May not want to expect to much when you visit the church, it's small and so should you're excitement level.
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Kahu Higa is the pulse of this Hawaiian Church, whose pews were refurbished and restored by Wailuku neighbors. On Aug. 27, the church will have a 185th birthday luau for the Queen's church!
While the church itself is worth a visit and is quite beautiful, wife and I found the adjacent cemetery the most interesting part of the visit. Several signs are posted with stories that are pretty neat. Sadly, we weren't there on Sunday but did get...More
We planned our visit to include Sunday worship and we were very happy with the service and building. The Hawaiian singing was beautiful.
Found the Church on the way to a museum nearby. The grounds have a cemetery for the family that donated the property for a church. Great place to visit and walk around, very nice and peaceful. Worth your time to stop and see.
This is a beautiful old church, although relatively simple in design (i.e. no large stained glass, etc.). Nice to visit if you are in the area, but what makes it truly come alive is the worship of it's people. Still has service at 9 am...More
Apparently it is one of the oldest if not the oldest church in Hawaii. This is a reconstruction and not the original but it still is more than a hundred years old. Take a look inside if you have a bit of time
It's a lovely old church. Fourth one since the beginning and first church on the island. We were lucky enough to come by when it was open so we went inside and sat down and enjoyed the simple, auster, but compelling chapel. Do visit. It's...More
In a historical tour of Wailuku, this is essential to visit. Mom could walk to it from her home down the street.
What a beautiful church built in the 1800's. This is a quick stop must see. Old graveyard in the back with lots of history. Mi even climbed the huge banyan tree in the front for a cute photo. Great view in the tree till I...More