As Unitarian Universalists in Hawai`i, our faith is augmented with the beauty of these islands the Hawai`ian ethos, language and culture. Important Hawai`ian concepts of “ohana”, “aloha”, “kuleana” and “nei” are woven into the life of our church and congregants. Following nouns and pronouns, “nei” means “this,” in an affectionate way. The phrase “Hawaiʻi nei” translates to “this beloved Hawai’i.”

 

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