COVID-19 Gathering information

June 25, 2020


Aloha Church Family,


The COVID-19 pandemic has been with us for the past 3 months. Some have done well dealing with the corona virus. Some have been struggling. There is  much uncertainty as to how long we will be dealing with this pandemic. In uncertain times there can be fear, anxiety, and hopelessness, but God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and a sound mind. Together we look to Jesus in this storm to experience the peace which passes all understanding, for God is Great, Glorious, Good and Gracious. Today, without hesitation, we stand in God's Sovereignty for there we find peace and strength in uncertain times. 


We have been blessed to open up Central for worship these past 2 Sundays. However, we are challenged to have enough seating for everyone in attendance. We have assigned  seating with social distancing to everyone we know who will be in church on Sunday. Please see Chuckie when you arrive at church as to where you are seated.


You Can Help Us in planning for enough seats with social distancing for everyone who will be in church on Sunday by:

1. If you attended church on Sunday, and plan to attend church this Sunday, do not respond to this email. We will assume that you will be in church.

2. If you attended church on Sunday but will NOT be in church this Sunday, please reply to this email with a number that will NOT be in church. 

3. If you did NOT attend church on Sunday, but plan to attend this Sunday, please reply to this email with a number that will be attending church.


Men's Bible Study: Andrew Cabagbag will be leading a Men's Bible study in Zoom beginning Tues. July 14. We will be doing a 6-week study from Eric Mason's book, "Manhood Restored".


"The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace."  Numbers 6:24-26 (NIV)

May His presence go before you, behind you, beside you, all around you, and within you. He is with you. Amen


Be safe. Blessings.

Greg Hayashi, Head Deacon