Jesus loves you
All who labor and are heavy laden, all who feel alone and are in need of Christ's redeeming love,
all who have drifted away from faith and wish a fresh and new beginning, all who seek a way to serve the Lord and make a positive difference in the world, we at Lihue Christian Church open our hearts to you.
Won't you join us?
Welcome! Sunday worship is being held in the main sanctuary beginning at 9:30 am.
Face covering and social distancing practices are required. For more information please contact our church office at 245-2348.
The LCC Scholarship Committee was formed in October of 2020 to financially assist active church members who are continuing their education at an accredited college.
To apply, please fill out the application form, print a copy and follow all instructions. Print out copies of the letter to people writing recommendations for you. Application and required documents are due to the church office by April 1st. If you have any questions, please email Noreen Tavares at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pastor's Pen
Grace and peace to you!
I wanted to introduce myself and let you know that I am praying for each one of you by name.
My name is John, and I'm the new pastor at Lihue Christian Church. Obviously things are different right now from what they have been. I really want to be able to look you in the eye, meet you, and pray with you. But I can’t. Not now anyway. So ministry is going to look different for a while. Church is going to look different for a while. However, I’m actually excited about how some of these changes can help us draw closer to each other and make us better able to share the love of Jesus with others.
You know people who are stressed, scared, hurting, depressed, frustrated, anxious right now. I’m guessing probably most people you know is at least one of these things. They are looking for comfort, for hope. If you feel comfortable you can reach out to them and ask if they have any prayer concerns you can pass along to your pastor, or that you can pray for yourself. Remember, we haven’t stopped BEING the church, we’ve only stopped meeting in-person for the time being. We have more ministry to do now than ever before.
Pastor John Carr