Pali View Baptist Church, Christ Centered: Transformed Empowered Loving Compassionate

About Us

Staff Directory
Aloha! At Pali View Baptist Church, our staff is happy to serve you and your family. If you are new to Hawaii or looking for a warm and friendly place to worship and fellowship, we would like to welcome you to our family. Each member of our staff is here to meet your needs so please don’t hesitate to call on us. Our ministry team members will be glad to answer your questions and introduce you to the family of God at Pali View. We look forward to hearing from you and may God Bless.
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Being across from the main entrance of Hawaiian Memorial Park on Kamehameha Highway in Kaneohe, Oahu, Pali View is quickly reached from all areas on the Windward side as well as other areas of Oahu via the H3 Freeway as well as both Likelike Highway and Pali Highway. > View map

The Pali View Baptist Church began as a branch Sunday School of the Nuuanu Baptist Church in 1951. The Kaneohe Mission, as it was called, was pastored by the Reverend William Haltom. Its first home was the Windward Associational Community Hall (the present location of the Castle Professional Center).

On January 13, 1952 the mission was organized into the Kaneohe Baptist Church and was affiliated with the Hawaii Southern Baptist Convention. In July 1952, the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention helped the church purchase the property where it is currently located at 45-510 Halekou Road. A dedication service was held on May 3, 1953 at which time the church moved into its new facilities and was renamed the Pali View Baptist Church. > more…

PVBC is a vibrant, Christ-centered body reflecting God’s holiness and love, united in faith and service. We are transformed and empowered by the Holy Spirit through prayer, Bible study and worship. We equip His people to extend God’s grace to our neighbors and the world.

1. We value love and compassion for all people because they demonstrate Christ in our lives.
2. We value faith in Christ as the basis of our salvation.
3. We value ohana (friendship, relationships, and family) because it reflects God’s love for all people.
4. We value service as an expression of our love and faith.
5. We value reverence and worship to give thanks and honor to an almighty God for His love to us.
6. We value authenticity and honesty in relationships as a necessity to live the Christian faith.
7. We value Bible study and prayer as the means to receive Godly wisdom for living out our faith.

What We Believe
Our doctrinal statement reflects the broad, mainstream, conservative evangelical tradition which is consistent with the teachings of the Bible and which has stood the test of history and experience.
> Read our doctrinal statement here.

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