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Transylvanian Partner Church Chair Dan Ratelle visits the Unitarian Church in Brásso, bringing greetings from First Church, as well as a gift from our congregation, honoring Rev.Sándor Máthé’s more than 20 years of service to his congregation and to our Partnership.We learned about each other, shared meals and worship, and became no longer strangers.We also brought the gift of music, as our Choir sang in venues large and small, with the highlight being a performance at the first ever joint religious event in the historic "Black Church" of Brásso.First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego is honored to be a Partner Church to the Unitarian Church of Brassó in Romania.In 1991 our Church joined a then-new program pairing American UU Congregations with Unitarian Churches in Transylvania; this began our relationship with the Unitarian congregation in Brásso, Romania.We have so enjoyed being together with family and friends.As for political and economic situation in Romania, there is nothing new or encouraging for ordinary people like us.

In February, 2015, an unusually severe storm literally blew off the stucco and insulation “skin” from parts of the outside of the building (visible in the attached photo), but otherwise the building was unscathed.This means we hope you will come visit us in Brassó!Please accept our warmest greetings for this special season of Christmas and the coming New Year. Sándor Máthé Below is a note from our Partner Church minister, Rev. Dear Friends in San Diego, As it happens every year, December is the busiest time around our church.So we have to try to do our best in order to fulfill our own dreams and the expectations of the community that we serve.As for our family, it was the fourth birthday of our grandson Vadony in September.

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