At Kalihi Union Church we value the truth of the Bible. During the 9 o’clock hour, we have Sunday School 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, the children’s Sunday School meets during this same time block too.

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

Oct 31, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022

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

Christianity 101

Glenn Nakasaki
On Campus Only


For beginners, for those who have been Christians for a while but have never been schooled in the fundamentals, and for those who have had this course but want a refresher. Besides gaining knowledge, you will be introduced to learning skills and lifelong habits.

Exposition of Book of Genesis

Dr. James Kwong
On Campus or via Zoom

Class Full Zoom Link

This class will start at the beginning: Genesis! We will look at the major events of Genesis: creation, fall of man, the flood, and God’s covenants with Adam, Noah, and Abraham. Expect weekly lecture and discussion over themes including God’s provision and plan for his people and what our response to Him and others should be.

Finish the Race

Robin Makapagal & Sara Tompkison
On Campus or via Zoom


For senior women


Alan Nakamura and Frances Fukumitsu
On Campus or via Zoom

Register Zoom Link

God says, “Be holy, because I am holy.” (1 Peter 1:16). Can we be holy like God? Yes, we can with God’s help!  “Make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.” (Hebrews 12:14). Let’s be Holy!

The Book of Ecclesiastes

Pastor George Nagato
On Campus, Limit 20


King Solomon went through a maddening period in his adult life when everything lost its luster. During this time, he called some of the most basic assumptions about existence into question. With clenched fists and cynical words, he sneered into the face of God and sought to enjoy life apart from Him. Solomon kept a divinely inspired journal, known as Ecclesiastes. As we meditate on this content, we will quickly discover that Solomon’s experience is very much a reflection of our own. And we shall see that life cannot be meaningful and purposeful if it is lived apart from God. In our study together we will cover each chapter utilizing observation, interpretation and application throughout the book. The format will be lecture and we will open it up for questions and discussion. A response to study guide questions will not be mandated but strongly encouraged to keep the student engrossed in the Word. Let’s enjoy the journey together.

Women of Wonder

Shelley & Wes Ige
On Campus only


Open to men & women