New Thought Center of Hawai`i

A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's unique spiritual path.

We are located at:

Pualani Terrace,
81-6587 Mamalahoa Hwy
Building C302 in Kealakekua,
next door to Antiques and Ice Cream (large red building on makai/ocean side of the highway.  From south we are on the left, just a few tenths of a mile past Konawaena School Road traffic light.

Phone:  808-323-2232

for email:   [email protected]

for mail: P.O. Box 333, Kealakekua, HI 96750

Our facilities are handicap friendly with lots of paved parking area.
Childcare is provided at Sunday morning services.

For more information about New Thought, a map and what we offer please visit our website at:

Our officers for 2020-2021 year are:

Pasha MacGregor, President
[email protected]

Stephen Goss,
Vice President
970 319 6900
[email protected]

Margie Bourgeois
Treasurer -
808 464-1625
[email protected]

Ramona Owen

Upcoming Presenters 
Attend in person (masks optional)

CLICK HERE to watch livestream on YOUTUBE 

SUNDAY, December 3, 2023
10:00 AM
12/10: Holiday decorating party, "Trim the Tree, Deck the Lanai". Light lunch afterwards
12/17: Kaimana Lighthawk, Winter Solstice Ceremony
12/24: Christmas Eve Candlelight service, 7pm. Dessert & pupu potluck, 8-9pm
12/31: Marya Mann, JOY: How to Lighten Up in Chaotic Times. Music by Shawna and the Songsemble Quartet
1/7/24: Keli Semelsberger, music by Dick Franklin
1/14: Rafe Pearlman, program & music, Voice as Our Spiritual Ally
1/21: Lynda Boozer
1/28: Osman Eladnani
2/11: Guest musician Phyllis Chapell
Events page or click HERE 

For more information about workshops  go to our Events Page

For links to archived speaker videos on YouTube, visit our Archives of Speakers



Kumu Keala Ching

Program and Music
Kumu Keala Ching will share his thoughts on Kuleana vs Responsibility this Sunday at New Thought Center.

Keala Ching is a Hawaiian cultural educator, composer, song writer, and kumu hula.  He lives and breathes aloha into his Hawaiian heritage with his strong presence and great heart.
Growing up on the island of O'ahu, Keala Ching began his hula training at a young age. After many years learning and building his knowledge he graduated in the 'uniki rites to become a kumu hula. He serves as kumu for several halau, including two in Japan and one in Switzerland. He has been a practitioner of Ho'oponopono since 1999.
Kumu Keala is a graduate of University of Hawaii, Manoa, with a degree in early childhood education. He earned a Master's degree in education from Chaminade University. He is fluent in the Hawaiian language, which he uses as the foundation for teaching his students, both children and adults.

Kumu has taught keiki and served in other capacities for several schools in the Kona area. Currently he works at Konawaena Middle School, teaching language and music.  Kumu is the co-founder and Executive Director of a foundation, Na Wai Iwi Ola. To learn more, visit the website: