This year, the Edict of Torda is 450 years old, a decree that authorized local communities in eastern Hungary to elect their preachers. The clarion sound of that decree still rings through our UU congregations today with a continued call to religious tolerance and freedom of conscience. Here at UUS, that call is kept alive through a partnership with Unitarians in the village of Janosfalva, Transylvania, Romania. Let us remember and celebrate the roots of our heritage and the partnership of today.
Topics: Community of Memory