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Coronavirus Update

Updated on Friday, 3.27.20 at 10:00am
Thank you for your love for Jesus and your concern for the well-being of our island. We’re living in a unique moment of history – threat of fear, sickness, and financial loss looms large in everyone’s mind.

Most likely, every conversation you have with someone (at least six feet apart, of course), somehow finds its way back to COVID-19. To do our part in preventing the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), we will no longer be meeting at any of our physical locations until further notice.

Here are some answers to some questions you may have...

HOW DO I JOIN WORSHIP SERVICES ONLINE?

We will be streaming our services live on Sundays at 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:45am, 5:00pm and 7:00pm.
You can also watch on-demand. Messages are available after 1pm on Mondays.

ARE GRACE GROUPS STILL MEETING?

  • Grace groups will continue to meet online. They are the heart of our church and the place where community and discipleship happen. Let’s continue to strengthen and build community during a time when we need each other more than ever. As we gather together, take some time to pray for God to release His power in a greater way.


WHERE CAN I GIVE MY TITHES AND OFFERINGS?


  • If you prefer to give by check, you can mail them directly to the church office (1136 12th Ave., Suite 230, Honolulu, HI 96816). 

WHAT’S AVAILABLE FOR MY KIDS IN THIS SEASON?

  • Please know that your family will continue to be in our prayers as we navigate these circumstances together. 

  • The Grace Kidz page on our website will be updated weekly with new lessons, videos, activities and songs for you and your family! 

  • We are also putting together resources and curriculum on the Parent Cue App for you and your children. We hope to keep your kids engaged and provide ways for them to grow spiritually.  

WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP?

  • Join us in prayer and fasting on Thursdays. As we contend in faith, there are some breakthroughs that can only come through prayer and fasting (Mark 9:29). We’ll be praying for the eradication of the virus and an increasing desperation for God’s presence to move in our lives, our church and our city. Everyone is encouraged to pray individually and in small groups.

  • Visit our Hope for Honolulu page to discover how you can experience hope and give hope. Understand that this is a season of increased anxiety in our community. Look for opportunities to serve the needs of those around you. Invite them to your small group. Offer to pray for them. Let’s be the hands and heart of Jesus.

  • When stocking necessities for the future, avoid over-buying so there can be enough for others. To care is to share. 

  • Also, let’s be mindful of the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which encourages us to stay home when you are sick, thoroughly wash your hands soap and water, and avoid touching your face.

What should I say to my friends and family members who are afraid?

  • In Psalm 46, we’re reminded that it is God who is our refuge and strength, and our ever-present help in trouble. As Christians, we remain confident of God’s constant presence and careful attention to all that is happening. Let’s not be driven by fear, but with confidence using this opportunity share the hope of Jesus through our prayers and care for others.


Even though our world has changed, the power of God has not changed. The truth of Scripture has not changed. The hope of Jesus has not changed. Our mission as a church has not changed. Let us not give in to fear. Rather, let’s fix our eyes on Jesus, our hope and the perfecter of our faith.

Working together to reach our city,

Pastor Gregg and the Grace Honolulu team