This charming little chapel in Kilauea is constructed of lava stone donated by the Kilauea Sugar Company, which also provided the land. The intricate stained glass windows were shipped from England in 1935 and have since been restored. Regular Sunday worship services are held here and the congregation often allows non-members to hold weddings in the chapel.
Some headstones in the church's cemetery are over 100 years old. To reach the church take Highway 56 north from Anahola toward Kilauea. Just past Mile Marker #23 turn right. The church is located just before the next left, Kilauea Road

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