by Rev. Gary Smith On our way to the Khasi Hills last February, I stayed in elegant hotels. Yet it is my host's home on Circuit House Road in Jowai that I truly remember.
Korond, Transylvania with the UU Church of Sarasota, Florida; Pestszentlõrinc, Hungary with the UU Church of Savannah, Georgia; and Bicutan (Manila), The Philippines with First Universalist Church in Denver, Colorado.
by Rev. Károly Vass, Balázs Scholar at Starr King School for the Ministry
Ferenc Nagy, affectionately known as Feri bácsi, the long time minister of Segesvár, died October 17, 2013, at the age of 97. He was beloved by many, and many travelers got to know him. The Reverend George Kimmich Beach wrote these words of memory:
by Cathy Cordes, Executive Director. Every year at the Winter Board Retreat the board reviews the priorities set the previous year, assesses progress made, and sets new priorities for the coming year. About this time every year, I review the progress made in anticipation of that meeting.
by Zsófia Sztranyiczki
by Suzi Spangenberg, on the Starr King Balázs Scholars Program. This program is meant to send a Starr King student to Transylvania for a month. The first student to go this year was Jo Green (reported in V20N2). This is Suzi's report on her visit.
by Jean Sorrells-Jones, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church Unitarian Universalist, Charlottesville, VA. In March 2013, we received a $500 travel grant to help fund the visit of Rev. István Török, minister of our Transylvanian Partner Church in Olthéviz, to visit TJMC. Although Rev. Török has been the minister in Olthéviz for many years, and the Partnership is 20+ years old, this was his first visit to the U.S.