TRANSLATED STORIES FOR ALL AGES

In the US unitarian church services the “Stories for all ages” is a portion of the service where a child’s tale or story is told before the children leave for Religious Education classes.  In a Transylvania-focused service, or on a special Transylvania-focused RE Sunday, translated children’s stories from the Transylvanian heritage would be well suited.  The list of translated tales include folk tales as well as contemporary children’s literature by Transylvanian writers.

 

TheFaceoftheKing

PrincessintehPalaceofFlames

TheYounCrowandtheAntHill

The fox, the bear, and the poor man

TheWishes

 

Transylvanian Unitarian college and high schools

for partner churches

for seminaries and schools of divinity

HUNGARIAN UNITARIAN CHURCH HOLIDAYS

ABOUT SZEKELY CULTURAL IDENTITY

MAGYARUL BESZÉLŐKNEK