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Hawaiian Church near Poipu

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If you consider Waimea near Poipu. There is a very nice Hawaiian church there. Most of the parishioners have relatives on Nihihau. Ther entire service is in Hawaiian. We were warmly received and tried to sing a little.
 

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Are there any churches near Poipu that use a Hawaiian hymn book?

Mahalo, Sterling

It seems to me that at least one of the churches along the main road (not the bypass) between Koloa town and Po'ipu says on their sign that they have Hawai'ian music. IIRC - it's the Missionary church, on the left about three or four blocks after you make the turn to head towards Poipu.
 
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If you consider Waimea near Poipu. There is a very nice Hawaiian church there. Most of the parishioners have relatives on Nihihau. Ther entire service is in Hawaiian. We were warmly received and tried to sing a little.

Do you happen to know the name of the church?

I can sing in Hawaiian, probably with a Texas accent, and it is fun to watch real Hawaiians eyes bug out for a second or two when they see a mainland haole singing in their tongue. Then they greet me with a big smile and remember my name a year later. It is a beautiful language especially when sung.

Mahalo, Sterling
 

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Sterling

I don't know the name of the church, but it is on the left as you are in town heading north.
 

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Do you happen to know the name of the church?

I can sing in Hawaiian, probably with a Texas accent,

So you've already dumped that N'awlins accent for a Taaaaxus drawl??
 
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