Dr. Peter A. Anderson,
Executive Director, Trinity Center for World Mission
Senior Pastor, Trinity Church Central Oahu
Missionary to Uganda
Dr. Peter W. Anderson has ministered in Hawaii for about 36 years. After graduating in 1970 from King University in Bristol, Tennessee, he served with the United States Army. Later he received a Master’s Degree in Counseling from the University of North Carolina and served as a missionary to Mexico. In 1977, upon graduation from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pastor Anderson and his wife, Martha, moved to Hawaii.
Pastor Anderson is the founding pastor of Trinity Church Windward in Kailua and with his wife helped to found Trinity Christian School. In 1990, he received his doctorate from the International Graduate School of Theology where he later taught Church Planting and Counseling. In 1991, Pastor Anderson started holding services in Central Oahu and in 1995 was installed as pastor of Trinity Church Central Oahu. Pastor Anderson’s passion is planting churches to reach the unchurched with the transforming message of the Gospel of Christ.
Pastor Pete also has a real love for the people of Uganda, and in the last 16 years has traveled there annually to help in the planting and growth of new churches. This ministry continues to expand with the establishment of 18 churches, two orphanages, a small hospital and a radio station. He has also helped with the development of Central Christian School and the Hawaii Center for World Mission. His focus in ministry is upon building the Kingdom of God, and with this is mind, Trinity Church in Hawaii now has partnerships with numerous evangelical churches on Oahu. In Hawaii he is active in ministry to the Filipino and Chuukese communities.
Kairos Course Coordinator in Hawaii
Pat is the Course Coordinator of Kairos in Hawaii. He is an example of the life-changing impact Kairos can bring about in the life of a graduate. From a high profile secular life, he joined ministry full time in 1997 with focus on mobilizing Christians through the Kairos Course.
Kairos Facilitator way back in the Philippines since 1998. Moved to the Hawaii in 2005 with the goal of working as Missions Mobilizer among the Filipino and other ethnic churches in America.
Ministered to the Muslim Badjao’s of the Philippines for 2 years in 2000 – 2002 and revived his minstry with this people group in 2 locations in the Philippines under the auspices of the Trinity Center for World Missions
Two hundred fifty graduates were produced by the courses he conducted with the help of the other facilitators. Many of his graduates since 2000 have taken short term mission trips to different countries of Asia and 3 of his graduates have become long term missionaries in Indonesia, Thailand and Cambodia. Three more of his recent graduates are preparing to become long term missionaries.