The language the New Testament uses for the church clearly communicates that being a disciple is not a solitary role. The church is described as the family of God, as the body of Christ composed of many members, and as a temple built from living stones (1 Corinthians 12:12-27; 1 Peter 2:4, 5). All of this suggests that our relationships with one another are critical to the church fulfilling God's purposes in both our individual lives and in the world. 

'Ohana Groups connect disciples to one another through Bible study, prayer and care. These groups create a space for friendships to develop naturally. They are reflective of the diversity of both our church family and our island culture.

Join an 'Ohana Group today and get connected so you can live and love like Jesus in community. There's an 'Ohana Group waiting for you!