Hawaii Kai Community Church (HKCC)

Our Church:

Hawaii Kai Community Church (HKCC) is part of The Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA); a denomination of 20,000 churches worldwide with 3.5 million worshipers, that is committed to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world. Our church was founded in 1980, when five families from Kapahulu Bible Church were sent to plant a church in Hawaii Kai. God has blessed us in many ways over the years and has allowed us to develop into a close-knit, family-like congregation, as we serve Him. Although HKCC is based in Hawaii Kai, many of us come from various neighborhoods across the Island.

The church has utilized facilities in various locations: 1) Kaiser High School chorus room; 2) Cafeteria of the Japan Institute Of Management Services; 3) Koko Head Elementary School, 4) Aina Haina Church of God; 5) Niu Valley Intermediate School and finally finding a more permanent home at the building located at 6650 Hawaii Kai Drive (2nd floor).

We are committed to these purposes as a church: (from Purpose Driven Church by Rick Warren)
  • Worship - we were planned for God's pleasure
  • Fellowship - we were formed for God's family
  • Discipleship - we were created to become like Christ
  • Ministry - we were shaped for serving God
  • Evangelism - we were made for a mission (to tell others about the "Good News" of Jesus Christ)

The HKCC Mission Statement:

The Hawaii Kai Community Church will be a body of believers who consistently live out the Great Commandment (Mark 12:29-31) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20).

The HKCC Vision Statement:

The Hawaii Kai Community Church will be a light and haven in our community; reaching out and drawing people to Jesus Christ through the power of His love.

Through the years, we have attempted to make an impact in the east Oahu community by reaching out to families. The church was instrumental in assisting Kaiser High School to have their first Baccalaureate Service with Rep. Dave Stegmaier as well as provided support to the Hawaii Youth for Christ group in youth functions and outreaches. Pastor Andy also helped out many grieving families in Hawaii Kai who suffered losses through accidents, suicide and other tragic situations. For many years, the church was involved in the Independence Day At Maunalua 4th of July event and most recently in the Hawaii Kai Strong group to help our community to be functioning and resilient when disaster happens in our area. Finally, HKCC hosted an event called "Live Music 4U" several times. This event provided live music entertainment and food free of charge to the community.

What We Believe:
Click to go to The C&MA Doctrinal Statement at the national website

Pastor Andy Kikuta:

Pastor Andy has blessed HKCC and many others with his compassion and servant's heart, and has been our Senior Pastor since the founding of the church in 1980. He was born and raised in the Nuuanu area of Honolulu. Following his graduation from Roosevelt High School, he earned his B.A. in English from the University of Hawaii, then attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, where he earned his Master of Divinity degree. Since 1985, Pastor Andy has also been a volunteer chaplain with the Honolulu Police Department where he ministers to, and counsels, department personnel and the public in crisis situations. In this capacity, he has earned certification in Basic and Advanced Critical Incident Stress Management and Peer Support. He has also received Basic, Senior, Master and Diplomat Chaplain certification from the International Conference of Police Chaplains. He is the Region 9 Director (Pacific area) for the I.C.P.C. and is a certified instructor with the Honolulu Police Department and the I.C.P.C. He has written numerous columns for the East Honolulu Newspaper. Currently, Pastor Andy is a member of the District Executive Committee of The Christian and Missionary Alliance's (C&MA) Central Pacific district, where he represents the Alliance's Hawaii churches. In addition, in the past, he was on the Fall 2006, faculty of the Bible Institute of Hawaii.

Pastor Andy and his wife, Claudia, have three children; Jessica married to Dave Simm, (with three adult step-children); Bethany, and Micah married to Amanda Wiseman who just had their first child, Keoni Andrew Kikuta. In his leisure time he enjoys playing the guitar, and is a member of Heartsong, a classic pop band. You might also find him oil painting or golfing.

Our Leadership Team:

 

 

HKCC is governed by the legislative method, with a governing board elected from amongst our members, and whose purpose is to reflect the thoughts and wishes of our members in the way in which the church carries out God's commission in the community.

 L to R: Mildred, Gerald, Valerie, Lesley, Lisa Joy, Betsy, Jarrett, Paul (missing: Edward, Solomon)


Governing Board Members are:

Andy Kikuta, Senior Pastor, Elder
Les Inouye, Elder
Edward Dukes, Elder
Solomon Thompson, Elder

Gerald Yamamoto, Facilities Director
Mildred Hew, Board Secretary
Paul Kimura, Treasurer
Valerie Woo, Sunday School Superintendent

Lisa Joy Andres, Deaconess
Mildred Hew, Deaconess
Florence Okami, Deaconess
Paul Kimura, Deacon
Jarrett Woo, Deacon

The Christian Missionary Alliance Logo

 

A FourFold Gospel with a Global Reach

Christ Our Savior
The Cross stands for the salvation made available to us through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Christ Our Sanctifier
The Laver symbolizes sanctification, a daily cleansing from sin and the empowerment to live as God intends through Jesus living in our hearts. The laver symbol represents a vessel containing water that the priest used in the temple of the Old Testament to wash his hands and feet before entering the Holy Place.

Christ Our Healer
The Pitcher symbolizes physical strength, life, and healing that come from Jesus. This symbol represents a pitcher containing oil to annoint the sick for healing.

Christ Our Coming King
The Crown symbolizes the return of Jesus Christ to earth as King of kings and Lord of lords.

Our Worldwide Mission
The Globe reminds us of our responsibility and privilege to take the message of Christ's love to the whole world.

Note: The above information was taken from the C&MA Membership Application and from the C&MA national website.

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