Annual King Kamehameha Day Celebration Makeke and Lū‘au
Kawaiaha'o Church is proud to present its Annual King Kamehameha Day Makeke and Luau Celebration on Saturday, June 8, 2013, from 8:30am to 3:30pm. Click here for more information.
Church Calendar Update
The church calendar has been separated from the wedding calendar. The church calendar is now in PDF format and linked to in the top-right section of our homepage. Church members please inform Kanani of your events.
Come ZUMBA with Rodney
Let's move our bodies and sweat off those extra pounds! You can Zumba every Sunday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Go to church news for more information.
Our church strives to honor Jesus in everything we do and say. We welcome everyone to worship with us Sundays at 9 AM.
The majority of the service is in English. Because of our strong roots in the Hawaiian culture, we sing Hawaiian songs and read the scriptures in Hawaiian and English. We welcome you to our ‘ohana (family) where the love of Jesus Christ is alive.
— Kahu Curt Pa‘alua Kekuna
Frequently Asked Question
Are your services in English or Hawaiian?
Approximately 85% of our services are in English. We sing at least one song in Hawaiian, say the Lord's Prayer as a congregation in Hawaiian.
About Kawaiaha‘o Church
“On July 21, 1842, 5,000 worshippers, led by Kamehameha III, gathered to dedicate this “Great Stone Church.” It became known as the “Westminster Abbey of the Pacific,” and during the days of the monarchy, it was called “The Church of the Ali‘i.” Today, it is often referred to as “The State Church of Hawai‘i.”