• FKA: BYU-Hawaii 3rd Stake (2004)

Stake History[]

2020 New Stake Presidency[]

LAIE HAWAII YSA 2ND STAKE: (October 18, 2020) President — Kealii Jon Leighton Haverly, 46, Polynesian Cultural Center senior director of global sales and facilities; succeeding Billy G. Casey; wife, Jennifer Kahokuahiahi Soon Haverly. Counselors — Aaron Kawika Keo, 45, State of Hawaii Department of Education school based behavior health specialist; wife, Nichole Kealakuupuailiahi Kamakaala Keo. William Kaaumoana Meyers, 48, State of Hawaii food safety specialist; wife, Kylie Maureen Peta Barker Meyers.[1]

Honolulu County Home Centered Church Opportunities[]

We teach that true religion begins in the home: "Home Centered / Church Supported". To that end families may consider the following local resources and programs to strengthen your core beliefs and values:

1. Come Follow Me: - Daily & Weekly family gospel study
2. Vanguard Scouting: - Featuring age-appropriate Family Activities, Service, Crafts, Field Trips, & Outdoor Adventures. The Benefits of Scouting are many, and there are lots of personal growth ideas to help your family pursue the new Churchwide Children & Youth Program.
3. LIFE School Curriculum: an LDS gospel based homeschool program that is built on the foundation of the scriptures, giving the child a sense of who he is and setting him on the path of discovering his divine mission. It is presented in a four year chronological rotation, integrating all areas of study to create a clear picture of the history of our world.
4. Family History: Resources to help you explore your family tree

    • Mormon Pioneers - 200+ stories of early faithful Latter-day Saint pioneers.
    • Familypedia - Come help build Hawaii's largest Family History online Encyclopedia.

5. Stripling Warriors on Facebook - Join LDS Youth meeting the challenge to build up Zion in their own communities.
6. Local Recreation:

Laie Hawaii Temple[]


The Laie Hawaii Temple is the 5th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was the first temple built in Hawaii. The temple sits on a small hill a half-mile from the Pacific Ocean in the town of Laie, 35 miles from Honolulu. Along with BYU-Hawaii and the PCC, the Laie Hawaii Temple plays an important role in the town of Lā'ie with over 100,000 people yearly passing through its visitor's center.

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