Click Here for Notice of Annual Meeting
Please be careful if you are walking
near the administration building.
We are currently undergoing concrete repair on the roof.
There is yellow caution tape blocking off
where it could be hazardous.
The repairs will be for several weeks,
so please be aware of other areas that will be taped off.
WATCH YOUR STEP!
Please be careful when walking into Atherton Chapel.
The concrete walkway has become uneven.
The repair is of top priority and
we are planning to repair it the week of April 13.
In the meantime we have marked the area with a cone.
Please be careful!
Lenten Services at Central Union
March 29 - Palm Sunday
(NO Learning Tree)
April 2 - Maundy Thursday (6:30 PM)
April 3 - Good Friday (6:30 PM)
April 5 - Easter Sunday (7, 9 and 11 AM)
(NO Learning Tree)
Central Union Church, organized in 1887,
traces its roots to the Seamen's Bethel, founded in 1833.
The Bethel began the earliest regular church services
in English in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
In 1924, Central Union Church,
also known as the "Church in a Garden",
moved to its present location on Beretania Street.
Click Here to read a brief history of Central Union.
Central Union Church
Ministering to the needs of the community,
contributing to the welfare of all,
being enriched by those aspects of culture
that help to make human life more human,
and working to reflect God's just and loving purposes
for the world.
As you step inside our sanctuary, the words
LOVE NEVER FAILETH
welcome all who come to worship with us.
Click Here for our daily devotionals.
Click Here for our sermons.
For more information about Central Union Church,
please contact us at (808) 941-0957.
You can mail us at
1660 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96826
Our office hours are 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday - Friday
We are closed on holidays.
Please use the form at right to email any questions or
update your information (change of address, etc.).
To visit our Online Office,
where you can handle many routine items
from the convenience of your home or office,
To read Dr. Palmer’s 1924 sermon,
which explains the symbolism of our Church,
To donate flowers in memory of a loved one,
Click Here for details.
Click Here to make or update your Pledge.
Click Here for the Map of our campus.
In addition to the resources at Central Union,
there are several outside resources available.
(Click any link below to access their website)