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We decided to spend our first day out at the North Shore looking for some of the beaches we've never seen.

But first a stop-off at the Christ Memorial Episcopal Church on the way to Kilauea.

There has been a church and graveyard on this site since 1888. According to their website: "In 1939 the Kilauea Sugar Company deeded the churchyard to Christ Memorial Church and gave the native stone used in the erection of the present building. The chief benefactor, however, was Mrs. Robert Shapard, of Griffin, Georgia, in memory of her husband, and on the Second Sunday after Epiphany on January 19, 1941 The Right Rev. Harrington Littell consecrated the church."
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