Rev. Kamuela Rodrigues is one of the most Hawaiian ministers on Maui. Rev. Kamuela is one of our favorite Hawaiian speaking ministers and is an Associate Minister on Maui. He will
perform an ancient Hawaiian chant and blow the conch shell for your religious or non religious ceremony. Rev. Kamuela will truly be a shining light of Aloha at your wedding ceremony.
Rev. Kamuela Rodrigues
Rev. Charlie Hull
Rev. Charlie Hull is one of our most mature Maui Ministers. He has been performing weddings on Maui for over 25 years and in that time has performed over 5,000 wedding ceremonies and renewal of vows including the
24 year renewal for Mickey and Jan Rooney. His ceremony is non-denominational or he can perform a Secular ceremony. Often using humor to relax and put you at ease. Rev. Charlie's ceremony is gentle yet serious, and draws out the emotion of guests as well as the wedding couple. He likes to remind his couples that dolphins unite forever and that is what he suggests they do.
Rev. Kimo´s passion is his faith, which has brought him to the ministry. He feels blessed to have been part of thousands of couples´s special day. His ceremony comes from the heart with much aloha. Rev. Kimo opens every marriage celebration with the blowing of the conch shell, the Oli (Hawaiian chant) and closes with a Hawaiian blessing and conch shell. He will perform a Hawaiian Christian or Hawaiian non-religious ceremony, as well as renewals of wedding vows celebrations. Rev. Kimo is open to traveling wherever needed.
Rev. James "Kimo"
Rev. Joseph Narrowe
Do you want a unique wedding ceremony? Celebrate your love and friendship with a personalized customized Non Denominational, Jewish, Interfaith, renewal, or commitment ceremony - a distinctive, meaningful, momentous ceremony especially for you - that celebrates your special love and your unique relationship. Together we will create a meaningful service that reflect the partnership you have formed . I am dedicated in serving you to put SPECIAL in your momentous day. That is my goal.
Jewish Ceremony (coming soon)
Kahu (Reverend) Keoki is a well-respected kupuna (elder) in the Hawaiian community, having been trained by his kupuna who were kahunas (experts). He was called into the ministry by his kupuna and has been tasked to continue their legacy by sharing his knowledge, wisdom and aloha with residents and visitors alike. Kahu Keoki begins his traditional wedding ceremony with a calling to the ancestors with the blowing of the pu (conch shell), welcoming the bride and groom with the Oli Aloha (chant of love and welcome), blessing the couple with lei, guiding them through the exchange of their pule hana pa´a (the prayer that binds their marriage vows), and blessing of their wedding rings. His ceremonies are spiritual but not confined to any specific religious denomination. He also welcomes pre-nuptial briefings.
Religious Hawaiian Ceremony
Non Religious Ceremony
Rev. Charles Nahale is our another of our Associate ministers on Maui.
Charles is originally from the the Big Island and is also a musician
who has been performing at weddings in Hawaii for years. Charles will perform a spiritual, Christian, non religious or civil union ceremony. He will also begin your ceremony with the blowing of the conch shell as well as perform a Hawaiian chant. We feel that Charles will be one of
the most popular ministers at our ceremonies.
Religious Hawaiian Ceremony
Pastor Bob McCollor is one of our favorite religious ministers. He performs a very touching religious ceremony which includes scripture readings and a Hawaiian Prayer. He is a favorite for couples who want a more traditional style ceremony. Pastor McCollor
will also perform Japanese weddings. Call us for his religious ceremony.
Pastor Bob McCollor
Rev. Alapaki Terry
Rev. Alapaki (Al) Terry Rev. "Al" Terry has been a favorite Hawaiian minister for years. His most genuine and authentic Hawaiian ceremony he performs in a very heartfelt way. He will perform a religious or non religious ceremony and will also Chant in Hawaiian.
Rev. Kahu Alalani Hill
Kahuna trained, Kahu Alalani Hill is our #1 Associate minister. Kahu (Rev) is an authority on Hawaiian protocol for Traditional Hawaiian Weddings and has done 1000´s of ceremonies. She offers a Spiritual, Christian or contemporary ceremony filled with the Spirit of Aloha. She accepts all Faiths and couples and also specializes in lesbian and gay weddings. For no additional charge she includes blowing of Pu (conch shell), Hawaiian chant to bless you, incorporation, of any family or guests present and a special Hawaiian pule (prayer) for your rings. Alalani is known globally for her Traditional and Ancient Hawaiian Weddings, Vow Renewals, Blessings and healing work. She has been offering heart felt ceremonies since 1981.
See Rev. Hill´s Ancient Hawaiian Ceremony
Rev. George wants your ceremony to reflect and amplify the caring and patience you have shown to each other in your most important and closest relationship.
She wants your wedding to be something other than a canned or memorized presentation, rather to help create an opening, facilitate a meeting and melding of your two hearts, minds, and bodies, and create an unbreakable bond between the two of you that transcends worldly cares and endures beyond labels - a true marriage of soul mates.
Rev. Diana is happy to incorporate elements of your own personal belief system into your ceremony if you desire it. She is a student of
Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, New Age modalities, as well as the beautiful Hawaiian culture. Rev. Diana will perform religious,
non-religious, spiritial weddings, vow renewals or civil unions.
Rev. Diana George
Rev. Chanti Mullen
Rev. Chanti Mullen is blessed to have the opportunity to officiate wedding ceremonies on Maui for over 14 years. She considers it an honor and a blessing to share in such a loving and auspicious time in a couples life journey. Rev. Chanti will perform a spiritual, non religious or traditional Christian ceremony for you. She also encourages couples to feel free to personalize there wedding ceremony if they would like and is happy to assist. Rev. Chanti is also available for vow renewals and civil unions. "Congratulations on having received the blessing of True Love!". Christian Ceremony
Rev. Matt Jim was raised on Oahu and is the youngest of 9 children.
In 1982 he fell in love with and moved to Maui where he lives with his family. He performs a religious ceremony, which can incorporate a Hawaiian prayer and scripture readings. He has 2 church services and an outreach program at his church on Sundays.
Hawaiian Christian Wedding Ceremony
Rev. Matt Jim
Rev. Kelii Brown is another of our team of Hawaiian ministers. He enjoys performing his Hawaiian ceremony complete with a true Hawaiian oli (chant). Rev. Kelii will also perform spiritual, non religious and traditional Christian ceremonies. He is also very flexible and will be happy to perform whatever service the couple wishes.
Rev. Kelii Brown
Rev. Craig Nelette is the Kahu (Minister) of our Keolahou Hawaiian Congregational Church in Kihei. He performs a religious ceremony which can incorporate a Hawaiian prayer and scripture readings. He will be your minister when choosing our Traditional Church Wedding in Maui.
Rev. Eric Dotterer is one of our recently added ministers for Maui, but has performed many ceremonies. He specializes in Hawaiian style, non-denominational, destination weddings, Civil Unions, commitment ceremonies and renewal of wedding vows. He is also a musician who plays ukulele, guitar and vocals he specializes in wedding music performing Hawaiian, Jazz, Standards, and Rock ´ n Roll genres.
Rev. Eric Dotterer
Rev. Adam Gomes
Rev. Adam Gomes is another of our Hawaiian Ministers. He will
perform a religious or non religious ceremony. The oli aloha is a chant that offers a word of greeting. It says in part, "This is the site for which I have longed. Now that you have come, love has come with you". Rev. Adam´s easy going personality and heartfelt ceremony make him a favorite with our wedding couples.
Rev. Darci Palmer is an ordained, state-licensed, non-denominational minister. With inspiration from other ministers and local Hawaiians, she creates beautiful, personalized ceremonies that will be remembered as a meaningful start to the rest of your lives. Darci is thankful every day for the opportunity to present two individuals with a combined path in life and also specializes in lesbian and gay weddings.
Ceremony Coming Soon
Rev. Darci Palmer
Rev. Maha Conyers
Rev. Maha Conyers is the most recent addition to our Maui Ministers. She can perform your ceremony in English, German and French. She has had a Healing Ministry for 18 yrs. offering a wide variety of Body, Mind and Spirit Healing modalities. Only after her husband died she felt called to marry couples here on Maui. Having matured herself through her own experience of Unconditional Love in a fulfilled marriage, it became her heart's desire to unite couples on the most important day of their lives and to be a channel for the blessings that come to two people committed to serve each other in Love.
Judges are also available to perform a Civil Ceremony for an additional $75-150.
Rev. Jofrey Rabanal is our favorite Hawaiian minister available in all of Oahu. He´ s a local man that has lived on the mainland long enough to have become very personable with all kinds of people. Rev. Rabanal is very friendly and eloquent in his ceremony delivery. He is also open to reading lines that the couple have requested.
Rev. Eleanor Fong
Rev. Eleanor Fong is a great choice for your wedding, celebration of love, or civil union in Oahu. She specializes in ceremonies on the North Shore but is available for South Oahu weddings as well. Her background includes a Masters degree in Psychology with an Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy. She also has over 10 years in the field of counseling, movement therapy, and health and wellness. Eleanor will bring a special spiritual feeling to your religious or non religious ceremony in Oahu and will include blowing the conch shell and performing a Hawaiian chant.
Rev. Jerry Lesch
and Rev. Toni Baran
Rev. Jerry Lesch and Rev. Toni Baran are our husband and wife ministers in Oahu. They will perform religious as well as non religious ceremonies, renewal of vows ceremonies spiritual or commitment ceremonies at a variety of locations in Oahu.
Rev. Annie Green has been a minister for over 15 years and performed many
ceremonies, including weddings, commitment ceremonies and renewal of vows. Her loving presence will enhance your glorious day with grace, flexibility, ease and serenity. She performs both religious and spiritual ceremonies tailored to your requests. She is available for ceremonies on short notice if needed.
Ceremonies sent by request
Rev. Annie Green
Kahu Pomaika´i has been serving as a Kahu or Hawaiian Minister on
O´ahu for the last four years. Her ceremonies include Vow Renewals,
Weddings and Commitment Ceremonies. Deeply rooted in Hawaiian culture,
each of her ceremonies can be individually crafted to cater to your
specifications. Wedding ceremonies include a Ho´oponopono ritual,
which means to put things in their proper order. When a couple enters into
marriage it is of great importance that their energies are exclusively
connected to one other. A Ho´oponopono facilitates this by cutting the Aka cords or energetic connections from past relationships, allowing the couple to be bonded solely to each other. Add $100 for Kahu Pomaika´i
(Ask for consultation with minister)
Rev. Gary Canier is the newest member of our Oahu Minister group. Rev. Gary believes in the sacred ritual of marriage and wants you to have your wedding just the way you want to celebrate it. Specializing in Hawaiian, Religious and Contemporary Ceremonies. He is also very happy to include any special vows or readings that you may want in your ceremony
Rev. Gary Canier
Pastor Mark Turansky
Mark Turansky is the Senior Pastor of Pacific-Islands Church on the beautiful island of Oahu. Mark has many years experience providing
couples with the type of marriage ceremony that will express their hearts for each other, and their future together. As a Pastor, Mark has a real desire to see marriages succeed. His goal is to give couples the best possible start for an enduring, meaningful and happy relationship.
Rev. Sherrye Landrum was ordained an interfaith minister at St. John the
Divine Cathedral in New York City as a graduate of The New Seminary. In the years since ordination, she has trained and served as a hospital chaplain and celebrated a number of marriages, which have included traditional elements from a variety of religions. As aninterfaith minister, she truly honors all paths and shares the Dalai Lama's vision that "my religion is kindness".
Sherrye can perform a spiritual, religious, non-religious, or civil union ceremony.
Rev. Sherrye Landrum
Officiant Jody Green
Jody Melani Green was born and raised in Waimanalo, Oahu. She started her careers working in the catering business at many of the old Kamaina homes, also catered many weddings, from the most elegant and formal, to more casual. Jody received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from University of Hawaii, and started working with children with special needs, before specializing in the
field of Autism for the past 15 years. Besides Weddings, she also specializes
in Vow Renewals and Civil Unions.
Rev. Jeremiah Hoaeae is our Associate Hawaiian minister on the Big Island. Rev. Hoaeae performs a very "easy-going" religious ceremony which speaks of various Hawaiian traditions, such as the lei exchange, "Aloha", "ohana", and "ho'oponopono". Rev. Hoaeae is the minister of the South Kona Assembly of God Church in Hawaii.
Religious Hawaiian Ceremony
Rev. Jeremiah Hoaeae
Rev. Dard Aller is our other Associate minister on the Big Island. Rev. Aller´s very special ceremony speaks of the Hawaiian sensitivity to the sacredness of special times and places. He will use a lava rock and Ti leaf to perform a Hawaiian blessing that commemorates this precious moment and sacred union. As well as other Hawaiian traditions, such as the lei exchange, blessing of the rings with ocean water, and and the concept of "ho'oponopono", the Hawaiian principle of forgiveness. Rev. Dard will perform a Spiritial Hawaiian, Christian or Japaneese ceremony. Spiritial Hawaiian Ceremony
Rev. Dard Aller
Rev. Romae Lenci
Reverend Romae Lenci is a fully ordained non-denominational Minister. She provides a passion for officiating God´s glorious connections in beautiful, colorful, natural locations. Rev. Romae is excited to create
beautiful memories for all who attend. The ceremony itself is a message from the heart of those sharing their love for each other. She can also assist you in customizing your ceremony to reflect your hearts and create unforgettable memories. As an interfaith minister, Rev. Romae serves all faiths and
people from all over the world.
Rev/Pastor Harold Kaleihi Kilborn is one of our favorite Hawaiian ministers in Kauai. His passion in performing weddings and " Aloha Spirit" make him a favorite with our couples who want a Christian ceremony with a Hawaiian flavor. He will also blow the "pu" (conch shell) for you and include a Hawaiian chant. Hawaiian ceremonies available upon request.
Rev/Pastor Harold Kaleihi Kilborn
Rev. Christine Kube
Rev. Christine Kube is our newest minister in Kauai. She has lived in Hawaii since she was 10 years old. She loves officiating weddings in romantic and exotic places. She has a variety of ceremonies to choose from and would be happy to help you create your own vows. Christine invites you to discover the wonder of Kauai.
Male Hawaiian Ministers in Kauai We have a number of Hawaiian ministers in Kauai who are not pictured here. Most perform a Christian ceremony with a Hawaiian flavor.
We also have a female Hawaiian officiate who will perform a non religious ceremony in both Hawaiian & English, or a Hawaiian minister who will perform the entire ceremony in Hawaiian if you wish. All of our ministers include the traditional Hawaiian lei exchange and perform their ceremonies in the most reverent manner with plenty of Aloha.
Other Ministers in Kauai