Go! Go! Go! This is the Pacific Islands Bible Church Mission’s mission statement.

According to the Gospel of Matthew 28:19-20 we are to,” …go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey all that I have commanded you.” (ESV)

We have a local and global mission’s mindset. Locally, PIBC supports and sponsors three outreach programs: PIBC Food Pantry, Wahiawa Long Term Health Care Facility, as well as the River of Life in Honolulu.

The PIBC Food Pantry is accessible from 3:00-4:00pm the 2nd and 4th Monday’s each month. Guest should register as they collect their non-perishable items on the back lanai of the church. We are the one of the only food banks in the local area. If you would like more information, please contact Pastor Joshua any time.

The Wahiawa Long Term Health Care (Nursing and Rehab Center) is a hospice center for the elderly. Every Tuesday, Kupuna Elder Butch and Terri Noa will share the love of Jesus Christ with the residents. For more information please contact Pastor Joshua.

The River of Life is a Not-For-Profit agent that serves the homeless in Honolulu. PIBC has partnered with several churches in the area in caring for the less fortunate. We provide cooked Soyu chicken the 1st Friday of every other month to the needy at the River of Life. For more information please feel free to contact Pastor Joshua.

Globally we support four missionaries as they spread the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout the world as they “Go! Go! Go!”

Tom and Robyn Crabtree work with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Jos, Nigeria. They now work with various translators in over 450 different languages. Through the Crabtree’s, PIBC supports five other missionaries.




Todd and Sue Corl work with Campus Crusade for Christ with International Students in Philadelphia. They have authored, developed, and spread various materials throughout Southeast Asia, Africa, and soon the Middle East.





Tim and Wendy Moore are missionaries in Kazakhstan’s (Middle East). They work within the local communities spreading the Good News. PIBC has been supporting them financially as well as through prayer.





Grace is serving as a homeschool helper to two missionary families in Indonesia. She tutors seven kids five days a week. Grace is also involved in outreach through teaching English to local college students, helping people living in remote villages with basic medical care, and tutoring street kids (children that don’t or have just started to attend school) in Indonesian.