An elaborate remodeling of an earlier, more modest missionary church (1859), the resplendently white Koloa Church well reflects the appearance of a New England church as desired by its missionary forefathers. Additions of 1929 include the tall spire, the Doric-columned, oculus-adorned pedimented portico, and round-arched, multipaned windows. The church suffered heavy damage, including the loss of its steeple, in Hurricane Iniki in 1992, but has been painstakingly restored.
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