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HaleiwaChristmasTake a moment to pause and remember what Christmas is about.  Please join us on Christmas Eve for a very special night of the word, worship and dance.  You’ll be glad you did!


New Hope Haleiwa Angel Tree

IMG_0436-smallDec. 14, 2016 –  The congregation of New Hope Haleiwa as a part of its Christmas tradition of giving to the school has blessed some needy families of Haleiwa Elementary School with Christmas gifts!  Here Principal Malaea Wentzel and our point of contact Kim Samala receive the Angel Tree gifts for distribution.

Many thanks go out to the members of New Hope Haleiwa, for going above and beyond in buying gifts, and in once particular case, getting three presents for a single gift-wish!

BSL-l-InstantReplayD_263587_7Click here to watch this morning’s Periscope feed.

“I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the LORD.””‭‭Psalms‬ ‭122:1‬ ‭NLT‬‬

Going to God’s house can be a chore or a delight. For the psalmist, it was a delight. As a pilgrim attending one of the three great religious festivals, he rejoiced to worship with God’s people in God’s house.

We may find worship a chore if we have unconfessed sin or if our love for God has cooled. But if we are close to God and enjoy his presence, we will be eager to worship and praise him. Our attitude toward God will determine our view of worship.

BSL-l-InstantReplayD_263587_7Click here to watch a replay of this morning’s service recorded on Periscope. (With Darcie as your host!)

hoola-napuaHoʻōla Nā Pua is a Hawaii-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide underage female victims of sex trafficking with a pu’uhonua (a safe place) where they can begin to heal from their physical, spiritual, and emotional abuse. Our goal is to provide a holistic approach to mental health, psychosocial and educational services, and emotional healing in the safety of a long-term licensed residential facility for minors rescued from sex trafficking.

New Hope Central Oahu supports the mission and work of Hoʻōla Nā Pua.

What a blessing it was to see the church in action cleaning and weeding the Haleiwa Elementary School campus.

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