Sunday Service

A HĀ Moments: Breakthroughs in Learning and Living

Rev. Deborah Bond-Upson

What is needed to breakthrough current understandings to advance, to learn what is new, what is deeper? Nā Hopena A‘o (“HĀ”) is the Hawaii Department of Education framework for conditions needed to promote learning. These conditions for learning closely parallel Unitarian Universalist principles. This is not a coincidence. Conditions for learning = conditions for spiritual harmony and … Continued

Life-long Unitarian Universalist, working with others here at the church to change the world in ways I can't do by myself.

What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.

Our four boys love to go to church because they are surrounded by people who love them, interesting things to do and they feel the interest and respect of the community.

First Unitarian Church of Honolulu became my eternal family, and community of choice! Love the people, the kids, the elder. Love the worship services the workshops and special events. Love A.D.O.R.E. and our Social Justice Council.


I love that I have a place to visit that reminds me of what is truly important in life. I love that church gives me a vehicle to make meaningful actions happen. I love being part of a caring community to share life with.