Nu’uanu Congregational Church is a church that cares for each other. Caring for one another is vital to what it means to be a faith community together. With members of the Ohana Ministry, our pastors visit and provide care for persons who are ill, hospitalized, bereaved or facing crisis in their lives. In addition, home communion services are offered to the growing number of members who are less ambulatory. Under the guidance of the Diaconate, Ohana Ministry keeps track of visitors to make them feel welcome as well track down inactive members to see how the congregation might continue to minister to them. New members are received and integrated into the life of service; and Hui Hoaloha and other fellowship groups provide opportunities for developing friendship and bond in Christ.
Complimenting the ministry of Ohana Ministry, Judy Keith serves as the Faith Community Nurse. Judy is trained and commissioned to help the congregation as well as individuals grow toward well being, emphasizing the interrelationship of body, mind and spirit. Judy focuses on the whole person to emphasize wellness, disease prevention and health promotion, including healthy spirituality.