When moving to Hawaii (Kauai to be exact), we wanted to continue our church worship. We attended The Champion Center of Las Vegas back home, and wanted to find a new church home.
In my opinion, Hawaii is a very spiritual place and there are many different churches here, but what does it take to find a church home when moving to Hawaii.
I could probably end this blog post right here with tip #1.
1. Shop (look) around
On previous visits, (vacation) we made it a point to look around and try different churches in the area.
I for one, am particular about the worship music. Having been a keyboard player in my church Worship Team, I am looking for a particular feel as a musician.
On our trip in December 2014, my daughter and I finally found a church we really liked. We almost felt as if we were home in Vegas during the worship part of the service.
Ironically, I’ve always enjoyed being 2 miles away from church and not having far to drive, but we didn’t mind driving 20-30 minutes to Kauai Christian Fellowship in Koloa.
I’m sharing these tips with you the reader in hopes of helping you know how to find a church home and church family when moving to the islands.
We moved here knowing NO one, so it was important to me to find a place right away to belong.
Especially for my young teenaged daughter, having a place to belong, making new friends, was important.