Interested in a pilgrimage walk through the Unitarian heartland?

Information Session
March 17, 10 AM PST/12 PM CST
 
Hosted by:
Rev. Roger Bertschausen, Executive Director, Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council
John Dale, Travel Coordinator, Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council
Prof. Megan Dowdell, Starr King School for the Ministry
Experience Transylvania from the hills and river valleys.
Learn Unitarian history.
Encounter cultural sites, music, and worship.
Engage spiritual practices and community building.
Please join this information session regarding “A Mindful Walk Through the Unitarian Heartland” to be held in Summer 2018. Rev Roger Bertschausen and John Dale from the UU Partner Church Council will offer information and answer your questions about travel to Transylvania in this unique opportunity to experience and learn about Unitarian history. Megan Dowdell, a professor at Starr King School for the Ministry, will facilitate the call.
Please Megan Dowdell (mdowdell@sksm.edu) with questions and to RSVP.
This pilgrimage features a 10-day walk over the rolling hills and pastoral river valleys of Central Transylvania, into Unitarian towns and villages. An unforgettable trek, led by a UU Partner Church Council guide with over 2 decades of experience facilitating UU visits to Transylvania, as well as a seminary professor, and other facilitators. Evening programs include lectures, discussions, worship, and meditation. The walk culminates in a climb to the mountain-top fortress above Deva for an evening vespers service outside the prison cell where Francis David, the 1st Bishop of the Unitarian Church, was martyred.
Designed for UU seminarians, but open to all. Academic credit available (details TBA).