Map & Location

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Our church building is located on the corner of Beretania and Victoria Streets (1020 S. Beretania). Opposite the church on the Victoria side is the Honolulu Academy of Arts, Thomas Square (a park with a large fountain surrounded by Banyon trees), then Blaisdell Concert Hall across the Square.

Getting Here

By Car
Driving north (“Ewa”) on Beretania, turn right on Victoria; then keep turning because the underground parking garage ramp is only about 30 feet from the corner. Just before our church is a Burger King and a MacDonald’s across the street. If you see the Honolulu Academy of Arts on the right, you just passed us! You’ll have to turn right on Ward Ave., then right again on Kinau, then right on Victoria–click to expand the map on the right.

If you are coming off the Kinau St. H-1 ramp, continue on Kinau St. for two blocks, make a right onto Victoria, then drive a short block, past one underground parking garage, almost to the stoplight at Beretania. Just before the stoplight, make a left into our underground garage, marked “Diamond Parking” (do not pay; parking is free to our guests for all church functions).

By Bus
If you are coming by bus from Waikiki or elsewhere, take the #2 or #13 bus. Call “TheBus” at 848-5555 for route information and schedule. You can ask them how to get to the Honolulu Academy of Arts on Beretania (nice to visit after church!). Facing the Academy, we’re to the right at the corner of Beretania and Victoria. Ask the bus driver to let you off at Ward St. or the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Get off the bus then walk back in the direction the bus came from to the street it last passed (Victoria). You’ll see our underground parking garage entrance on Victoria. Walking a little way further on Beretania, you’ll see the main entrance right after a wheel chair ramp.

If you’re coming from the downtown area on King street, you get off in front of Blaisdell Concert Hall, between Ward and Victoria. You’ll have to walk two short blocks from King to Beretania on Victoria, past (or through) scenic Thomas Square with its hugh Banyan trees and a beautiful fountain!