Canned goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, home cooked meals are dropped off weekly in the freezers and refrigerators at the HIV/Aids food bank in Kona.  Donations of food and money are used to create healthy meals. This commitment was started over 15 years ago by Pastor Emeritus John Hoover.
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CarePortal is the real time connection between Child Welfare Needs and Local Churches. Anne Dressel and Anne marie Murphy monitor requests and respond as needed.
Together we can be like Jesus here on The Big Island.
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Join the online Prayer Support Group (PSG). Receive periodic emails. PRAY. Bring the requests to God in prayer.

Contact Marjorie Mrasek, the PSG Leader,
      nanabanana049@gmail.com, 808-345-1989
      or the Church Office to participate

Replace the Windows  

There are seven windows in the chapel. Age, moisture and termites* have taken a toll on the windows. Replacements need to be in accordance with the historical nature of the building.  Bids for windows are being solicited.  It is anticipated that installation will be the most costly part of the replacement process. Mike O'Toole is taking the lead in this project.

[During the Covid shut down the church and the kitchen/bathroom building were tented and treated for termites.]

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Sharing Our Church
Due to Covid, meetings are on hold.

We share our hospitality with hundreds of island visitors each year. Our chapel and grounds are available for wedding ceremonies.

We also share our facilities with the Waikoloa Chuukese Church. Several people with ties to Chuuk (formerly Truk), part of the Federated States of Micronesia, now live in Waikoloa Village and in Hawaii. Rev. Randy Romer has several families in his lively vibrant congregation. Services are held in the Chuukese language at 1pm on Sundays..

We share our church grounds with two recovery groups who meet here weekly outside the buildings.

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Maintaining Historical Ocean Front Property  

Wow - The church steeple is visible as you turn off the highway on to Puako Beach Drive (September 2019).

In the 1800s King Kamehameha III granted a parcel of royal land for a church and school in Puako. In fall 2016 the State of Hawai`i DLNR and the UCC Hawai`i Conference Foundation executed a lease reuniting Hokuloa Church with the historical Puako School grounds (now shoreline area east of the church). Hokuloa Church along with the UCC Hawai`i  Conference Foundation have accepted responsibility for the care and maintenance of the land as part of our heritage. A Land Blessing was held on January 15, 2017 -- more pictures are on the Facebook page.

Preserving and caring for the land will include replacing invasive plant species with native Hawaiian and endemic plants, providing public access to the ocean and putting in a trail along the shoreline.

Mike O'Toole, Land Project Manager/Member of Hokuloa, worked with the Land Committee to open an access to the ocean and remove underbrush fire hazards. Native plantings and grass are being added. Next will be working with interested parties to lay out the historic trail. 
Community grants and in-kind services are welcome.  Watch for opportunities to work on on-going projects.  Mahalo

“If I take the wings of the morning and settle at the farthest limits of the sea,

even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me fast..” - Psalm 139: 9-10

In partnership with the Waikoloa Lions Club and to benefit the ongoing efforts of Lorna Saito, affectionately known as "Aunty Lorna", Hokuloa United Church of Christ (HUCC) is sponsoring a Lenten Food Drive in the greater Waikoloa area beginning March 7th, 2021.


Aunty Lorna, who many consider Waikoloa Village's Angel, prepares and distributes food to those in need year-round. She has been doing this for decades with a loving, giving, and open heart. HUCC is eagerly looking to help supply her pantry with non-perishables. We accept monetary donations as well.


Suggested items include but are not limited to Spam, sacks of rice, canned foods of any sort, personal hygiene products, cereals, condiments, pasta, and sauces.