Ke Aloha O Iesū
“Since you were precious in My sight, You have been honored,
And I have loved you;”
“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son,
that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life.”
“Ke Aloha O Iesū” is Hawaiian for ”The Love of Jesus.” We dance (hula) to give thanks to God, and to share the love that we receive from God.
Free seasonal hula classes are offered for women and children in a bilingual setting. All levels are welcomed. Please contact us if you are interested.
Class Schedule Sundays from 12:30 PM ~ 2:00 PM
12:30 PM ~ 1:00 PM
Praise Reports and Prayer Requests
Aloha Time - We learn about God, and the meaning of the hula song.
1:00 PM ~ 2:00 PM
Practice Basic Steps and Hula Choreography
Follow the leader’s instructions.
Be punctual. If you will be late or absent, please let the leader know.
Do not upload videos of the class on YouTube, Facebook, etc. without permission from the leader.
What to Bring
Pā՝ū (Hula Skirt): Please bring your own pā՝ū, if you have one; if not, you may borrow one from church.
Comfortable Clothes: T-shirt, excersize pants, or shorts to wear under your pā՝ū.
Hula Folder and Pen
Hair Tie or Clip
Bottled Water and Small Towel (optional)
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