This olden Protestant church was established in 1853 and has been in continual use since then. Restored lovingly, the church is situated on a large grassy lawn lined with coconut trees, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The one-lane Huelo road, half-mile past the 3-mile marker leads down to Kaulanapueo Church. Constructed of coral and named for the owls that once thrived in the forest here, this historic Protestant church has services in the Hawaiian language. The church walls are made of stone, creating a cool interior for a comfortable experience while worshipping. Kaulanapueo Church is part of the Kalaupapa National Historical Park and those interested in unique, historical attractions should not miss it.