Iao United Church of Christ

“We are a people of God, living and sharing the love of Christ—and reflecting that love in WORDS and ACTIONS.”



Rev. Floren“Tino” C. Cordova
Pastor, Iao UCC
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Sunday Virtual Worship
9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
[ Livestream ]

Church Address
2371 W. Vineyard St.
Wailuku, Maui, HI 96793
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(808) 244-7353—Church Phone
(808) 740-8358—Pastor's Phone

Church E-mail
iaoucc@hawaiiantel.net
Pastor's E-mail
tinocordova@live.com

Iao Preschool
(808) 242-1995
iaopreschool808@gmail.com

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Pastor Tino's Sermons

“House Churches Feed the Hungry”
August 2, 2020 | 9th Sunday After Pentecost

       “And those who ate were about five thousand men, besides women and children.” If we put this passage into context—Matthew wants to point out here that the five thousand number is not a complete number. It is missing other key components...
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“Imitating God's Kindom on˙ Earth”
July 26, 2020 | 8th Sunday After Pentecost

       We all grew up having our likes and dislikes in life. Some of us like snow or rainy weather that makes us want to cuddle under a blanket reading a good book. Others prefer the sunny weather of Maui with that nice trade wind to keep the humidity level tolerable...
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“Prepping for Harvest”
July 19, 2020 | 7th Sunday After Pentecost

       Back to gardening from last week—making sure we are planting seeds of the Gospel—that of kindness, of love, of trusting in God and from last week's story, making sure we are not planting kitty litter...
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“Our House Churches on Good Soil”
July 12, 2020 | 6th Sunday After Pentecost

       Growing a garden requires the daily tenderness touch and cooperation from any sources. The seed needs to be viable and ready to be planted into the earth's bosom. The earth needs to surround the seed with nourishment, absorb the water coming from above...
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“The Intelligence of God in Us”
July 5, 2020 | 5th Sunday After Pentecost

       According to the online dictionary on Microsoft Word, intelligence is defined as—the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills. Beginning from birth, we begin to acquire knowledge and skills, and then learn how to apply them in our daily living...
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“The Welcome Wagon”
June 28, 2020 | 4th Sunday After Pentecost

       Last week we talked about value—about how we flourish as a society—as a church when we value each other's gifts. We talked about how we are free to blossom, to grow and to thrive when we allow ourselves and others to flourish. Today, let us ask ourselves...
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“Acknowledging Our Fear and Letting Go”
June 21, 2020 | 3rd Sunday After Pentecost

       Let us pray: Most loving God of all people, a God beyond labels, a God of all humanity. I pray for the health of all who join us from our House Churches... and our virtual brothers and sisters from all over the world. I pray for their families, friends, and all their loved ones...
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“The Gifts at Harvest Time”
June 14, 2020 | 2nd Sunday After Pentecost

       At a time such as this—we are witnessing an unsee-able virus, and most recently the killing of George Floyd, another human being. I have to say, that in my lifetime—I can somewhat relate to the racial profiling that many of our brothers and sisters in the black community...
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“The Future Awaits”
April 26, 2020 | 125th Anniversary Sermon

       Three years ago—when we began our journey together, we never could have imagined that we would be celebrating virtual worships together. We never could have imagined celebrating our 125th Anniversary virtually. But no matter the style or the place...
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