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Sometimes we only have time for do one or two things, and sometimes we get to visit everything on the list.Mokuaikaua Church wasn’t on my list of things to do in Kona or places to visit in Hawaii, but the Hulihe’e Palace Museum was and it’s right across the street.
Once Natalie and I finished touring the museum (Brian and Carter skipped it), we all walked across the street to visit the church — mainly because I briefly saw the words on the sign.
We love visiting historic buildings and historic sites!
Visiting Mokuaikaua Church was a short, but really interesting stop.
The church building is almost 200 years old and in the rear of the church, is a museum area showcasing historical documents and artifacts on display, a replica of the brig Thaddeus that brought the first Christian missionaries to Hawaii, and an audio recording that plays over speakers.
Mokuaikaua Church is the first Christian church established in the Hawaiian Islands.
Located on the Kona coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, the congregation, which dates back to 1820, is still active today and welcomes thousands of visitors each year.
To commemorate the occasion, a stone arch was built at the entrance to the property and repairs were made to the church.
Mokuaikaua Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Commercially, Koa is one of the most expensive woods in the world.
In 1910, to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the arrival of the first American missionaries in Hawaii, the Evangelical Association of the territory of Hawaii gathered at Mokuaikaua Church in Kailua.