According to Bali Hai Realty, the picturesque Waiʻoli Huiʻia Church in Hanalei, located alongside the main road just past Hanalei town, is the most Photographed Building In Hanalei. Built in 1912, the green, spired church was designed in the American Gothic style with a Roman Doric. Filling the front gable of Waiʻoli Huiʻia Church is a large stained glass window with a pointed arch. The bell tower holds the bell that was formerly in the old Waiʻoli Belfry where it had summoned the Waiʻoli congregation since in 1843. Just behind Waiʻoli Huiʻia Church is the original Waiʻoli Church which is now called Waiʻoli Mission Hall. It was built in 1841 along with the Belfry which is also still standing having been fully restored. Farther back on the property behind a grove of trees is the historic Waiʻoli Mission House built in the 1830s.