Kawaiahaʻo Scholarship Info

Aloha, The Kawaiahaʻo Church Scholarship booklet and application can be found in the “About Us > Forms” Section of this website. For convenienceʻs sake, you can also downloaded it from this post here: 2020-21 – KC Scholarhip Application 19-1212 2020-21 – KC Scholarship Booklet 19-1212 Mahalo!

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“Why Hawaiians Became Christian” Talk

Mahalo to Dr Kapali Lyon for speaking at our January bicentennial educational series on the fascinating topic of “Why Hawaiians became Christian” this past January 19. Dr. Lyon expounded on his theme that the success of Christianity in Hawaiʻi was fundamentally shaped by the conversion of the Hawaiian aliʻi.

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KHON Living808 Interview

Come listen to the “Church Celebrates 200th birthday” interview on KHON Living808! https://www.khon2.com/living-808/kawaiaha%CA%BBo-church-celebration-for-200th-birthday/

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Mele Kalikimaka a me Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou

Mele Kalikimaka a me Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou (Merry Christmas and Happy New Year) from the staff of Kawaiahaʻo Church to you and your ʻohana! May Ke Akua continue to bless you during this holiday season. Pictured (left to right): Kahu Kenneth Makuakane, Irene, Dean, Auntie Patti, Adam,  Janet, and Jim.

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Annual Holiday Craft Fair

We are gearing up for our Annual Holiday Craft Fair and Mākeke!  Join us on November 30th and support our local vendors and small businesses! For more information, visit: https://www.kawaiahao.org/2019/09/17/holiday-makeke/

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Life Under Construction and Bless Up Hawaiʻi

Life Under Construction (Kawaiahaʻo Church’s Youth Ministry) and Bless Up Hawaiʻi present a special evening of music and worship.  Kahu Daniel Kikawa will share more about our Hawaiian History before the Kapu System, and learn about how Christianity took root in Hawaiʻi.  Join us from 530pm- 9:00pm for this free...

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Bicentennial Speaker Series: Legacy of Na Himeni Hawaii

The Legacy of Na Himeni Hawaii – Kawaiaha’o Church Bicentennial Speakers Series Event. FREE Event – Open to the Public.  Click here for the Eventbrite link. Sent by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions two centuries ago, members of the First Company printed the first book in the Hawaiian language—Na...

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