Biblical Feasts and Celebrations
Each year, Hale O Nā Kāula Church celebrates three special times as instructed in the Scriptures. The first of these three is the Feast of Passover, which occurs in early spring. It is the celebration of the deliverance of the children of Israel from their bondage of slavery. It is also the commemoration of the time when our Lord Jesus Christ was crucified, buried, and resurrected. In late spring we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost, the day when the Holy Spirit fell on the disciples as described in Acts 2. It is known by many as the birthday of Christ’s Church. The Feast of Tabernacles takes place in early autumn and is a time when the Lord’s family gathers together and looks forward to living in the presence of God. It is celebrated by building booths to camp in; a reminder of how the children of Israel lived in the wilderness.
Our children’s program, for ages 2-12, is called the Joshua Generation. They meet for Bible study, teaching, and fellowship. Many other fun activities, including field trips, are scheduled for other times during the week. For more information on the children’s lesson and times, please contact our pastors.
The library contains Bibles and reference materials for use in the study of the Scriptures. A lending library of Living Word literature and recorded sermons is also available. It is open after Sunday morning and Wednesday night services for individual study.
Life Skills Workshops
From time to time, we offer seminars and classes for personal growth in such areas as finances, health, and emergency preparedness. Class times and subjects will be announced on this website.
An important aspect of our church community is raising and eating healthy foods. We currently have a greenhouse where we grow herbs and vegetables that are used for meals at our special events and gatherings.