A'e Kamalii Preschool
The mission of 'Ae Kamali'i is a commitment to serve members of the community by providing quality education and child-care programs to children in preschool. For more information please call: 245-6622
Kid's Klub, Lihue Christian Church's youth group, meets during adult service to learn about God's love through activities involving scripture stories, crafts and activities. But, we're not just limited to Sundays! Other activies and events include movie nights, Easter egg coloring night, pool days at the YMCA or swim days at the beach.
Wilcox Adult Day Health Center
Wilcox Memorial Hospital has been Kauai's leading medical facility since 1938. It is now recognized as one of the top 100 rural hospitals in the United States. In 2001, Adult Day Health Center relocated to Lihue Christian Church Social Hall. For more information please call: 246-6916.
Lihue Christian Church is a proud sponsor organization for the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America. In the evenings and weekends, BSA Cub Pack 148, Troop 148 and Varsity 148, GSA Troop 273, 851, 852 and 953 hold their meetings and activities at this facility.
Salvation Army Soup Kitchen
The Lihue Corps serves Lihue's hungry and homeless community through its Kokua Soup Kitchen. With the full support and cooperation of churches, community leaders, businesses and dedicated volunteers, The Salvation Army serves hot meals twice a week to anyone who is hungry.
Compassion Project International
Through the worldwide program called Compassion Project International Lihue Christian Church Kid's Klub currently sponsors 2 children; Festus, a young boy from Ghana, and Wendoly, a young girl from Honduras. Our continued sponsorship allows Festus and Wendoly much needed food, medical needs and educational assistance, and, the children of Kid's Klub will learn about poverty and how hunger affects millions of children worldwide and how a little group of kids from the other side of the world can make a difference.
Po'okela Volleyball Club
Po'okela Volleyball Club is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization that was started November 1998 to serve as a vehicle to promote girls volleyball on Kaua'i for girls age 7 through 18. The club is sponsored by the U.S. Junior Olympic Volleyball Program and therefore follows the rules and guidelines as prescribed. The 2008 season marks the club's 10th year and will have approximately 60-70 athletes.
Food Bank donations
Ke Ala Hoku--transitional program for inmates reentering the community.
Outreach to seniors-assistance with housecleaning, yard care, errands and meals.