We believe that you’re never too old to be of use to the Lord! We welcome anyone who is retired or near retirement to join us.
We also believe that the real fun starts when you’re retired, that God can use anyone who’s willing, and that the older you get the more wisdom and experience you have to share with others. Don’t let our gray hair, wrinkles or bald spots fool you because we still have a lot to give to the generations below us!
We also recognize that there are some specific challenges that we face as we age such as the loss of our spouse, physical issues, loneliness and financial concerns. Our desire is to address those issues to help us live longer, happier and more productive lives together with the support and care of others.
And so it is with this perspective that we actively participate in many of the present ministries at Anchor Church as well as look for other opportunities that God brings to us. We have Connect Groups that cater more to our age demographic, fun events that bring all age groups together or sometimes just for us younguns, and seminars that target the needs and issues of our generation.
Join us and share the valuable lessons and experiences that have made us who we are today!
“stories we have heard and known, stories our ancestors handed down to us. We will not hide these truths from our children; we will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the Lord, about his power and his mighty wonders.” – Psalm 78:3-4
Fellowship Fridays // every Friday from 10:00AM – 2:00PM at Po’okela Campus Courtyard
Back By Popular Demand: “BOWLING” // Wednesday March 29, 2017 at Pali Lanes in Kailua, starting at 6pm
Price: $10.00 for 3 games, includes shoes. Come and have a night of good fun, laughter and meet and make new friends.
Let’s Go Night Reef Torching! // More Info to come
Relax, fellowship, have dinner (bring your own bento and beverage), talk story; 7 pm when the sun sets and it’s dark, we’ll go torching and explore the reef life. Then fellowship and talking fishing tales when we get back to the pier.
Gary Kong, our man of the sea, will take us on a safe, fun walk through the shallow reefs of Kaneohe, checking out the exciting nightlife of our windward reef. Bring rubber tabis or old walking shoes, gloves, strap-on head lamp or flashlight, spear, fish bag and bucket. You might also want to bring a windbreaker or jacket, towels and beach chair.