Aloha, and Welcome!

Aloha and Welcome!
Our Unitarian Universalist congregation was founded 11 years ago. We are now in a period of transition while contributing to work that helps heal the world. Historically, we have contributed over $13,000 to the Hawaii Food Basket. If you would like to help as an individual, here's the link:

When we meet, we are at the

Hawaiian Queen Coffee Garden
75-1048 Henry St., Kailua, Kona

To see our scheduled services and events please click below.


Speakers, an occasional book group, informal RoundTable discussions, and other gatherings allow us to get to know one another. 

UUWH 2022 Rev Donna & Tim

Sunday service time change to 2:30 PM.

We celebrate all our members and friends who’ve given generously of time and treasure to our fledgling UU church.

Please click on the Events button above to see our plan for the next 3 months. After our Congregational Meetings in January, our direction will be more established.

Group of People talking

You are welcome here.

If you are a Hawaiian resident, a part-timer (“snowbird”) or Big Island vacationer we welcome you!
We are a friendly, open-hearted and liberal Unitarian (UU) religious community.  Our contract UU minister has been leading one church service a month (2nd Sunday of each month) and a  discussion group on the 4th Sunday of each month. Our experienced members provide bonus activities.

"This is my community here on the Big Island -- we have a great minister, a wonderful meeting space, and friendly people. It sure helps when others share the 7 Principles, values of inclusion, and social action." -- Allen

Two people holding a banner that says "Aloha Spirit UU West Hawaii"

Get to know us:

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.

Some of us might be skeptical of organized religion, but still feel a spiritual longing for community and the need to connect with others who feel the same way.

Where people count -- and thinking is honored.

While we deeply value the wisdom of the ages, we search for truth and meaning in our own lives. We are guided by reason, intuition and our own experience.

Beach with Aloha written in the sand

The above image was taken by Majaranda 



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Link to UUA website | Link to 7 Principles
Contacts: Mary (808) 640-4483  | | P.O. Box 3433, Kailua-Kona, HI 96745