Reverend Csaba TodorFor the last 25 or 30 years, the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Wichita has had an ongoing partnership with a Unitarian Church in a village in central Romania, in Homorod Szentpal (Homoródszentpál), Transylvania. This is an area of Romania populated largely by ethnic Hungarian Unitarians, which are about 7% of the Romanian population. They have their own Unitarian high school in central Transylvania, a Unitarian camp and park area for church events and retreats and many Hungarian owned restaurants and stores. The Partner Church village, however, is quite small and while located in a lovely rural area of rolling hills and farmlands, it is 3 1/2 hrs. from Bucharest, the capital city, and about 45 min. to the next decent sized city, if one needs to go to the bank, the theater, or do major shopping. Our partners in the Homorod Valley live on very small salaries ($100-$200 per month, for example) and rely heavily on their own resources for their subsistence. They garden, plant their own crops and raise animals, they repair their own tractors and use them for decades and thus, repairs to the centuries-old church building come slowly. Contact Debbie at 316 681-3307