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Beautiful Church made from coral. you can walk around the church and the grounds. The first time I went, there was a service going on. The people were very welcoming. It was my intention to attend the service from start to end, however the time...More
Lovely church at least on the outside. There was something going on when we were there, so we didn't go inside. Never want to intrude.
It is a good place to stroll around, relax and read the plaques, interesting history. Around the side are several...More
This state church took 6 years to construct using local Hawaiian labour to dig the foundations to bedrock and supply the slabs of coral rock. These slabs were hand chiselled from depths of 10-20ft and taken to shore. While i admire the church some of...More
Take a short break from your hurried tourist pace and come visit here. Sit in a pew and feel the prayers of the saints that have worshipped here for 175 years. Try to attend the service in Hawaiian and English at 9am Sunday am. The...More
We attended the 9:00 AM Sunday Worship Service on the First Sunday of Advent, December 2017. It was lovely and decorated beautifully for Christmas. As guests, we were made to feel welcome and we were presented leis at the beginning of the service. Communion is...More
Built in 1842 it is a historic building with a significant number of missionary graves located in the garden at the rear of the building. Fortunately there was a sign at the main entrance suggesting to use the side entrance otherwise we may have disrupted...More
I really enjoy visiting old churches. This particular church building, though not very large, is one of those old and remarkable churches. We were just able to peak through the side door to view the interior because there were wedding preparations going on.. I can...More