Please note the following important information:
‘Aha Iki (June 5-6, 2019)
Translates as "small gathering" and refers to gatherings of the associations, councils and other groups during ‘Aha week, especially the Association of Hawaiian Evangelical Churches (AHEC) and State Council of Hawaiian Congregational Church
The following documents comprise the registration packet for the ‘Aha Iki,
June 5-6, 2019:
The 'Aha Iki handbook will be made available:
'Aha Makua (June 7-8, 2019)
Translates as "gathering parent." This is the portion of the ‘Aha Pae‘aina that welcomes all churches and authorized ministers of the Conference. It includes the annual business meeting of the entire Conference.
The following documents comprise the registration packet for the ‘Aha Makua, June 7-8, 2019:
The 'Aha Makua handbook will be made available:
YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT TRACK
‘Aha Pae‘āina Youth Stewards (June 6-8, 2019)
Involve youth in the ‘Aha Pae‘āina in ways that allow them to learn, serve, and offer insight. The youth stewards will...
Learn the role of delegates and the ‘Aha Pae‘āina
Plan and lead the Saturday morning worship
Assist delegates and visitors with directions and distribution of materials
Discuss and offer input to the ‘Aha Makua on one of the key issues on the agenda
Meet and get acquainted with the candidate for Conference Minister
Make new friends in the HCUCC
Have a positive experience of serving
(Limit 10 youth)
Young Adult Fellowship (June 7-9, 2019)
Young adults are invited to connect with others in the HCUCC and engage in fellowship, collaboration, and recreation.
(Limit 20 young adults; no more than 3 from one congregation)