The city of Lahaina situated on the beautiful island of Maui will serve as the Hawaiian Feast site this year. Services will take place at the elegant Maui Theater—a modern, comfortable auditorium with adequate seating.
Maui offers many options for island adventures, and is close to Lanai and Molokai as well. Activities are being planned for the young and old, making for a fun-filled, family-oriented festival for all. Among these are a traditional luau, a senior’s luncheon overlooking the ocean, singles and teen hospitality get-togethers and Bible studies, and a family day picnic with snorkeling available on the blue-turquoise waters of Kapalua Bay.
Many tourist attractions await you, which include dinner cruises, the road to Hana, the Maui Ocean Center, helicopter rides, submarine rides, scuba diving, deepsea fishing, surfing, or just see the rest of the island exploring its history. There are dozens of shops, art galleries, and numerous restaurants to experience which are located very near the place we will meet.
The island of Maui is located about 80 miles south of Honolulu, Oahu. It is likely your flight will connect through Honolulu International Airport. You can expect that the temperature on the islands will be in the 80s Fahrenheit. Not all accommodations have air conditioning. If this is important to you, when you book your hotel be sure you look for “ac” in the housing information.
Please remember the daily attire at services is Hawaiian wear. For men that means nice Hawaiian shirts and dress slacks (no suits or ties are necessary) and for ladies nice, modest, summer or Hawaiian dresses or pantsuits are appropriate.