June 30 after service 11:00- 1p @ the church office.
Lunch provided, games, and a time of prayer for the graduates. Any questions contact Jason: Jaskoide@gmail.com
Join us after the service May 19 to learn more about our charity partner, Hagar USA. Their Director, Mike Nowlin, will be in from the mainland to share about Hagar’s work in Central and SE Asia offering hope and healing to survivors of trafficking, slavery and abuse. Light refreshments will be served.
On the 3rd Saturday of each month beginning at 8am, we gather to pray for Bluewater, the Hawaiian Islands and the world. It's a time of deep connection and pressing in, to usher in God's goodness and plans. Contact Julie Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and location.
Friday is an in-depth overview on sex trafficking in Hawaii, what vulnerabilities, and red flags parents & church leaders need to know about in their families and communities. Saturday workshops give you tools on how to respond. **Adults only, no kids** Register here --> https://explicitmovement.org/listen/
Following our Easter Celebration, we will have our annual Bluewater Easter
Potluck. Bring a color inspired dish according to your last name:
A - D bring something orange;
E - H, bring something red;
I - L, bring something green;
M - P, bring something brown;
Q - T, bring something white;
U - X bring something purple;
Y - Z, bring something yellow.
Bluewater Women continues our series "Lean In: Inspiring Stories of Unapologetically Powerful Women". On Saturday April 13, 9-11am, Li Zhao Schooland shares her story: “With God All Things Are Possible”. St. Mark's Coptic Church. To RSVP/ more info: email@example.com.
Friday, March 29 (6-9pm) and Saturday, March 30 (9am - 5pm)
Fee: $25 per person (includes Sozo training materials and lunch on Saturday)
Training Location: Cedar Assembly of God, 620 Waipa Lane, Honolulu, HI 96807
Accessing Waipia Lane: while traveling west on Vineyard Blvd, turn right onto Waipia lane right after crossing Liliha Street.
Registration for Sozo training is now closed.
What is Sozo? Sozo is the Greek word meaning saved, healed, delivered. Sozo is our Inner Healing and Deliverance Ministry here at Bluewater. If you call Bluewater Mission your home church and are interested in learning about tools for inner healing, you are welcome to attend the training. This training is also a requirement to join the Bluewater Sozo Ministry Team. If you’re new to Sozo and want to learn more, please go to www.bluewatermission.org/sozo.
When you hear “never give a sword to a man that can’t dance” do you feel a pull to both dance and fight? Have you ever wondered what in the world is happening in the corner with all the flags, ribbons, and dancing during worship? Have you been asking God for a way to feel closer to Him? We will explore what praise and worship looks like in the Bible, and allow the Holy Spirit to lead us in practice to expand our worship vocabulary. No dance experience necessary. Snacks provided! Contact Safinia (firstname.lastname@example.org) or JoAnn (email@example.com) with any questions.
Sunday, March 10th, 2pm at Magic Island!
Jesse passed away after contracting Hep A and malaria following a mission trip to Uganda. Join us to honor, celebrate and say goodbye to Jesse. All welcome, whether you knew him personally, prayed for him, or heard his story.
Bluewater Women kicks off our new monthly series "Lean In: Inspiring Stories of Unapologetically Powerful Women". On Saturday March 9, 9-11am, Angie Gibbons shares! St. Mark's Coptic Church on Alewa Heights. All women are welcome. To RSVP/ more info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For families with children and those interested in our children's ministry, we'll be having a brief meeting right after service this Sunday, February 24, in the keiki area, to answer any questions about our recent transition in children's ministry leadership and our search for a new Children's Pastor.
Saturday, February 9, 8:30a-12:30p, St. Mark Coptic Church 1052 Ilima Dr, 96817. Through this beautiful hands-on, listening process, you'll converse concretely with God about your life and his direction going forward. Space is limited. Contact email@example.com for RSVP/info.
Join us on Monday Dec 24th, 6:30pm, at Magic Island for our annual Christmas Eve on the Beach liturgical service. We’ll offer classic carols and a meditation on the Christmas story. Meet at the lagoon near the lifeguard tower. Bring a beach chair, blanket, or towel to sit on.
An evening of Music, Dance and Art
Holiday Refreshments to follow
Two shows (click below for tickets):
Saturday, December 8, 4:30pm
Saturday, December 8, 7:00pm
Tickets are $5 if you purchase in advance online, and $10 at the door. All proceeds will go towards the Bluewater Justice Ministry Community houses helping individuals recovering from homelessness, abuse, addiction and human trafficking.
If you are interested in helping out, click here to sign up!
New to Bluewater? Join us! We'll cover where we've been, where we're going, all our ministries and who our leaders are. The class dates are Oct 7, 14 and 21 from 11:15am - 12:15pm in the church office. Kindly plan on attending all three classes. Contact Julie Olson: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This experiential, faith-based workshop for couples will help you replace hurtful patterns with healing interactions that meet your deep emotional needs. Sept. 7-8, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm, Church of the Crossroads, 1212 University Ave., Honolulu. $250/couple; $10 discount/couple if 10 Bluewater couples sign up! For more info visit www.trieft.org/christian-couple-workshop/
"Carpe Diem: Building Your Bluewater Life"
Powerful life needs a powerful lifestyle.
The Bluewater community tries hard to provide a culture that empowers Godly faith and purpose for every individual. We’ve learned a lot about what it takes, and one thing that’s always required is a very intentional approach to daily living. People sometimes get stuck between their spiritual desires and their practical life. They trust God and long for growth and impact, but they don’t see much happening day to day.
A purposeful day doesn’t just happen; it gets built. It’s a matter of clarity, priorities and practical methods. God calls; we build our days artfully around his calling. Trust just needs a method. So, how do you get into the Spirit and stoke faith each morning? How do you inject purpose into your work hours? What’s the best way to ensure progress in the things that count? What secures harvest? How does a good day end? Spiritual things made practical, and practical things of great spiritual importance.
The All-Church Retreat will be filled with fellowship, worship, prophetic ministry, teaching and rest. It will also be a time to clarify and update your lifestyle with God.
Registration for the All Church Retreat is now closed. See you there!