Why Should I Join An Ohana Group?
Ohana Groups help us fulfill God’s calling for us to gather with others to grow as disciples of Jesus and serve to build up the body of Christ.
Hebrews 10:24-25, “And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”
An Ohana Group is a place to connect and be in loving fellowship with one another. Our goal is to see every person at KUC be part of an Ohana Group!
Where Do Ohana Groups Meet?
The majority of our Ohana Groups meet in houses like yours!
How Often Do They Meet?
Our Ohana Groups meet weekly on different days of the week. Groups also have social activities like potlucks or beach days.
Where Can I Find A List Of KUC’s Ohana Groups?
To find a list of Ohana Groups, click here.
Which Ohana Group Should I Join?
Each group is unique! There are many kinds of groups (Young Adults, Retirees, etc.) There is a place for you!
Can I Start An Ohana Group?
Yes! You can start an Ohana Group as a leader (facilitator of a group) or host (opening up your home to host a group). For more information, please contact a pastor (808-841-7022).