by Roger Corn
Please join us in reaching across borders to practice loving acceptance and collaboration in this stressful time of global nationalism. Discover the joys of connecting with rural Unitarians overseas through East Shore’s partnerships with ethnic Hungarians (in Transylvania) and Khasis (in NE India). Broaden your horizons while living our Unitarian principles of world community, social justice, and spiritual exploration.
Our April 8 service will look at transformative experiences of both East Shore and overseas Unitarians during our years of partnership. You may even want to consider joining a group pilgrimage to a partners’ homeland..
If you can’t join us for conversation after worship, please contact Roger Corn ([email protected] or 253-630-0122) for more information. Personal connections with diverse Unitarians beyond our shores enriches their lives as well as your own.