At Kalihi Union Church we value the truth of the Bible so have classes where people can learn about different topics from a biblical perspective. This is not only a time for learning, but also for building relationships with the people in the class. They will learn together and pray for each other. Don’t worry if you’re a parent with a baby, we also have a nursery open during this time and children’s Sunday School!

Come learn what it means to reflect the heart of God in our daily lives! Explore our various growing experiences below!

Summer
May 5 – July 28, 2024

For more info, please call (808) 841-7022.

Being Spiritually Formed Through a Deeper Understanding of the Lord’s Prayer
Dr. Craig Nakatsuka
9:00 AM | On Campus: Library

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Matthew 6:9-13 – As the title suggests, the objective of this class is not only to know more about God, but to KNOW God more through this lesson.  May you join me in journeying through this prayer that Jesus teaches us to pray in a way that leads to spiritual formation?  You WILL be blessed!

Christianity 201
Jan & Randal Yee with Adrian Lee
9:00 AM | On Campus: Admin Kitchen

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This a continuation for all those who have attended Christianity 101 and a refresher for those who have had in the past. We will continue with learning fundamentals, skills and habits.  We will be emphasizing the personal testimony.

Christianity 301
Glenn Nakasaki with Craig & Claire Terada
10:30 AM | On Campus: Gym 1

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This a continuation for all those who have attended Christianity 201 and a refresher for  those who have had in the past. We will continue with learning fundamentals, skills and habits.  We will be emphasizing the sharing the “Bridge Illustration”.

Exposition of The Acts of the Apostles
Dr. James Kwong
9:00 AM | Gym & Zoom

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This class will provide an exposition of The Acts of the Apostles. We will explore themes including the formation of the church, its oversight by the Holy Spirit, as well as ministry and missions methodology by the early church. Relevant contemporary discussion will focus on how God leads the church today, understanding intercultural missions and evangelism, and how to remain unified amidst church conflict. Participation in class discussion and weekly reading encouraged.

Books Needed: Bring your own Bible; a booklet will be provided to take weekly notes.

John The Baptist, Jesus & You
Alan Nakamura & Frances Fukumitsu
9:00 AM | On Campus: Welcome Center

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John the Baptist was the forerunner the coming of Jesus Christ coming.  What can we learn from him and should we live for Jesus and to point to Jesus coming again.  Should we be the forerunner of the second coming of Jesus Christ?

The Holy Bible
David Gonzales with Jofel Diaz Gonzales
9:00 AM | On Campus: Gym 1

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In this class you will learn what the bible is, what it’s about, and what are the main themes/events/people, and scriptures of each of the 66 books of the Christian bible.  We will also attempt to memorize the entire 66 books of the bible by the end of the course, God willing!

The Meaning of the Pentateuch
Dave Beers
10:30 AM | On Campus: Library

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Join us as we survey the first 5 books of the Bible and discover Moses’ writing structure, see how this uncovers his big idea, and how this idea is central to God’s Word.