Welcome To Makakilo Assembly Of God
Pastor John Carlson shepherds our congregation, along with his wife, Shirley. They seek to bring the message of God's love into the community.
On Sunday we meet at the Makakilo Community Park at 92-1140 Makakilo Drive.
You can find us worshipping the Lord every Sunday beginning with Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Our services begin at 11:00 a.m., beginning with our worship team led by sister Winona Marius. Come prepared to make a "joyful noise unto the Lord." The Holy Spirit willing, all manner of wonderful blessings will be yours to partake of.
Immediately following our Praise and Worship service come the message, inspired by the Holy Spirit and presented by Pastor John, Pastor Nuu, or a guest speaker. In any case, come expecting a movement of the Spirit in your life.
We welcome you to browse the rest of our site for news and other information. May the Lord bless you.
AG.org News & Information
Centennial Event Services Reach Millions; Thousands More Still Viewing Archived Messages
The popularity of the Assemblies of God Centennial services, held August 5-10, were unprecedented for any U.S. Assemblies of God event.
Audio Bibles Available for Blind at No Charge
The Bible for the Blind in the New Living Translation is now available, without charge, in cartridge audio format from the Assemblies of God Center for the Blind.
SAGU Adds Chemical Dependency Counseling Minor
Southwestern Assemblies of God University now offers a Chemical Dependency Counseling Minor that leads to licensure as a licensed chemical dependency counselor (LCDC).
Encounter 2015: Pentecostal Pastors and Prayer Leaders to Unite for Prayer
Encounter 2015, an unprecedented Pentecostal prayer event for pastors and prayer leaders, and hosted by the Assemblies of God, Church of God-Cleveland, and the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, will take place January 5 and 6 at Northwood Temple, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
North Texas District Responds to Foster Care Needs
Sensing a call to orphan care ministry, U. S. Missionary Eric Porter established "The Keep" program in Texas with the help of the Assemblies of God North Texas District, and is seeing phenomenal results.