Who We Are

The Hawaii Pastor Alliance had its first meeting in August of 2016.   Since that time it has conducted regular monthly meetings to introduce pastors from different denominations, ethnicity and backgrounds to the concept of pastors united for cultural renewal.

 

The Hawaii Pastor Alliance is the only pastor-led ministry engaging in cultural, social, moral and governing issues from a Judeo-Christian perspective and is focused on developing strong, functioning teams of pastors engaged in building a “bottom-up” grass-root network.

 

The mission of the HPA is to empower pastors and their congregations across racial and denominational lines to impact the culture and community through concerted prayer, to edify the Assemble of Believers in every church of the authority they have for effective citizenship and to provide a unified voice on spiritual, cultural, social and moral issues from a Biblical perspective.

The Hawaii Pastor Alliance is in close contact with the US Pastor Council and its leadership and is in united support sharing ideas like the  The America Plan  that was developed as a Purpose Statement of how pastors and churches can and must engage in godly citizenship.

 

The Hawaii Pastor Alliance is a unified voice on front line of cultural and political issues from a non-partisan perspective, holding elected officials of both major parties and non-partisan offices to a Biblical standard. The Pastors’ Declaration of Godly Citizenship was developed to clarify the core values of this coalition.