The “Need to Knows”

Welcome to Kilohana! We are so glad you’re on our website, and we hope to meet you soon. Below are some “Need to Knows” that should answer some immediate questions you might have. Feel free to browse around the rest of the website to learn more about us!

Who is the Lead Pastor?

Rev. Brian Belting has been the Lead Pastor here at Kilohana since July 2016.

How is Kilohana different than other churches?

Kilohana has been located in Niu Valley for nearly 70 years. One of the distinct things about our church is that we’re an all-generations community. From our Senior Enrichment Center to our Preschool to all of our activities in-between, there’s a place for you here, and we look forward to seeing you soon. Our church campus is located at 5829 Mahimahi Street. (Get Directions).

What can I expect on Sundays?

We have two worship services between on Sundays, one in English and one in Tongan. Both services are traditional in style (choir, hymns, organ, liturgy). If you’d like to check out some of our latest sermons, Click Here.

Worship Service Times: Sundays – English 10:00am and Tongan 2:00 p.m.

What do you have for my kids?

At Kilohana we are extended family, and as family we take great care in providing opportunities for our keiki of all ages. We strive to create environments that are both safe and celebratory of the child’s age and stage of life. We love what we do and the children we get to work with!

Nursery care is provided during Sunday worship, for children birth – 2nd grade.  All children join us in the sanctuary at the beginning of worship service and are then invited to follow the nursery leaders to their classroom at the appropriate time during service.

Sunday school classes are available for children 2 years and up thru seniors in high school at 9am on Sunday morning.  Starting at 9am, all the students join together for assembly.  We share announcements pertaining to our children’s programs, celebrate students’ birthdays, ask for prayer requests and just try to get the children to know each other and the other teachers better.  Assembly time is also used to teach students songs and Bible verses that we perform during the worship service throughout the year.  After assembly, students break up into age appropriate groups for their Bible lessons.