Christ Lutheran Church



Church Events 

Christ Lutheran Church Annual Variety Show 
Catch all the acts on our YouTube Channel -    at clcmililani 
 February 25, 2017  7 pm
cupid shuffle 
hulaGet Your Act Together and join the fun at the CLC Annual Variety Show...skits, sing, dance, act, instrumentals. 
wheels on the bus 

Lent Soup Suppers 
soup supper  
Wednesday nights during Lent Season 
Annual Sunday School Easter Egg Hunt 
annual easter egg hunt
Easter Sunday 
7:00 & 10:45 a.m.  


synod assembly




Our assembly theme reflects this year's 500th anniversary of the birth of the Reformation and the reality that Reformation is not simply a historical occurrence, but the way of the church in every age. Christ, God's Living Word, continues to inform and transform us. During the assembly, we will hear stories from folks in our synod, sharing what God is up to in their lives and the life of our Pacifica congregations. God is at work through the Holy Spirit re-forming us today. We, as a church, have a story to tell. This is an exciting time to be the Body of Christ! 


Western States Youth Gathering 
Summer 2017 
Held on the campus of California Lutheran University in Southern California  
June 28 - July 2, 2017  
For all high school youth in ELCA Regions 1 - 4  
Western States Youth Gathering occurs every three years. There will be mass gatherings with great speakers and musicians; learning and small group experiences; a beach day; immersion experience in Los Angeles; worship that takes you in new directions; and much more!  
Registration opens on Oct. 3. $425/person.  This price goes up to $460 on January 3, 2017. For more info, go to the website at 
Questions? Contact Linda LeBlanc, Assistant Director for Congregational Relations at  or 805.493.3936. 


 Calling all youth!


Come join us for food, friends,

fellowship, worship, campfire, & more!

Youth Retreats

Camp Mokuleia - North Shore

Bring a Friend!

RSVP 623-9229


God's Work Our Hands 


GWOH 2016

This year we expressed our gratitude to our local First Responders by providing lunches to 120 local  Fire Fighters, Police Officers, and EMS workers, made by our voluteers. 

  Past Projects 
painting crew 
Making our community a better place by sharing God's love with our neighbors. 
  • Mililani Graffiti Clean Up 
  • Food Drive at Times Super Market & Door to Door 
  • Mililani High School Projects 




World Cup of Foods 
International Dinner & Games 
Can’t get enough pasta, love Mexican food, just dying for some Thai food, got a hankering for some local favorites, then come join us for delicious food, exciting conversation and a fun filled night of games. Just bring a delectable dish to share and your favorite board game. 


 Help Support Christ Lutheran Church 
give aloha 
Make a donation to CLC at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout, and Foodland & the Western Union Foundation will make a donation to our organization, too! 
Christ Lutheran Church  Code 77769 
Just show your Maka'i card and make a donation (up to $249 per person) at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout from September 1-30, 2016. Foodland and Western Union Foundation will match all donations up to a total of at least $300,000 for all organizations combined. 
Thank you for your suport! 

Oct. 31, 2017, will mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 Theses on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany – an act that sparked the Lutheran Reformation. 
Grace Gathering 
New Orleans, LA 
  500th anv 

Voting members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) approved a number of key actions during the 2016 ELCA Churchwide Assembly held in New Orleans Aug. 8-13. The assembly is the highest legislative authority of the church.    

The 945 voting members:
* Elected William B. Horne II of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Clearwater, Fla., vice president of the ELCA. Horne was installed during closing worship Aug. 13.

* Accepted the "Declaration on the Way," a unique ecumenical document that marks a path toward greater unity between Catholics and Lutherans. At the heart of the document are 32 "Statements of Agreement" that state where Lutherans and Catholics do not have church-dividing differences on topics about church, ministry and the Eucharist. The document also presents the differences that remain.

* Approved AMMPARO - the ELCA's strategy to Accompany Migrant Minors with Protection, Advocacy, Representation and Opportunities. The ELCA developed this strategy based on commitments to uphold and guarantee the basic human rights and safety of migrant children and their families; to address the root causes of migration in countries from Central America's Northern Triangle and Mexico and the treatment of migrants in transit; to work toward just and humane policies affecting migrants in and outside the U.S.; to engage as a church with all of its companions, affiliates and partners to respond to the migration situation and its causes; and to advocate for migrant children and their families.

* Approved the Ministry of Word and Service roster. Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, ELCA associates in ministry, deaconesses and diaconal ministers will be a single, unified roster of Ministry of Word and Service. The accompanying constitutional amendments related to the roster were also considered and approved by the assembly.

* Approved the 2017-2019 budget proposal. The budget includes a 2017 current fund spending authorization of $65,296,005 and a 2017 ELCA World Hunger spending authorization of $24.8 million; a 2018 current fund income proposal of $64,057,220 and a 2018 ELCA World Hunger income proposal of $25 million; a 2019 current fund income proposal of $64,151,175 and a 2019 ELCA World Hunger income proposal of $25 million; and authorizes the Church Council to establish a spending authorization after periodic review of revised income estimates.

* Approved various memorials - or proposals - from the ELCA's 65 synods. In addition to memorials considered "en bloc," the assembly separately approved the following: deepening relationships with historic Black churches; toward a responsible energy future; repudiation of the Doctrine of Discovery; peace with justice in the Holy Land; justice for the Holy Land through responsible investment; African Descent Lutherans; call to discernment on U.S. foreign and military policy; welcoming refugees; and supporting military personnel, veterans and their families.

* Elected members to serve on: Church Council, Portico Benefits Services, Mission Investment Fund, Augsburg Fortress, Committee on Appeals, Committee on Discipline and Nominating Committee.

* Adopted amendments to the ELCA Constitution, Bylaws and Continuing Resolutions.

Our synod was well-represented by nine voting members to this year's Assembly. Our thanks to Bishop Andy Taylor, Chris Baldwin, Pastor Brenda Bos, Jay Finnecy, Lori Herman, Pastor Kim Krogstad, Pastor Samuel Kumissa, Karen Lathrop and Abigail Vaughn for giving so graciously of your time and talents to serve our synod and our church.



22nd Annual Pet Blessing Service  
pet sunday 
 An outdoor worship service with 
Blessing of the Animals 
Displays & Resources 
Community pet opportunities 
Photo opportunities with your pets 
 Prayers of Remembrance are given for pets who have died in the past year. Please email the church office with these names.You may bring a photo or other memento of this pet. 

all saints
In remembrance of all our Saints in our lives.

    It is a day to think with gratitude about the blessings we have received. After Thanksgiving, the commercial holidays of Black Friday and Cyber Monday are upon us, but so is #GivingTuesday! The ELCA has been observing this global day of giving for several years, and this year keep an eye on social media and get ready to encourage friends, family and congregation members to give toward a just world where all are fed. 
  With blessings from the Synod Hunger Team,
Sheri Groenveld   


wreathAnnual Christmas Caroling & Tree Trimming




Christmas Jubilee 

Praise Team, Handbell Choir, & Puppets

Performing at Mililani Town Center



Check us out at the Mililani Annual Christmas Parade on the first Saturday in December. The parade starts at 9:00 a.m. from the Mililani Shopping Center on Kipapa Dr. to the Mililani Town Center. Spectators receive free handmade Christmas yarn lei while enjoying tunes from our Handbell Choir.


parade 2013




This is our semi-annual opportunity to gather together as ELCA Lutherans in Hawaii to share our stories, discuss possible joint ministry efforts and prepare for the Annual Synod Assembly.   
More info. TBA 

April 13, 2016 


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