- November 5, 2017
- at 11:00 am
- Presented by: Michelle Brown
Churches were language sanctuaries for Hungarians who came under Romanian authority in 1920. Even today, seminarians are charged with responsibility for the cultural survival of Hungarian-speaking Transylvanians. Michelle Brown, recently returned from a three-month stay in a Unitarian seminary, offers a look at the 21st century reality facing this child of the Reformation.
For those interested, Michelle will also provide a 10-minute presentation on geography, demographics and the emergence of Unitarianism in 16th century Transylvania during coffee time.