Gospel Fit Workout
This ministry will provide you with the fellowship that motivates you to maintain/create your health. We worship with our bodies while creating a healthy body, using exercise programs that focus on building the muscles, increasing vitality. Contact: Hitomi Ozawa, 553-3410 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Fridays, 6:30-8:30 p.m., New Hope Warehouse
New Hope for Orphans Ministry
Our goal is to provide spiritual, physical and financial support for the orphans of Hawaii and around the world. Contact: Bob and Gaye Drummond, email@example.com Meetings: Second and fourth Tuesdays, New Hope Ministry Center, Ni’ihau Room
Six Weeks for Wellness: Making Positive Change
Focused on physical, spiritual and emotional well being, this ministry teaches people how to live a healthy life so that they can become more of who God created them to be. Cost: $10 for workbook. Contact: Nathan Gladstone, (509) 499-1580 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Saturdays, 10 a.m.–12 p.m., Makiki Park
ASL – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Ministry
Be a part of what God is doing in the Deaf and hard of hearing community of New Hope. Our purpose is to teach the Word of God so you have a deeper relationship with Him. Contact: email@example.com Meetings: Sundays, 9 a.m. service, Farrington High School
Our purpose is to encourage, support and educate families that have people with autism and anyone else whose life has been blessed by these special people. Contact: Kae’o and Jackie Griffin, 729-0511 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Chinese Translation Ministry
Our goal is to reach out to the Chinese community with one heart through fellowship and service to share the Gospel of God. Our heart is to reach the Chinese-speaking community for Jesus Christ by serving them through translation, resources, discipleship and fellowship. Contact: Sue Zeng, 383-8594 or email@example.com Meetings: Saturdays, 7 p.m., Farrington High School
Heart for Crafts
Our purpose is to build deeper and stronger relationships with the Lord and each other while making crafts. Contact: Naomi Hew, 295-7853 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Saturdays (once a month)
New Hope Visitation Support
This ministry is for anyone needing comfort, peace and encouragement. We lift them up through prayer and Scriptures and remind them of God’s love and promise for them. Contact: Charles Ching, 218-4320 or email@example.com
Hula for Health Ministry
Japanese Translation Ministry
Our goal is to reach out into the Japanese community in such a way that encourages evangelism through outreach, language support, fellowship and communication. Contact: Erika Kawamoto, firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Sundays, 9 & 11 a.m., Farrington High School
Our purpose is to reach out to the Korean community by celebrating the love of Jesus Christ and the Korean culture. Contact: K. Simon Lee, 386-0858 or email@example.com Meetings: Sundays, 9 & 11 a.m., Farrington High School
Men’s Soccer Team > 45
Our goal is to fellowship the Word of God to men (over 45 years old) through the game of soccer.￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼ Contact: Clarence Rodrigues, 285-2595 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Please call for information on meeting days.
The Lord’s Weigh
This 12-week program focuses on changing your eating lifestyle. This is a DVD and book study based on the novel, Made to Crave. Program includes cooking demonstrations and meal planning. Contact: Mary Arakaki, email@example.com
Strengthen your faith through Hulaerobics Fitness. We encourage all that follow in the Lord to keep your eyes above on God. Contact: Pamela Johnson, 888-3434 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Thursdays, 5:30 p.m., Magic Island Park
New Hope Runners
Improve the fitness of believers and non-believers so that they will live long, healthy and productive lives for the glory of Christ. Contact: Milton Oka, 373-0245 or email@example.com Meetings: Please call for meeting days.
New Hope Surf
Free surf lessons for people to learn and change lives for Christ. Our goal is to extend the ministry of New Hope by reaching out to people through our lives and surfing in such a way that it turns non-Christians into converts, converts into disciples and disciples into mature, fruitful leaders. Participants must be able to pass a swim test. Contact: Kirk Miyashiro, 295-3699 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Every third Saturday, Kalaeloa Beach
New Hope Canoe Club
We provide an opportunity for people to enjoy God’s ocean through outrigger canoe paddling. Our purpose is to serve our Lord and serve those that come to paddle with us with the hope of bringing them to the Lord if they don’t know Him and to bring them closer to the Him if they are already Christians. Contact: Cy Kalama, email@example.com
The New Hope Golf Ministry seeks to bring people together for fellowship and camaraderie through golf. Contact: Phil Yasuhara, 386-9022 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Please call for meeting days. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
New Hope Hiking Ministry
Our purpose is to provide opportunities for people to enjoy God’s creation while hiking and have fellowship with one another. Contact: Patrick Rorie, 342-0617 or email@example.com Meetings: Once a month
New Hope Homeschool Co-op
The New Hope Homeschool Co-op exists to provide support, encouragement, information, organized activities, excursions and SAT testing for our Co-op ‘ohana. Contact: Linda Cruz, 429-3710 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Mondays, 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Manoa Recreational Lower Classroom
New Hope in Baking
Our goal is to build a deeper and stronger relationship with the Lord and others through baking. Contact:Tish Buhr, 285-2615 or email@example.com
Our goal is to bring everyone together and share the love of God through the game of tennis. Contact: Kyle Kaneshiro, firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Please call for meeting days.
New Hope Triathlon Ministry
Phone Friends Ministry
We connect the new believers in Christ and encouraging them to continue toward Jesus. Contact: Cameron Cortez, email@example.com
Effectively support other members in the Body of Jesus Christ through prayer. Contact: Gina Pe’a, 842-4242 ext. 423 or ginapea@eNewhope.org
New Hope Canoe Club - Recreational Paddling We reaching people, touch lives and paddle His canoe with aloha that glorifies God. Contact: Cy Kalama, 699-4009 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m., Sand Island Boat Harbor
Seniors with a Kingdom Purpose
To raise up “senior ambassadors for Christ” who are over 50 years old at New Hope O‘ahu. It is our desire to develop a program that will promote spiritual growth and health as seniors minister to each other. Contact: Edith Mattice, 429-7984 or email@example.com Meetings: First Saturday of every month, New Hope Ministry Center, Maui Room
Our goal is to be spiritually vibrant, mentally sound and physically fit, presenting ourselves as living testimonies to God’s grace and power. Contact:Victor Ching, 372-8778 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Please call for meeting days.
Simplified Scrap booking and Crafts Ministry
Our goal is to help others to celebrate the relationships and events of their live while giving glory to God. Activities and conversations will be geared toward encouraging creativity in individuals with respect to upholding Christian values. Contact: Gretel Among, 456-7884 or email@example.com Meetings: Once a month
Focused On Eternity
Our goal is to teach basic/advanced photography skills while reaching out to those who don’t know Christ as their personal Savior. Contact: Jerome Osurman, FocusedOnEternity@me.com
Golf for Dummies
We teach ways to play golf to promote the individuals enjoyment of the game. Contact:Walter Omori or Roy Nakamura, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sermon Transcription Team
Our purpose is to send final, transcribed sermons to the New Hope website within two weeks of the message delivery. Contact: Elaine Ohlson, 623-3962/222-1426 or email@example.com
New Hope Jiu–Jitsu
Our goal is to build a community of Christian warriors that are training for both, life and the mats through the power of Jesus Christ. Contact: Michaelyn Etrata, 554-9307 or firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings: Saturdays, 6:30–8:30 p.m., 1663 Kahai Street
Men’s Sexual Integrity
Weekly accountability care group for men who are not able to control lustful thoughts and behaviors. Contact: Dean Spencer, 358-8740 Meetings: Mondays, 7 p.m., New Hope Warehouse
Souljourners for Christ
Support group to help men and women grow and heal through the pain of same sex struggles. Contact: Napela Gaspang, 864-3037 Meetings: Every third Sunday, 2 p.m., New Hope Ministry Center, Kauai Room.
Dealing With Anger God’s Way
This 12-week course helps adults deal with their anger God’s way (class does not meet court-mandated requirements). Contact: Perry Ayers, 479-7410
Children/Teens of Divorce
We provide healing and support to children and youth of divorced parents. Contact: Lori Gandeza, 222-9077 Meetings: Fridays, 7 p.m., New Hope Ministry Center
Biblical support group for those that are suffering from broken marriages. Contact: Lori Gandeza, 222-9077 Meetings: Fridays, 7 p.m., New Hope Ministry Center ￼￼
Our goal is to support men and women to process and heal from the negative effects of divorce. Contact: Reggie Goo, 845-7947 Meetings: Mondays, 7 p.m., New Hope Warehouse
Children’s Ark Equipping – Lifestages
How would you like to be a part of a child’s initial meeting with Jesus? Children’s Ark is offered for children from ages three months to 4th grade and is available at all weekend and Midweek services. Our classes run the same time as the main worship services. Each of our Children’s Ark leaders are screened to work with the children.Various positions up to two-hour shifts are available. Contact: Jera Silva, jerasilva@eNewhope.org
Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible. What days and times are available to serve and where are the greatest needs? Ministry Center — Wednesday Midweek, 7 p.m. FHS — Saturdays, 5 & 7 p.m. services / Sundays, 7, 9 & 11 a.m. services Every area has needs. Are there any requirements for serving? All volunteers need to complete a ministry application, interview, background and reference check prior to serving. Is there any training? Verbal training, with Q&As and review of the minstry’s handbook. There is also hands-on shadowing experience in class with other veteran volunteers.
Facilities Team Administration
We are the movers and maintainers of God’s places of worship and are dedicated to improve and equip our Ministry Center and New Hope campuses. Help is welcomed anytime, day and night, for an hour or more! Come strengthen your faith as you serve the Lord. We always can use experienced tradesmen (electrical, plumbing, drywall, painting) to help with building maintenance and training. Contact: Kyle Lum, (808) 842-4242 ext. 123 or kylelum@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible. What days and times are available to serve and where
are the ministry’s greatest needs? We have serving opportunities every weekday, at the Ministry Center Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Evenings, 5-9 p.m. on certain days of the week The need is always there! Any time is a great time! Are there any requirements for me to serve in this ministry? A heart to serve Jesus, in His house! NO experience is needed! We do want you to bring your Bible and journal for devotions with the team. Is there any training? Training is “on the job,” shadowing others. There is minimal training needed for housekeeping and set-up/take-down operations.
In the Book of 2 Chronicles, King Jehoshaphat was faced with the prospect of three surrounding nations declaring war upon Judah. Faced with a dire situation, he begged God for guidance against the insurmountable odds. What he got back in return was a message: “Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. The battle is not yours, but God’s” (2 Chr. 20:15b). That is the basis of the name of New Hope’s Frontlines Ministry. God used the singers and dancers who were sent first to confront the enemy before the rest of the army. In the same fashion, New Hope sends out the Frontlines Ministry, comprising singers, dancers, musicians, drama and production teams (video, sound, lights), throughout the weekend services to prepare the hearts of the congregation for God’s message. Contact: Justin Smith, (808) 842-4242 ext. 315 or justin@eNewhope.org Drama We express our love for the Lord through drama. Auditions are held once a year & are announced through the bulletin. Contact: Mark Ganialongo, (808) 842-4242 ext. 404 Dance Ministry Do you have a passion for dancing and a desire to use your gift for the Lord? Then our dance ministry is for you, as we express our love for the Lord through dance! Contact: Lanu Tilton, (808) 842-4242 ext. 304 or lanutilton@eNewhope.org
Front Lines Evangelism
Music We use our God-given talents to spread the Good News through all types of musical instruments. Auditions are held on a continuous basis. Call now to schedule an appointment. Contact: Frederick Alcain, (808) 842-4242 ext. 307 or fredalcain@eNewhope.org
Production Do you have a passion to assist in programming or producing our weekend services? We are currently looking for experienced event producers and programmers. Contact: Justin Smith, (808) 842-4242 ext. 315 or justin@eNewhope.org Vocals We use the gift of voice through song as a medium to communicate the Gospel in a creative & contemporary way. Auditions are held twice a year. Look for announcements in the bulletin. Contact: Frederick Alcain, (808) 842-4242 ext. 307 or fredalcain@eNewhope.org
Greeters Ministry Edification
What an honor to make a first impression to every person who comes into New Hope with a warm smile and welcome. Come be a part of this exciting ministry as we greet newcomers as well as those who have been a part of the family for a while with a bulletin and name tag! Contact: Keola Richards, (808) 842-4242 ext. 145 or keolarichards@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible according to volunteerâ€™s availability. What days and times are available to serve? 45 minutes prior to the start of the Saturday 5 p.m. service 30 minutes prior to the start of the Saturday 7 p.m. service Sundays, 7, 9 & 11 a.m. services Wednesday Midweek service, 7 p.m. What days/times are the ministryâ€™s greatest needs? Saturdays, 5 & 7 p.m. service Wednesday Midweek service, 7 p.m. Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? A HEART to Serve Jesus and His Church and a SMILE that is as big and
warm as the HEART. Is there any training? Training is “on the job” with the team leader of each service.
With warm hearts and a smile we serve a variety of refreshments and snacks which include the preparation of espresso, hot chocolate, coffee, shave ice, cookies and various other goodies.You can meet people AND have fun while serving Jesus and our ‘ohana.
Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible within the scheduled times. What days and times are available to serve? Shifts range from 1/2-hour, 1 hour, or as long as you would like to serve. Saturday prep time, 3:30 p.m. After the 5 & 7 p.m. service. Sunday prep time, 6 a.m. Serving after the 7, 9 and 11 a.m. service. Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? Saturdays, 3:30 p.m. After the 7 p.m. service Sundays, any time and especially with shave ice after the 9 & 11 a.m. services. Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? General motor skill and a heart to serve Jesus! Is there any training? We provide simple “on the job” training.
Levites prepare the sanctuary by setting up and breaking down for our weekend services. Many different teams work together with equipment, supplies and maintenance including setting up tents, chairs,
Contact: Keola Richards, (808) 842-4242 ext. 145 or keolarichards@eNewhope.org
tables and general cleaning at Farrington High School (FHS) and our Ministry Center. Contact: Cody Smith, codysmith@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible.
What days and times are available to serve? Friday FHS set-up, 4-8 p.m. Saturday morning FHS set up, 9 a.m. (various areas on campus) Saturday Children’s Ark set up, 11 p.m.–1 a.m. Sunday touch-up, 3-6 a.m. Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? Sunday FHS breakdown, 12-5 p.m. Are there any requirements for me to serve in this ministry? An obedient heart to serve Jesus and a lot of manual labor is involved. Is there any training? Training is “on the job,” shadowing others.
Join a great group of willing hearts as we shine a light for Christ! See all the moving/stationary lights on stage during the service? That’s what our ministry is about! Contact: Justin Smith, (808) 842-4242 ext. 315 or justinsmith@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes. Scheduling is flexible. What days and times are available to serve? Saturdays, 1:30-8:30 p.m. Sundays, 5:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Wednesday Midweek, 5-8:30 p.m. Other special services/occasions. Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? Being teachable with a heart to serve Jesus!
Is there any training? Yes, hands-on shadowing.
Malama ‘Ohana Evangelism
Join us as we serve the servants of Frontlines. We provide dinner and encouragement to sustain our weekend warriors on Saturday evenings in the green room after the first service. Planning and preparation of these meals is a team effort! Contact: Justin Smith, (808) 842-4242 ext. 315 or justinsmith@eNewhope.org
Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? We need people who like to cook. What are the requirements to serve in this ministry? First, a joyful heart to serve Jesus! Able to assist with either/or all: setup, preparation, serving the meal, clean up or break down and/or able to prepare a meal at home or partnering with others (salad, starch, main dish or dessert). Is there any training? We provide on the job training as well as sharing recipes, tips and ideas. We also learn from each other that cooking can be simple and fun while preparing meals for large groups!
Multimedia (Video, Pro-Presenter) Evangelism
Through cameras and technology, we provide broadcast TV coverage and image-magnification of New Hope services and special events. Join us in spreading the Good News via video — we have opportunities for setting up, shooting video & taking down. Developing PowerPoint slides is another part of this exciting ministry. Contact: Claudia Alford, (808) 842-4242 ext. 311 or claudia@eNewhope.org What days and times are available to serve?
What days and times are available for me to serve? Serve at least once a month on one of the four teams, 1-2 hours from 3:30-7 p.m.
Saturdays, 1:30-8:30 p.m. Sundays, 5:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. We are flexible to your availability. Are there any requirements for me to serve in this ministry? Perseverance and the heart to serve Jesus. Is there any training? Yes, “on the job” training.
Other important information? A heart willing to learn.
Office Ministry Administration
We are committed to assist the church staff, members and all visitors to the Ministry Center in administration, reception, phones and office support. We also oversee the Morning Star Café, where you can help with the preparation of meals for our staff and visitors. We strive for an ambiance that is inviting, dynamic and collaborative in order to reflect the love of Christ. Contact: Eva Jung, (808) 842-4242 ext. 511 or evajung@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible. What days and times are available to serve? Receptionist Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. or 12:15-4:30 p.m. Volunteer Center Thursdays and Fridays, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Morning Star Cafe Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–3 p.m. (shifts available to fit your schedule) Wednesday Midweek Service, 3-7 p.m. Communion Prep and wash utensils every 6-8 weeks Sundays, 6, 8:30 & 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m. Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? Receptionist Thursday mornings; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons. Morning Star Cafe
Monday–Friday, Wednesday Midweek Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? A love for people, a heart to serve, LOTS of patience and understanding, in order to represent Jesus and New Hope in an excellent way (involves a lot of interaction with people, some nonChristians). Is there any training? Orientation is held at the Ministry Center along with a tour of the facility. On-the-job training.
Love to pray for others? Come join an exciting ministry as we serve to provide intercessory prayer for our congregation’s prayer requests. We also pray for those in weekend and Midweek services and for special events. Contact: Gina Pe’a, (808) 842-4242 ext. 423 or ginapea@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are, according to your availability. What days and times are available to serve? Weekend Services Saturdays, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Sundays, 7:30-9 a.m., 9-10:30 a.m, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Midweek, 7 p.m. What days/times are the ministry’s greatest needs? In the prayer room praying over prayer tab requests collected at each service. Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? A HEART to pray for others and open to the Holy Spirit leading you. Is there any training? Yes, there is training.
Prayer Ministry Edification
Our heart is to partner with you in your walk with Jesus.Visit our Bookstore and find books, gifts and apparel geared toward fulfilling the Great Commission. Contact: Julie Smith, (808) 842-4242 ext. 210 or juliesmith@eNewhope.org
Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible to your availability. What days and times are available for me to serve? FHS Saturdays set-up at 3 p.m. and sales after the services. FHS Sundays set-up at 6 a.m. and sales after all the services. Ministry Center, Tuesdays–Fridays — Various times from 10 a.m. Wednesday (Midweek) – 7 p.m. Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? Ministry Center – Fridays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. FHS Sundays, all services and “on call” help for special events. Are there any requirements for me to serve in this ministry? Just a heart to serve Jesus! Is there any training? Initially assisting with the sale of CDs and DVDs, progressing to using the cash register.
Parking / Safety Administration
We serve by directing traffic so that people can park and get to service in a timely way. Safety is our number one concern for those attending our weekend services. If you are interested fulfilling this need, we’d love to have you join our team. Contact: Jace Silva, (808) 392-3639 or jacesilva@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible. What days and times are available for me to serve? Shifts are only two hours. Come a half hour before each service starts
for about 45 minutes. Saturdays start 4:30 p.m. through 9 p.m. Sundays start 6:30 a.m. through 1 p.m. Are there any other requirements for me to serve in this ministry? To attend one service each weekend. Is there any training? Yes, shadowing a veteran parking/safety attendant. Are there any other requirements? Courteous, kind and a friendly smile and a heart that reflects Jesus.
Love to drive and meeting and those that are on their way to one of our weekend services? We need your help so that the parking lots on campus can be reserved for those first time attendees! Driving to and from Kalakaua Middle School and Honolulu Community College can be fun especially in an air-conditioned New Hope shuttle! Contact: Louie Hillen, (808) 842-4242 ext. 153 or louiehillen@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible. What days and times are available for me to serve? Fridays, 1-5 p.m. Saturdays, various shifts starting from 2:30-9:30 p.m. Sundays, various shifts starting from 6:30 a.m.â€“2:30 p.m. Where are the ministryâ€™s greatest needs? C.D.L. Drivers with passenger endorsement. Are there any other requirements for me to serve in this ministry? Standard drivers license and drivers abstract is needed. Is there any training? Yes, by riding with a veteran driver.
Shuttle Drivers Administration
Sound Ministry and Backstage Crew Evangelism
“Let the WORD be Heard ...” Come fellowship with the Sound Ministry — help with set-up (Friday evening, Saturday morning), breakdown (Sunday after the last service), or backstage during services. Come join the “invisible team” that assists with stage prop settings. Dressed in black, we blend quietly into the stage as we work together for seamless stage changes.You would be scheduled to serve about one weekend a month.
Contact: Justin Smith, justinsmith@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes, we are flexible. What days and times are available for me to serve? Saturdays and Sundays, Wednesdays at Midweek. Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? Entry level FHS Setup – Saturdays, 7-10 a.m. Stage – Saturdays, 2-8:30 p.m. Stage – Sundays, 5 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Breakdown – Sundays, 12:30-2:30 p.m. Midweek – Wednesdays, 5-9 p.m. Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? The heart to serve Jesus! Is there any training? Yes, there is hands-on shadowing and occasional classroom training. Four Pillars of the Ministry Spiritual — to Love Relational — to Encourage Leadership — to Shepherd Task — to Serve
Tentmakers Ministry Administration
You’re running late on your way to Farrington High School for weekend service and you’re afraid you aren’t going to get a seat in
the auditorium. Thanks to the efforts of the Tentmakers Ministry, that doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on service completely! Every weekend, the Tentmakers Ministry rises early on Saturday morning to raise the giant tents outside the Farrington Auditorium. Meeting at 6 a.m., they piece together the tents that house the seating for the overflow screen, as well as the ministry tent. They also break down the tents after the weekend services are finished on Sunday at 1 p.m. Come join this awesome team as they literally build a church for God’s people! Contact: Cody Smith, codysmith@eNewhope.org
Are there any requirements for me to serve in this ministry? Able to do some lifting and carrying, working outdoors (rain or shine) and ESPECIALLY with a heart to SERVE JESUS! Is there any training? Training is hands on during set-up and break-down.
We help to create an atmosphere of worship by assisting, directing and leading people to their seats. We also handle various situations or needs as they arise. Join us in expressing a very personal and practical aloha in seating the saints! Contact: Keola Richards, (808) 842-4242 ext. 145 or keolarichards@eNewhope.org What days and times are available for me to serve? (Two-hour time slots) Weekend services from 4:30 p.m. Saturdays, 6:30 p.m. Sundays, 6:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays (Midweek), 6:30 p.m. Where are the ministry’s greatest needs?
What days and times are available for me to serve and where are the greatest needs? Saturday FHS set-up, 6-9:30 a.m. Sunday FHS take-down, 1-3:30 p.m. We are flexible to volunteers’ availability.
Saturdays, 7 p.m. service Sundays, 11 a.m. service What are the key character traits needed to serve in this ministry? Greeting people with a smile, kindness, gentleness, patience, selfcontrol, observant and a heart to serve.
Do you provide training? Written procedures and guidelines provided, verbal instruction prior and during service, and shadowing of an usher for two weeks.
Yes! Team Edification
Join us in congratulating and welcoming those that have just said “Yes!” to Jesus. We have serving opportunities between services as we hand out “Yes!” packets, celebrating with the new believer and connecting them into the ‘ohana of New Hope. Contact: Keola Richards, (808) 842-4242 ext. 145 or keolarichards@eNewhope.org Are you able to work around my schedule? Yes we are able to work around your schedule. What days and time are available to serve? Saturdays after the 5 & 7 p.m. service Sundays after 7, 9 & 11 a.m. service Where are the ministry’s greatest needs? At all services and special occasions (Easter, etc.). Are there any requirements to serve in this ministry? Heart of service unto God, hospitality, passion for YES! Ministry. Complete interview with YES! team leader. Must sit in at least one service each weekend. Is there any training? Yes, shadowing and YES! Ministry procedure provided.
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Tuesday, 10 a.m. Saturday Sunday Call for info Tuesday Tuesday
12-Step Recovery Women, Community Bible Study Jiu-Jitsu Participants Learn@NewHope Men’s Men’s Impact Men’s Impact Men’s (Stay-at-home Dads) Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all
Micha Etrata Paul Nakamura Randy Ching Joe Lovan Sean Fujii Sean Tong Carole Kaapu Gary Higa Brendan Burns Bob and Gaye Drummond Carole Kaapu
Bill Weatherton Cynthia Machida
479-1243 265-7774 478-2077 220-4330
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Benedict Palmari, 389-9797 email@example.com carolekaapu@eNewhope.org None firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Kalihi Care Groups Dillingham, Farrington, Liliha, Kalihi, Alewa Heights, Nuuanu
Open to all Praise Women’s
Families - Filipino/English Married Couples Men’s Men’s Impact Open to all Open to all
45+ Children Couples/Teens Devotions (CC) Families
Tuesday Friday Friday 2nd & 4th Friday Friday Sunday Alt. Tues Tuesday
Carlito Langcay Yvette Akamu Rick Goslin Scotty Sagon Mark Gallagher James and Jewels Montgomery Ben Johnson David Keaulana Kathleen Goslin
Mel Hayakawa Jo Lauer Roxanne Ching Thomas Mikasobe Tony and Deann Turner
294-0722 668-8788 352-6784
230-9876 699-4009 224-7369 220-5333 277-2898
222-0596 548-8819 696-1764 652-3440 478-5536
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email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org balloonAccents@aol.com email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Leeward and Central Oahu Care Groups Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Mililani,Waipahu,Waianae
Thursday Friday Thursday Saturday
Halau Married Couples Men’s Men’s Men’s Men’s Men’s Impact Open Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all
Friday Friday 1st & 3rd Fridays Open to all Thursdays Open to all Young Adults Call Open to every Tuesday Prison - Halawa Correctional Thursday
Tuesday Saturday Tuesday
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629-4452 383-3603 223-2214 478-8649
Roc and Connie Oh Peter Tang Dan Marzo Roy Graham
398-4770 398-4770 247-0571 545-2438 247-7957 352-7686 927-2386 688-6281 223-2214 222-0037 255-3109 587-2560
E-mail email@example.com marcussanders@eNewhope.org firstname.lastname@example.org none email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Sanders Marcus Sanders Mike Schick Murray Hohns Clarence Rodrigues Robert Miura Nito Sevilleja Emy Alverez Mike and Lori Rodriguez Daniel Marzo Ernie Kaahanui JoAnn Takahashi Wally and Maura Tanaka
Mapunapuna Care Groups Airport, Pearl City, Aiea, Mapunapuna, Halawa, Foster Village, Mounalua,Waimalu, Hickam
Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday Sunday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Wednesday Thursday
Open to all
Open to all
Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all Men’s Open to all Open to all Open to all Open to all
Richard and Mary Waialeale Nalani Akiona and Cindy Goo William Guzman Jera Silva Sam Kapu Gina Pe’a Calvin Kochi Justin Smith Louie Hillen Fred Alcain Micah Simpson Laure Adaro Mark Ganialongo
Ext. 355 Ext. 423 Ext. 326 Ext. 315 Ext. 153 Ext. 307 Ext. 321 Ext. 650 Ext. 404
Starbucks - Kahala Mall Hawaii Kai Town Center Kahala Zippy’s Starbucks - Aiea Shopping Center Ministry Center Moanalua 99 Food Court Starbucks - Stadium Market Place Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf - Ewa Town Center Starbucks - Moanalua Shopping Center Starbucks - Mililani Shopping Center Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf - Pearl City Shopping Center
Ala Wai Elementary
New Hope Staff Care Groups West Honolulu, Kalihi and Downtown
New Hope Staff Care Groups Ala Moana to East Honolulu, Mapunapuna to Leeward and Central Oahu to North Shore
Lanu and Malie Tilton
Wendell Tsukiyama Al Kaaihue Chad Brownstein Kyle Lum Larry Gillis Rod Shimabukuro, Arlene Iwano and Denise Hayashi Marsha Kochi Tim and Mardi Savage
Wednesday Thursday Thursay Thursday Thursday Thursday
Open to all Thursday Media Professionals Friday
Yasuko Imai Don Aguilar Keola Richards Laurie Komeiji and Marsha Kochi Claudia Alford Eva Jung and Laurie Young Donna Mae Katsura John Tilton Nikki Miyamoto
Sunday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday
Open to all Open to all Men’s Open to all Open to all Women’s Open to all Men’s Women (Early to mid-20s) People Affected By Infidelity Open to all Men’s Open to all Men’s Open to all Open to all
Japanese Ministry Table - Farrington High School Starbucks - Kamehameha Shopping Center Ministry Center - Frontlines Office Ministry Center Starbucks Waimalu Ministry Center Ministry Center Ministry Center Ministry Center Ministry Center - Frontlines Office Ministry Center - LEAD Center New Hope Warehouse #2 Ministry Center - Maui Room New Hope Warehouse - Operations Room Ministry Center - Counseling Room Ministry Center Ministry Center Ministry Center - Maui Room
Ext. 150 Ext. 150 Ext. 145 Ext. 116 Ext. 311 Ext. 511 Ext. 349 Ext. 155 Ext. 128 Ext. 304 Ext. 151 Ext. 151 Ext. 140 Ext. 154 Ext. 424 Ext. 420 Ext. 408 Ext. 401
290 Sand Island Access Rd., Honolulu, HI 96819 • 808.842.4242 • www.enewhope.org