Balázs Transylvanian Tea on April 2 in Berkeley

The Balázs Scholars Program at Starr King School for the Ministry invites you and your friends to our Spring Transylvanian Tea, a fund raiser, on Saturday, April 2 at 3:30pm at Starr King School, 2441 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley. The suggested donation is $25.

Featured guests will be the 2010-2011 Balázs Scholar and minister in Sovata and Csokfalva, Transylvania, Rev. Levente Lázár and Rev. Dr. Dorsey Blake, Dean of the Faculty and Visiting Professor of Spirituality and Prophetic Justice at Starr King School and pastor of the San Francisco Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, an interfaith, interracial, intercultural community of seekers dedicated to personal empowerment and social transformation. They will speak on “Prophetic Voices.”

Each year the Balázs Scholars Program brings a young Transylvanian minister (and family) to study at Starr King School and the Graduate Theological Union, and to preach at Unitarian Universalist churches throughout the Bay Area and the country. It provides If you would like to help sustain this program please make a check to Starr King School with Balázs on the notation line, and send it to Starr King School, 2441 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94709.

RSVP to Arliss Ungar at or 925-283-3288.