Unitarian Universalists of West Hawaii
Thursday, December 12, 2019
A community of seekers

About Us

 We are blessed with the mana of the Big Island of Hawaii.  We feel a spiritual connection to our environment – the earth (‘aina) and the water (moana) – being HERE is quite elemental. But there are other connections we care about too: between people, intellectual and religious freedom, nurturing our spirits and putting our faith into action by helping to make our community – and the world – a better place.
 
From this base of shared understanding, the Unitarian Universalists of West Hawaii (UUWH) had its first Sunday service in Kailua Kona in early 2012.  We meet two times a month – the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 4 p.m. – with occasional special activities on other Sundays. Many of our members have been UUs in other places and value participating in a liberal religious community on the Big Island. We also appreciate that Unitarians have roots in the founding of America and have a distinguished history of Making a Difference.
 

Whether you’re here for a short visit or are kama’aina, you are most welcome at our services and in our congregation.

Do you have questions about our group?  Email UUWestHawaii@gmail.com or contact Mary Garris at 808-640-4483.

 
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