As Unitarian Universalists in the United States, we tend to think of UU as an American faith. Yet there are Unitarian, Universalist, and UU communities in at least 33 countries around the world, from Argentina to Uganda. How this faith looks in Transylvania or Burundi is significantly different from what we know here in the US. Given these huge differences, what is it that connects us? Who are the heroes of our faith in other countries and what can we learn from them?