E Pule Kākou!

WELCOME TO KAWAIAHAʻO CHURCH

WELINA! WELCOME!

Welcome to Kawaiahaʻo Church–the national house of prayer located in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. Kawaiahaʻo Church was established under Kuhina Nui (Queen-Regent) Kaʻahumanu I in the year 1820. The church supports the love of God and Hawaiian traditions throughout Hawaiʻi and beyond. Mahalo ke Akua!

EVENTS

  • Wednesday 27th of September
    • Pickle Ball
      17:30 - 21:00 KC Gym
  • Thursday 28th of September
    • Ministry Bible Study
      <b><i>Contact Ka'iulani Hess<u> [kaiulani.hess@att.net]</u> orLissa Leong [</i></b><i><b><u>lissaleong@gmail.com</u>]</b></i>
      14:30 - 15:30 Via Zoom
    • Bell Choir Rehearsal
      17:00 - 19:00 New Archives Library
    • SBA Basketball
      19:00 - 21:00 GYM
  • Saturday 30th of September
    • Hālau Hula O Kawaiahaʻo
      8:30 - 12:00 Liliʻuokalani Conference Room

Motions versus Action – Believe, Prayer

“The way that your fast does not please me at all: You make yourselves humble for a day. You bend down your head, like a piece of weak grass. You lie down on sackcloth and ashes. Do you think that you are really fasting when you do that? Do you think that it pleases me, …

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Dilemmas – Reflection, Love

“You husbands must also live in a good way with your wives. Each of you should be kind to his wife and help her. Remember that she is not as strong as you are. Remember that both of you have received true life from God because he is kind. So, respect her. Then God will …

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Meeting the needs of our Kupuna in the years ahead will be challenging. Our senior demographic is exploding in size here in the islands, and funding resources have been drastically reduced due to Covid-19. Your donations are needed now more than ever to assist caregiving families who struggle daily.

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