What Do I need to Know about Ohanitas

Connect to our church by joining one of our 'Ohanitas'  'Ohanitas'  are smaller Ohana's that are designed for everyone!   In 'Ohanitas' you will find a  way to live out Ohana.  In Ohanita's we value loving God and loving each other.  In an 'Ohanita' the agenda is simple:  Potluck, Play and Prayer

How do I Find An Ohanita

'Ohanitas' are open to everyone and anyone.  You simply have to show up!  If you want to find out the address of a particular group or if you want to ask questions, just email any of our 'Ohanita' leaders.  We have Ohanitas that meet up
Saturday evening
Sunday afternoon  &
Tuesday evening  (virtual)
Visit these links to find the leaders and the times.  

Who Can Come to an 'Ohanita'? 

'Ohanitas' are for all ages and stages of life.   They are intergenerational and we welcome singles, families, college students, and kids--Everyone! 

What should I bring? 

At our 'Ohanitas' we potluck.    Your 'Ohanita' leader can let you know if there is a food theme for the week or suggest an item to bring.   During Covid-19, we are practicing safety measures. So, for now, each group will decide on a safe way to share a meal together:  perhaps ordering food or everyone bringing their own picnic.  Also, our 'Ohanitas' will be meeting outdoors for now, so bring your chair! 

What Happens at the 'Ohanitas'? 

 In our 'Ohanitas' we live out our value of Ohana.  'Ohanitas' are simply a smaller version of our large church Ohana. Each week at an 'Ohanita' gathering you will find people who celebrate God and each other.  You will eat at the table with awesome people. You will find friends and conversation, fun games and a connection point to the larger NLC Ohana.  

WHEN DO OHANITAS HAPPEN?

Ohanitas  will gather on the 1st and 3rd weeks of each month. Ohanitas happen outside of our larger Ohana gathering. We have Ohanitas that meet up
Saturday evening
Sunday afternoon  &
Tuesday evening  (virtual)

HOW LONG IS AN 'OHANITA' GATHERiNG?

Ohanitas gatherings will be about 60-90 minutes  long. 

Covid Safety

We want everyone who attends our Ohanitas to stay safe and healthy.  We we are meeting outdoors for now, and ask that you wear your mask while entering and exiting the shared space, using the restroom indoors,  and while walking around.  We will safely maintain some physical distance, and we ask that you stay home if you aren't feeling well.