Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Welcome to the Community Church of Honolulu

Community Church of Honolulu (CCH) was established in 1934 by college and high school children of first-generation Chinese immigrants, with the intent of being a congregation-based, inclusive community of faith that would reflect Hawai‘i's diversity.

We celebrate God's presence in our lives through inter-generational Sunday worship at 9 a.m., followed by fellowship and Christian Education opportunities. We seek to serve the wider community in Christ's love and humility. We invite you to join us in a community of faith, sharing the love of Jesus Christ with each other and all people.

Community Church of Honolulu is a member of the United Church of Christ, whose congregational ancestors brought Christianity to Hawai‘i in the early 1800's.

The purpose of this website is to invite you to come to know who we are as a people of faith. Please contact us if you would like to know more about Community Church of Honolulu.

We trust, if it is God's will, that you will come and enjoy a personal experience of how God is at work with CCH through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.

Pastor's Greeting

  • October Greeting

    Well here we are in the last quarter of 2016, with only 12 more weeks before Christmas. How did we get here so fast? How quickly time seems to sift by. Yet there is much to do before the year is over.

    Our democracy will once again select a person to fill the highest office of our government. And what a show our political process has been for the last several years building up to this event. The choice of candidates from our two major parties are diametrically opposite. Some are suggesting that the Republican Party is imploding upon its self. I can’t think of a time in our recent history when clear honest thinking needs to be exercised and every indi-vidual needs to vote. Our vote for this election will shape our countries future for generations to come. I encourage each and every one of us to go to the poles and vote for the people who would most likely govern from the values that you hold dear.

    During this last quarter of the year we as a church will also affirm those who have responded to our needs of service, by voting in our new slate of officers. Many are continuing on in places of service and we are grateful for their faithfulness, others are stepping forward in new opportunities. Let’s pray for all those who serve our church body in places of leadership.

    We will also be setting the framework of next year’s ministry by projecting our budget. Each line item of our budget tells a story of how we seek together to fulfill the mission of our church. Each of us will also have the opportunity to project what part we will play through the submitting of our pledge cards. Declaring before God and our faith community how we will give back a portion of our resources to God, for the mission of our church. May we each see this opportunity as a means of God’s grace at work in our lives.

    There is much yet to do.


    Let’s stay the course. 

    Pastor Ron

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Visit Us

Community Church of Honolulu is located in the serenity of the Nu‘uanu Valley, just above downtown Honolulu. It is easy to reach by foot and car. Route 4 of The Bus stops just outside our door, which is always open to you.

Our Mission Statement

Through God's Grace we enable our members to grow and serve the whole community with Christ's love.

Sunday Service Times

9:00 am Sunday Worship

9:20 am Christian Ed classes (after children’s sermon)

10:15 am Aloha Hour

10:45 am Adult Bible Study


Save the Date

Save the Date
Nov. 13
National Stewardship Sunday
(Turn in your pledge card)

Nov. 27-Dec. 4
Family Promise

CE Event Calendar

 Nov. 20

Smoked Meat and Char Siu Fundraiser
Cost: $20 for 2-pound bag
Order in SMH during Aloha Hours leading up to Nov. 20 and pickup that day in SMH after the service




Upcoming Events

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  • CCH hosts a free exercise class every Wednesday morning (8-9:30) in Stephen Mark Hall. The class starts with a Luk
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  • CCH will again be providing Thanksgiving food bags to needy families. The Missions Committee is asking especially for Spam, vienna
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  • Our Youth Group is having its annual Garage Sale in January. It will begin to accept donations in November. For
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  • The youth group is raising money for its mission trip next summer by selling gift cards for restaurants, retail and
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