Our worship team is presenting an original dramatic work by local playwright, Carol Polcovar: In the time before foreign merchants and determined missionaries arrived in great numbers, Hawaiians developed their own culture and history. Contact with the outside world brought deep changes in the lives of the Hawaiian people. This play is about one of these changes. After the death of Kamehameha, two powerful and very different Hawiian Queens , Ka’ ahumanu and Keopuolani, meet and discuss the future of their nation. This is a piece of history focuses on culture, power and feminism. It is a history that should not be lost.

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