Partner Church

We Are Partners!

Logo of the Unitarian Church of Transylvania

In April 2019, our congregation voted to partner with a Unitarian church in Magyarsáros, Transylvania.  As part of a special program under the auspices of the Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council (UUPCC), where congregations in the United States form partnerships with churches around the world, we found a congregation perfect for partnership.   

Over the course of the next few years, we will develop linkages and programs to strengthen our partnership to benefit both congregations.  Partnership also includes traveling to Transylvania and learning about Hungarian culture and Unitarian history. 

In April the Unitarian church hosted the Districts Women’s Conference.  The wooden bell tower of the Unitarian church dates back to 1600.

Unitarianism was born in Transylvania through clergyman Francis David who convinced the King to make Unitarianism the state religion and foster religious toleration within the kingdom. 

Reverend László-Csaba Jenei, his wife Ildiko, son Csaba, and daughter Kinga.  Reverend Csaba has been minister at the church since 2014.

Interested in learning more?  Contact the church partnership Committee at