Coronavirus Response Plan

- Starting June 2, Connection Groups will be resuming meeting face to face. Contact your group leader or email the church office for details on each church. We will begin Sunday worship back onsite at the church property June 21 at 10:30 AM with an outdoor service. Social distancing will be observed, and those who are willing are asked to wear a face mask. You will have the option to participate in your car in the parking lot, on the lanai, or spaced out on the church lawn. Bring your own canopy and lawn chairs if you have them! We will still live stream over on our YouTube Channel and we will work to upload the service here on the website. Please join us by whichever means you are comfortable with. More details will be posted later. 


- For Food Pantry and God’s Closet the last 2 Sundays of the month at 12:00 PM, we will do deliveries to the congregation on the Saturday before, and then assist anyone else from the community drive-through style on Sunday at 12 PM. Please remain in your vehicle for the safety of our volunteers.


- We will be posting via Facebook and the church website several opportunities for daily discipleship. Daily, we’ll post the Scripture readings for the day. We’ll also provide a short liturgy you can use with your household at mealtime as a reminder of communion in lieu of our ability to partake together right now. Scroll down for these options. We’ll also post discussion on the Facebook page and church blog. Go take a look!


- We will still have expenses as a church during this awkward time and most importantly want to be able to care for our people and community. Please consider continuing to give or giving sacrificially during this time:

  • You can give online.
  • You can mail a check to church: Connection Point Church of the Nazarene - HC3 Box 13519, Kea’au, HI 96749
  • One of the pastors can come and collect your tithes as needed. Call Pastor Malorri to schedule (808) 491-5374 or leave a message in the church office (808) 982-5177.

- We will re-evaluate our plans on a week to week basis as a pastoral team, but we are especially buckling down in this 15-day period as encouraged on a state and national level to care for those who may be most vulnerable among our community. Please stay home as much as possible. Reach out if you have childcare needs. 


- If you have needs throughout the week - especially getting supplies or medical attention, please contact the pastors or utilize the Church Directory to tap into the congregation. We have extra copies of the directory still available if you would like one!

Mahalo for your care for our community as we use this time to connect with the Lord, our families, and our neighbors with wisdom and love. God is with us and we are not alone!


- Pastors Ray & Malorri Seamon

Daily Scripture Readings:

Monday, June 1:

  • Psalm 1, 2, 3, 4, 7
  • Proverbs 3:11-20
  • 1 John 3:19-4:6
  • Matthew 11:1-6

Tuesday, June 2:

  • Psalm 5, 6, 10, 11
  • Proverbs 4:1-27
  • 1 John 4:7-21
  • Matthew 11:7-15

Wednesday, June 3:

  • Psalm 119:1-24; 12, 13, 14
  • Proverbs 6:1-19
  • 1 John 5:1-12
  • Matthew 11:16-24

Thursday, June 4:

  • Psalm 18
  • Proverbs 7:1-27
  • 1 John 5:13-21
  • Matthew 11:25-30

Friday, June 5:

  • Psalm 16, 17, 22
  • Proverbs 8:1-21
  • 2 John 1-13
  • Matthew 12:1-14

Saturday, June 6:

  • Psalm 20, 21:1-14, 104
  • Proverbs 8:22-36
  • 3 John 1-15
  • Ephesians 3:14-21
  • Matthew 12:15-21

Sunday, June 7:

  • Psalm 146, 147, 111, 112, 113
  • Job 38:1-11, 42:1-5
  • Revelation 19:4-6
  • John 1:29-34

Monday, June 8:

  • Psalm 25, 9, 15
  • Proverbs 10:1-12
  • 1 Timothy 1:1-17
  • Matthew 12:22-32

Tuesday, June 9:

  • Psalm 26, 28, 36, 39
  • Proverbs 15:16-33
  • 1 Timothy 1:18-2:8
  • Matthew 12:33-42

Wednesday, June 10:

  • Psalm 38, 119:25-48
  • Proverbs 17:1-20
  • 1 Timothy 3:1-16
  • Matthew 12:43-50

Thursday, June 11:

  • Psalm 37
  • Proverbs 21:30-22:6
  • 1 Timothy 4:1-16
  • Matthew 13:24-30

Friday, June 12:

  • Psalm 31, 35
  • Proverbs 23:19-21, 29-24:2
  • 1 Timothy 5:17-25
  • Matthew 13:31-25

Saturday, June 13:

  • Psalm 30, 32, 42, 43
  • Proverbs 25:15-28
  • 1 Timothy 5:5-21
  • Matthew 14:31-35

Sunday, June 14:

  • Psalm 93, 96, 34
  • Numbers 6:22-27
  • Acts 13:1-12
  • Luke 12:41-48

Monday, June 15:

  • Psalm 80, 77, 79
  • Number 9:15-23, 10:29-36
  • Romans 1:1-15
  • Matthew 17:14-21

Tuesday, June 16:

  • Psalm 78
  • Numbers 11:1-23
  • Romans 1:16-25
  • Matthew 17:22-27

Wednesday, June 17:

  • Psalm 119:97-120; 81, 82
  • Numbers 11:24-35
  • Romans 1:28-2:11
  • Matthew 18:1-9

Thursday, June 18:

  • Psalm 83, 85, 86
  • Numbers 12:1-16
  • Romans 2:12-24
  • Matthew 18:10-20

Friday, June 19:

  • Psalm 88, 91, 92
  • Numbers 13:1-3, 21-30
  • Romans 2:25-3:8
  • Matthew 18:21-35

Saturday, June 20:

  • Psalm 87, 90, 136
  • Numbers 13:31-14:25
  • Romans 3:9-20
  • Matthew 19:1-12

Sunday, June 21:

  • Psalm 66, 67, 19, 46
  • Numbers 14:26-45
  • Acts 15:1-12
  • Luke 12:49-56

Monday, June 22:

  • Psalm 89
  • Numbers 16:1-19
  • Romans 3:21-31
  • Matthew 19:13-22

Tuesday, June 23:

  • Psalm 97, 99, 100, 94, 95
  • Numbers 16:20-35
  • Romans 4:1-12
  • Matthew 19:23-30

Wednesday, June 24:

  • Psalm 101, 109, 119:121-144
  • Numbers 16:36-50
  • Romans 4:13-25
  • Matthew 20:1-16

Thursday, June 25:

  • Psalm 105
  • Numbers 17:1-11
  • Romans 5:1-11
  • Matthew 20:17-28

Friday, June 26:

  • Psalm 102, 107:1-32
  • Numbers 20:1-13
  • Romans 5:12-21
  • Matthew 20:29-34

Saturday, June 27:

  • Psalm 107:33-43; 108, 33
  • Numbers 20:14-29
  • Romans 6:1-11
  • Matthew 21:1-11

Sunday, June 28:

  • Psalm 118, 145
  • Numbers 21:4-9, 21-35
  • Acts 17:12-34
  • Luke 13:10-17
Monday, June 29:
  • Psalm 106
  • Numbers 22:1-21
  • Romans 6:12-23
  • Matthew 21:12-22

Tuesday, June 30:

  • Psalm 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126
  • Numbers 22:21-38
  • Romans 7:1-12
  • Matthew 21:23-32

Wednesday, July 1:

  • Psalm 119:145-176; 128, 129, 130
  • Numbers 22:42-23:12
  • Romans 7:13-25
  • Matthew 21:33-46

Find a printable version of the year's readings at: http://www.crivoice.org/pentecost2.html and http://www.crivoice.org/ordinary2.html

Remembering Christ at Mealtimes

Take a moment before you eat together as a household or as an individual to remember Christ's sacrifice for us. Though we can't partake in communion together right now, we trust that God's grace is still able to meet with us! Christ gave Himself for us not just to make us right with God, but to send us out into our world as servants willing to be broken and poured out like Christ. This is especially important to remember in our world right now!


Here are some ways you can pause to remember the grace poured out upon us at mealtime:

  • Take 30 seconds to all silently thank God for being with you today.
  • Select someone to pray a prayer of thanks out loud for the meal you're about to eat. It can be one sentence, or something longer, but use simple language like you're speaking with Jesus at your table....because you are!
  • Say our words of communion together - have one person prompt by saying, "Let's remember what is true together..." then all respond, "Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again."
  • Finally, have one person read the following blessing or a favorite verse from Scripture, and then enjoy your meal with gratitude:

Be present at our table, Lord,

Be here and everywhere adored.

Bless your people, and grant that we

may feast in paradise with thee. Amen.

– John Wesley