Wai’oli Mission District: Hui’ia Church NRHP

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Protestant missionaries arrived on the North Shore of Kauai in 1834 and built a simple wood frame church in 1841 to replace an earlier temporary structure.

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Eventually, the church became the school building and missionary hall. The green Hui’ia Church was built nearby in 1912, incorporating the original mission bell in its steeple.

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The missionary hall is now a museum and the church, which suffered damage in the floods of 2018, is once again open for services on Sundays

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Location: 5 Kuhio Hwy #5363A, Hanalei, HI 96714

Designation: National Register of Historic Plaaces

Date designated/established: 1973

Date of my visit: April 18, 2019

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