after the second service in the sanctuary to discuss plans for 2011.  All singles are encouraged to attend and become a part of this new ministry.  Please contact Dan Jacobson for more information.

    GLAD NEWS!:  We have a few extra copies of Samy Tanagho’s book, GLAD NEWS!  God Loves You My Muslim Friend, available on the foyer table.  Feel free to pick one up for yourself or for a friend.  Donations are accepted.  For more information, please see Karen Henna or Amy Brumm.

    CAROLING OUTREACH:  A Big Mahalo to all who came out last Monday night in support of our Christmas Caroling Outreach at the Waterfront at Pu’uloa.  We were able to be a blessing to many, and most importantly, glorify our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! 

  • December 19, 2010

    CHRISTMAS EVENING SERVICE:  The Christmas Evening Service will take place  this Friday at 6:00 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the       enclosed flier and postcard  to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional postcards and fliers are available in the foyer, please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  Volunteers are needed Friday morning for set-up and decorating.  Sign-up sheets are located on the bulletin board.  Please see Pastor Charles Couch for more information.          

    CHRISTMAS EVENING FELLOWSHIP:  Please join us for a time of fellowship immediately following this Friday’s service.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food such as vegetables, fruits, sandwiches, appetizers, etc. in a disposable container for everyone to share.

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO :  Please join us in a special time of praise, worship, and Christmas music this Wednesday at 7 PM.  Invite a friend and come be blessed as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Childcare will be provided.  We welcome you to bring a finger food to share after the service.  A sign-up sheet is located on the bulletin board.  Please see Pastor Charles Couch for more information.

    CHRISTMAS CAROLING OUTREACH:  Please come with your family and help spread the TRUE meaning of CHRISTmas tomorrow night from 7-9 PM at the Waterfront at Pu’uloa in Ewa Beach.  Parking will be available in the office parking lot near the gate as well as on the left side of the road near the fitness center.  Please bring flashlights and have your automobile insurance and registration for entrance into the housing complex.  For further details, please contact Kim Jacobson or Trish Johnson.

    CHRISTMAS SECURITY WATCH:  Help is needed to keep watch over the equipment and facility after the Christmas Eve Service until 7 AM on Sunday.  If you are able to cover a shift, please see the sign-up sheet posted on the bulletin board.  Please see Felix Tan for more information.

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:   We are still in need of a 3rd & 4th grade assistant for the second service.  If you have attended CCWO for at least 6 months and would like to help in this area, please see Pastor Dennis Dutton, Karen Mancao, or Amy Brumm.

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service Sunday, December 26th at 8:30 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the parking available in the vacant lot next to Public Storage.  Volunteers are needed for breakdown and clean-up after the service.  Please see the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Except for scheduled Christmas and Sunday services, all ministries and group studies will be on break from Monday, December 20th through Monday, January 3rd.  Our normal facility schedule will resume on Tuesday, January 4th.  Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year!

    ATTENTION ALL MEN:  The 2011 softball season will begin in January.  If you are interested, please contact Marcus Stubblefield or see the sign-up sheet located on the bulletin board.

  • PLACE OF PROMINENCE

    Most of us have a Christmas tree set up in our home.  Many families have decorating traditions and generally the job is not complete until that special ornament is placed in the position of prominence – the top of the tree.  While there are exceptions, for most, that special ‘tree topper’ is a Star or an Angel.  The star points to Christ, and the Angel points to the joy in heaven at the birth of our Savior.  This prominent part of the tree reflects our Lord, Jesus Christ.  In a similar manner, our character should prominently reflect our relationship with Christ Jesus, as a testimony expressed in our words and   actions which point others to Christ.  "See to it that no one misses the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble and defile many"  (Hebrews 12:15, NIV).  Merry CHRISTmas!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

    ~ Pastor Dennis Dutton ~

  • December 12, 2010

    CHRISTMAS EVENING SERVICE:  The Christmas Evening Service will take place on Friday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flier to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional fliers as well as postcards are available in the foyer.  Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food such as vegetables, fruits, sandwiches, appetizers, etc. in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the Service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set-up, overnight security, decorating and clean-up.  Sign-up sheets are located in the foyer.  Please continue to keep this event in prayer.

    CHRISTMAS CONCERT:  Please join us in a special time of praise, worship, and Christmas music on Wednesday, December 22nd at 7 PM.  Invite a friend and come be blessed as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Childcare will be provided.  Please see Pastor Charles Couch for more information.

    EWA BEACH CHRISTMAS PARADE:  The parade is this Saturday at 10 AM. Besides being lots of fun, we are one of the only participants that points to CHRIST.  Help will be needed on Friday at 6 PM to decorate and on Saturday at 8 AM for set-up and participation in the parade.  Donations of HARD candies are needed.  You may bring them to the church this week during normal office hours.  For more information, please see Pastor Dennis Dutton.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Samy Tanagho of “Glad News Ministry” to be with us this Wednesday at 7 PM.  Samy was born and raised in Egypt where he studied Islamic law and religion.  He has been sharing the Gospel with Muslims for over 30 years.  Samy’s passion is to encourage all Christians to be active in fulfilling the Great Commission.  Invite a friend and come hear how we can effectively communicate God’s love to the people we meet, including Muslims.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate this Thursday at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street (between Maunakea and River Street.)  Free  parking is available on the street.  Please see Duke Kauka or Roland Antonio for more information.

    HULA HALAU OUTREACHES:  We invite you to come and support Na Hula O Kaleiokapualani for an outreach performance at Pearlridge Center-Uptown (Macy’s side) today at 3 PM and at Ala Moana Center Stage this Saturday at 6 PM. For more information, please see Bobby or Hi’ilei Silva.

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service on Sunday, December 26th at 8:30 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the parking available in the vacant lot next to Public Storage.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Except for scheduled Christmas and Sunday services, all ministries and group studies will be on break from Monday, December 20th through Monday, January 3rd.  Our normal facility schedule will resume on Tuesday, January 4th.  Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year!

    ATTENTION ALL MEN:  The 2011 softball season will begin in January.  If you are interested, please contact Marcus Stubblefield at 685-4425 or see the sign-up sheet located on the bulletin board.

  • DO YOU HAVE JOY?

    “I hate this; I hate that.”  “That person is an idiot.”  “Why do they do it that way?”  “I can’t stand it when they…(fill in the blank).”  Do these sounds like something you would think or say?  Are you grumpy, sad or discontented all the time?  Do you feel like you have no peace or joy in your life?  Maybe you’ve forgotten that your sins have been  forgiven.  When was the last time you woke up and thanked God for your salvation?   Remember that God has saved you from a life of sin, brought you from darkness and into the light.  You are a child of God, and soon and very soon we are going home.  In these times, many are looking for hope, peace, and a little joy.  As Christians, let’s live as though Christ is our  Saviour!  “Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.  For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord” (Luke 2:10-11).  MERRY CHRISTmas everyone!                
     

    ~ Hendrik Feliciano ~

  • December 5, 2010

    CHRISTMAS EVENING SERVICE:  The Christmas Evening Service will take place on Friday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flier to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional fliers as well as postcards are available in the foyer.  Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food such as vegetables, fruits, sandwiches, appetizers, etc. in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the Service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set-up, overnight security, decorating and clean-up.  Sign-up sheets are located in the foyer.  Please continue to keep this event in prayer.

    CHRISTMAS CONCERT:  Please join us in a special time of praise, worship, and Christmas music on Wednesday, December 22nd at 7 PM.  Invite a friend and come be blessed as we look forward to the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Childcare will be provided.  Please see Pastor Charles Couch for more information.

    EWA BEACH CHRISTMAS PARADE:  This year’s parade will be on Saturday,   December 18th at 10 AM.  Besides being lots of fun, we are one of the only participants that points to CHRIST.  Help will be needed on Friday, December 17th at 6 PM to decorate and on Saturday at 8 AM for set-up and participation in the parade.  Donations of HARD candies are needed.  You may bring them with you on Sundays or Monday-Friday during normal office hours.  For more information, please see Pastor Dennis Dutton.

    MONDAY NIGHT PRAYER:  We invite everyone to pray with us tomorrow evening at 7 PM right here in the sanctuary.  We want to encourage you to please consider making the time for this precious opportunity of intercessory prayer for all believers in Christ.  Childcare is available.  Please see Tau Sooto for more information.

    HULA HALAU OUTREACHES:  We invite you to come and support Na Hula O Kaleiokapualani for an outreach performance at Pearlridge Center-Uptown (Macy’s side) on Sunday, December 12th at 3 PM and at Ala Moana Center Stage on Saturday, December 18th at 6 PM.   For more information, please see Bobby or Hi’ilei Silva.

    LOKAHI GIVING PROJECT DRIVE:  Cub Scout Pack 316 & Boy Scout Troop 316 will be under the Fellowship tent today after each service accepting donations of toys, toiletries, and canned goods for the Lokahi Giving Project.  Please see Liz Santa Ana for more information.

    GUEST SPEAKER:  We are blessed to have Samy Tanagho of “Glad News Ministry” to be with us on Wednesday, December 15th at 7 PM.  Samy was born and raised in Egypt where he studied Islamic law and religion.  He has been sharing the Gospel with Muslims for over 30 years.  Samy’s passion is to encourage all Christians to be active in fulfilling the Great Commission.  Invite a friend and come hear how we can effectively communicate God’s love to the people we meet, including Muslims.

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service on Sunday, December 26th at 8:30 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the parking available in the vacant lot next to Public Storage.

  • DAILY TIME WITH HIM

    Many of us in the congregation today are on FACEBOOK.  It’s actually a great tool to see how friends are doing, they can see how you are doing, and still maintain our  multi-tasking daily routines without having to worry about investing too much time into one task or another.  The downside is that you can maintain these friendships on a very surface level without  really spending too much time with them.  GOD loves to see how we are doing throughout the day, and we love to spend time with HIM too.  However, I sometimes find myself spending time with GOD and also thinking about my many tasks that are on the day’s agenda.  Luke 9:23 states that following the LORD is a daily responsibility which involves the subordination of my desires and will to HIS. For this to take place effectively, we need daily time with HIM, waiting at HIS throne.  Please take heed to Luke’s words and follow the LORD for it is our daily responsibility.  If we expect this relationship to be effective, we need to spend time with HIM daily.  Spend TIME with HIM today!!!                                  
    ~ Kalani Fronda ~
  • Wishing You A Very Merry Christmas

  • SERVING GOD BY SERVING OTHERS


     

    May the God of peace, who through the blood of the eternal covenant brought back from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great Shepherd of the sheep, equip you with everything good for doing his will, and may he work in us what is pleasing to him, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen. (Hebrews 13:20-21)

     

    As the birth of our savior approaches, another year has passed and so has many opportunities to minister to our Lord.  I am not referring to voluntary service at CCWO, which of course is always welcome; instead I am referring to all of the people that God has placed into our lives over the last 365 days.  Sometimes it is only for a few minutes, but regardless of the time allotted, we must remember that as Christians, we are all ambassadors for Christ.  Each person we meet at work, shopping or running errands, is a divine appointment and a perfect opportunity to share the love of Jesus by our words and deeds.  Especially during this Christmas season, let the light of God’s love shine through your actions and show the world around us that we serve a living and loving God…. Amen!   ̴ Ron Sciulli

  • PREVENTIVE MODE

    PREVENTIVE MODE


    A fire can be started several ways: naturally, intentionally and accidentally. A fire left unattended can easily become out of control. A fire out of control is difficult to extinguish and may cause a lot of damage or even death. The strength of the fire is its fuel, starve it and you can take its life.
    Sin is a lot like fire, left unattended it will spiral out of control, which results in pain and damage that will lead to death (Romans 6).
    Galatians 5:16 tells us, "Walk in the Spirit and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh."  This passage can have both a corrective and a preventive benefit in a Christian's life.  A consistent  intake and putting into practice of God's word will keep us in a    preventive mode from sin.
    Remember, if you "Walk in the Spirit," you'll take away the element that fuels life into sin. Think about it…                                                                                                                     ̴ Hendrik Feliciano

  • We Are Never Alone…...IF

    We Are Never Alone…...IF

  • Give Love This Christmas Season

    Give Love This Christmas Season
  • In Due Season

    In Due Season
  • Keep Your Focus Right

    Keep Your Focus Right
  • Self-Control

    Self-Control: One of the Fruit of the Spirit

    “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Galatians 5:22-23


  • December 16, 2012

    CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:  This year’s service will be Monday, December 24th at 6 PM.  Children’s Church will be provided.  Please use the enclosed flyer to invite someone to come and join us as we worship and praise HIS Holy Name.  Additional flyers are available in the foyer. Please feel free to take as many as you need to pass out or mail.  We invite you to bring your favorite finger food in a disposable container for everyone to share immediately following the service.  VOLUNTEERS are needed for set–up at 8 AM this Saturday, overnight security for Saturday and Sunday, decorating at 9 AM this Saturday and clean–up after the service Monday night.  Sign–up sheets are located in the foyer. 

    SUNDAY SERVICE:  Please make a note that there will be only ONE service next Sunday, at 9 AM.  We will be meeting under the Big Tent in the parking lot.  Children’s Church will be provided. 

    CHRISTMASTIME AT CCWO :  Please join us this Wednesday at 7 PM for a Christmas reading and a special time of music.  Children are encouraged to join their parents and come be blessed as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Please bring a dessert or hot cocoa or tea to share after the service.  A sign–up sheet is located on the bulletin board. 

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  Attention Sunday Morning Ministers!  We ask both first and second service teachers to be in your classrooms by 8:45 for our one service beginning at 9 AM.  If you are unable to serve, please contact Pastor John.   

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY:  Volunteers needed!  We need assistance with all ages for our children’s Christmas Eve service scheduled for Monday, December 24th at 6 PM.  If you would be able to help and make CHRISTmas special for our children, there is a sign–up sheet on the bulletin board.  Please see Pastor John for more information.  Please be praying for this special service!

    WORKDAYS:  We plan to paint the classrooms and install new carpet during the Christmas break.  On Wednesday, December 26th from 9 AM to Noon we will move everything out of the classrooms and put it in the sanctuary.  On Saturday, December 29th from 9 AM to Noon we will put everything back in the classrooms.

    MINISTRY CANCELLATIONS:  Except for scheduled Christmas and Sunday services, all ministries and group studies will be on break through Tuesday, January 1st.  Our normal facility schedule will resume Wednesday, January 2nd.  The church office will be open except for December 25th and January 1st.  Merry CHRISTmas and Happy New Year!

    MID-WEEK SERVICE:  Please note that there will be no Mid–Week Service on Wednesday, December 26th.  We will resume our Mid–Week Service on Wednesday, January 2nd.

    YOUTH CHRISTMAS DINNER:  All youth are invited to Shakey’s Pizza Parlor this Thursday.  Please see Hendrik Feliciano for more information.

    RIVER OF LIFE MISSION:  Volunteers needed.  We invite you to come and be a blessing to those less fortunate.  Please join us this Thursday at 6:30 PM at the River of Life Mission located on North Pauahi Street between Maunakea and River Street.  Free parking is available on the street.  For more information, please see Duke Kauka.

    MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST:  Please note there will be no Men’s Fellowship Breakfast for the month of December.  We invite you to bring a friend and join us for a time of worship and fellowship Saturday, January 26th at 7 AM in the sanctuary.  Please see Whitney Vellalos for more information. 


     

     

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