How do you measure the impact that one person, one organization or one family makes in another person’s life? Is there a dollar amount, a wealth indicator, or maybe the number of friends we have? Friends are important. Friends are so valuable to God that Jesus was sent into our world so that people can become friends of God. Listen to what Jesus says about people who know Him in this quote from John 15.15 "I no longer call you slaves, because a master doesn't confide in his slaves. Now you are my friends, since I have told you everything the Father told me." - NLT
Our impact, as a church, is directly related to how many people in Puna and the rest of our world are called by Him as friend or sister or brother. We love being friends, being family, making new friends and living like Jesus to everyone in our classrooms, workplaces, sports’ clubs and families. Our passion for people is how and why we impact our community. Our programs and our community projects are founded upon our desire to see everyone become part of God's family.
Community organizations that Puna covenant helps
Money is a means to support people in our community who need assistance on a regular basis or when an emergency happens. We take great joy in helping those in need. Puna Covenant also helps out other organizations care for the hurting and those who need assistance.
Years Serving people in the Puna communities
Families and leaders have been raised and supported for over 106 years at Puna Covenant Church. There are also opportunities to serve, but the people who attend Puna Covenant have been called the light of the world.
children Impacted yearly through Our children and youth ministries
Children and youth are two areas that we intentional want to impact in Puna. It is such a critical time of life to surround keiki and opio with guidance, love, and encouragement.