The Unitarian Universalists of West Hawaii dissolved as a church on March 1, 2023.
UUWH was a non-profit State of Hawaii church for 11 years. During that time we formed a loving community of members and friends.  We supported programs such as Habitat for Humanity, the West Hawaii Community Health Center, and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC). We cumulatively contributed $20,000 to the Hawaii Food Basket.
If you would like to help as an individual, here’s the Food Basket link:

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Other UU churches in Hawaii

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Puna
15-1791 14th Ave., Kea’au, HI (Hawaiian Paradise Park)
Zoom hybrid services offered every Sunday at 10:30 am

First Unitarian Church of Honolulu (FUCH)
2500 Pali Highway (HI-61), Honolulu 96817 — click on Worship to find “Sunday Worship Link”
Zoom hybrid Sunday services at 10:00 am

Get to know UUs:

We are guided by Principles that interconnect us:

We respect the worth and dignity of all human beings;

We work toward peace, freedom, and justice for all;

We value the earth and the web of life that connects us all;

We yearn to learn throughout our lives and grow by exploring ideas and values together.

Link to Unitarian Universalists’ beliefs

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Beach with Aloha written in the sand

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