Association of Hawaiian Evangelical Churches

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HISTORY
The AHEC was constituted by By-law approval in June 1994. By June 2011, thirty (30) churches and six partnerships joined AHEC. The State Sunday School Association, Pacific Justice and Reconciliation, Kamehameha Schools, State Council of Hawaiian Congregational Churches, Christian Endeavor and the Pacific American Ministries are included as partnership ministries.

PREFACE
“But God tempered the body together, having given more abundant honor to that part which lacked: That there should be no schism in the body; but that the members suffers, all the member suffer with it; or one member is honored all the members rejoice with it. Now ye are the body of Christ, and members.”

—1 Corinthians 12:24-27

PURPOSE
The purpose of this Association:

  • To affirm our Hawaiian Evangelical, Biblical Roots;

  • To express our Christian faith through Hawaiian cultural forms, including Hawaiian values, traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • To authorize and confirm standing of Hale Pule (churches) and Na Kahu (ministers); and

  • To transact any of all lawful activities for which nonprofit corporations may be incorporated under Chapter 415, Hawaii Revised Statutes.

 

STATEMENT OF FAITH AND MISSION

  • This Association, as part of the Hawaii Conference, United Church of Christ, believe and affirm as its faith and mission:

  • To declare that God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, as revealed in the Bible, shall be central in all the functions of the Churches of the Association.

  • To proclaim the Realm of God through Aloha and Lokahi of ‘Ohana that is both sensitive to the needs of others and to our own faith, heritage, and feelings.

  • To serve and strengthen our Churches so we may have a strong voice to make a difference as advocates in word and deed for the needs of our communities and the world.

  • To nurture and develop our youth to serve in the leadership and ministry of our Churches.

  • To train, support and nurture the lay and pastoral leadership within our Churches.

  • To share God’s Aloha made known to us in Jesus Christ through the weaving of our Hawaiian heritage and  Christian faith within our Churches and communities and the world in which we live.

Contact

 

Staff

Christine Nu‘uhiwa
Administrative Assistant

Phone: (808) 791-5649
Fax: (808) 531-2637

E-mail: cnuuhiwa@hcucc.org

 

1848 Nu‘uanu Ave.

Honolulu, HI 96817