Sunday, July 6, 2008

First Message

The Unitarian Fellowship is a group of English speaking Japanese and long and short term foreign residents of Japan that has been meeting since 1965. It is a lay group that meets one Sunday a month at the International House in Roppongi to listen to invited speakers who discuss topics of religion, morality, literature, and international relations.

Unitarianism is one of the few religious denominations that does not require assent to a creed as a condition of membership.

A Unitarian fellowship is essentially a society of seekers, not of believers.

The basis is a common search for truth and a common sharing of what we have found in this search.

The next meeting will be held in September 2008. This new blog is an attempt for members to keep in touch, provide information to each other about scheduled meetings and to invite anyone who would like to participate. We will be updating information about coming speakers in this space, as well as providing stories and comments about the past.

International House
5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 Japan
Tel: 03-3470-4611, Fax: 03-3479-1738
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