International Unitarian Connections
Our Partner Church Program
The Unitarian Church of Kézdivásárhely, Romania (Transylvania) is a partner church for UUAA. Our relationship with our partner church formally began by congregational vote in 1997. Our partnership is under the Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council program. Transylvania was the birthplace of Unitarianism in 1565 and the Unitarian Church has persevered through centuries of hardships. Ethnically Hungarian, Transylvanians have suffered under the Romanian governments of the past decades. Read more...
Connections with Unitarians in the Khasi Hills of India
Our Khasi HIlls Sponsor-a-Student Program has been connecting with a lower primary school in Mawkisyiem, India (Khasi Hills) since 2001. Our congregation's Unitarian relationship with the Khasi Hills began in 1896 when our minister Rev. Jabez Sunderland began a theological friendship with Hajom Kissor Singh which led to the establishment of a Unitarian church in the Khasi Hills. Our relationship was renewed when our then assistant minister, the Rev. Eva Cameron, visited the area in 2001. The Khasi Hills are isolated and not part of industrialized India. The area is reputed to be the wettest on earth. Read more...