Click Here to learn more about the UUPCC Annual Meeting, to be held at General Assembly in New Orleans, 2017.
The UU International Joint Working Group (UUPCC, ICUU and UUA International Office) is very pleased to report that the three candidates for UUA President have responded to five questions about international U/U engagement. Click here, or the image above, to read their responses, along with the joint statement on international engagement they signed last fall.
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The UU International Joint Working GroupUUA Presidential Candidates’ Statement about Our Global Unitarian/Universalist FaithWe, the undersigned candidates for President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, affirm:The rich diversity of our shared global Unitarian/Universalist faith in its many forms around the world;Underlying the diversity of our faith is a oneness that ties us together with bonds of history and affection;Unitarian/Universalism is a faith that the world desperately needs; therefore, we are committed to helping it grow;As the largest Unitarian/Universalist community
On January 13, 2017 the Hungarian Unitarian Church honours the 449th anniversary of the Declaration of Religious Freedom and Tolerance, an edict which many consider the first legal guarantee of religious freedom in Christian Europe. The UUPCC, the ICUU and the UUA’s International Office encourage you to join Unitarian/Universalists around the world in celebrating this Day of Religious Freedom.In 1568, on January the 13th, the Diet of Torda (Transylvania) proclaimed:"His majesty, our Lord, in what manner he – together with his realm – legislated in the matter of religion
Watch this amazing documentary video of the Tree of Life Unitarian Universalist Congregation (McHenry, IL) Choir’s 2016 pilgrimage to Transylvania. Watch below or click here.
Read the Autumn PCNews now—Vol. 23 No. 2. Click here for the PDF.
Arliss Ungar is the 2016 winner of the Louis C. Cornish “Living the Mission” Award! Every year this award recognizes and honors individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to cultivating and sustaining mutually beneficial congregational partnerships between Unitarians and Unitarian Universalists around the world.Ungar has more than demonstrated her commitment to partnership. In addition to making frequent visits to Transylvania herself, she has served for over twenty years in various leadership roles with the Balázs Scholar Program.