How to say “communion” in Hawai’ian and ASL


Pastor Vicky offers a lesson on how to say “communion” or “Eucharist” in Hawaiian and American Sign Language (ASL). The term for “Eucharist” in Hawaiian is “Eukalikia,” pronounced as “ay-u-ka-likia” with a Hawaiian accent.

In ASL, the sign for “Eukalikia” involves touching the pinky finger and thumb together, symbolizing the Trinity, and then making two circles around the cheek.

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