Movie Night Raises Funds for Pavilion
Heart of Aloha Church News Release
Heart of Aloha Church invites the community to take part in a Free Family Movie Night on July 24 on their open air church property in Kualapu`u. The featured movie is called “Little Boy” and is made possible through a partnership with Trinity Broadcasting Network. Food booths will be open at 5:30 p.m. and will be selling popcorn, drinks, malasadas, and Chinese food plates with the movie following at 7:30 p.m. Please bring your own mat, blanket, beach chair, etc. as these will not be provided.
Heart of Aloha is a non-denominational church located on the Island of Molokai and currently meets at Lanikeha Community Center in Hoolehua. The church is led by Senior Pastor Cameron Hiro and first lady Jacque Hiro since 2009 til current. Their mission includes “Honoring God by Living Aloha.” For more information about the church please visit heartofaloha.org.
This movie night will be their first of several planned Building Fundraiser events throughout the year to help build a Multipurpose Bamboo Pavilion on their four-acre parcel in Kualapu`u. The Pavilion will be used to hold weekly church services, community outreach events, meetings, retreats and other activities including dance, music and the arts as it relates to their vision.
Another way you can help partner with them is by participating in their “Brick Fundraising Campaign.” The bricks will be used in the walkways that lead to the Pavilion. You are invited to buy a brick, either for you, someone else, your family, organization or business, to commemorate a special occasion or to honor a loved one. Each brick will be inscribed to your specifications and located at random. The net proceeds from sales will be used towards part of the building project. A booth will also be set up at the movie event with more information.