Join us for worship on Sunday mornings in-person or online at 9:15 AM. Children, toddlers through 6th grade, are invited to join KIDS’ CLUB during the second half of our worship service.


Our weekly services are recorded and posted online. If you are interested in joining an in-person or online small group, sign up here



PARKING – There is ample parking on the church property.
WHEN YOU ARRIVE – UABC has 2 buildings on our property. Our worship center is the building is on the makai side (closest to the ocean) of the parking lot. Please enter the worship center through the door on the front of the building, closest to the road. Before you enter the building, our welcome team will greet you, ask for your name (for our attendance records), and do a temperature reading. We continue to wear face masks & practice social distancing as we worship. 
BABIES – Babies are welcome to stay with you during the service, in worship center. If you and your baby need a quiet place to watch the service, there is a room for parents & babies on the 2nd floor of the worship center. 
KIDS – After you enter the building, you will notice a kids’ check-in station on the lanai. KIDS’ CLUB is available for children, ages 2-6th grade, during the second half of our worship service. If you would like your child to join KIDS’ CLUB during the sermon, you can check them in at this station. If it is your child’s first time at KIDS’ CLUB, we will provide you with a QR code for to scan with your phone, so you can register your child for KIDS’ CLUB. You can also register your child before you arrive here. Keiki will be dismissed for KIDS’ CLUB following the music portion of our worship service. Please pick your child up from their KIDS’ CLUB classroom following the worship service. 
‘OHANA – UABC is a multi-generational church family. Every member of our church family plays an important part! During the worship service, you will see people of all ages using their gifts & leading. Our worship services typically include prayer, singing, Scripture reading, testimonies, & a sermon. Our services typically end around 10:40 AM. 
GIVING – You can give to support the ministry of UABC in a variety of ways. When attending in-person, offering plates are placed by each lanai door. You can also give by mail, text message, or online. 


9:15 AM 


1. Everyone is asked to use face coverings for the duration of the service.
2. There will be one entrance point and one exit point for each worship service. You will enter through the front door of the worship center (the door facing University Avenue) and will exit through the lanai doors. 
3. A number of hand sanitizing stations will be available. We ask that everyone use the hand sanitizing station upon entrance into the sanctuary. 
4. A member of our welcome team will perform a temperature check on each person before they enter the worship center.
5. We will not have our normal greeting time and discourage any hugging or shaking hands. 
6. Tithes and offerings will be collected in bowls at the lanai exit. 
7. After the service, please exit through the lanai doors. 
8. An overflow room has been set up in the fellowship hall. Restrooms are also available in the fellowship hall. Please maintain social distancing guidelines during restroom use, and when waiting to use the restroom.
9. The worship center and bathrooms will be cleaned and sanitized between services. 
10. If you are unable to attend in-person, you can join us online


1. We ask anyone who is high risk or sick please remain at home during this time.
2. Parents will be responsible for their children before, during, and after the service. Please be sure children observe social distancing requirements. 





ENGLISH CLASSES – Beginner, intermediate, & advanced English classes are provided for free each Tuesday morning at 9:30 AM on the playground, behind Koon Mission Building. 
MOM + ME PRESCHOOL MEET UP – A mom & me preschool class is offered for free each Wednesday at 10:45 AM on the playground, behind Koon Mission Building. Learn more & sign up here (space is limited).

What does the church believe?

The Triune Nature of God

God always has been and always will be. He created life and sustains life. He has no equal. He exists in 3 distinct and equal persons: the Father, the Son, and the Spirit.

The Bible

The Bible is the inspired Word of God, relevant for daily living, and the final authority on all matters of faith.


The blood of Jesus Christ, shed on the cross, provides the sole basis for the forgiveness of sin. Therefore, salvation occurs when people place their faith in the death and resurrection of Christ as sufficient payment for their sin.

Priesthood of the Believer

Each individual follower of Christ can go directly to God without the aid of any intermediary, and can, and should, read and interpret the Bible for him/herself without religious officials dictating what to believe.


Biblical baptism is:
– by immersion
– for the believer
-symbolic of the death and resurrection on the believer shares with Christ
– an act of obedience
– an act of worship

Lord’s Supper/Communion

This ordinance of the church is:
– for the believer
– symbolic
– an act of obedience – an act of worship

Autonomy of the Local Church

University Avenue Baptist Church is an autonomous body of Christ followers, operating through democratic processes under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and is voluntarily affiliated with Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention (HPBC) and numerous other partner institutions at the national and global level.