Known and acknowledged actors and actresses voice the Christmas wishes of needy children. Manna FM joined the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid’s (HRCA) call and the goal is to make 2020 childrens’ wish come true.
Red Wednesday is a worldwide action initiated by the Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), a Catholic Pontificial Foundation, in 2015. Hundreds of churches, monuments and buildings will be illuminated tonight in red light in a global call for religious freedom and solidarity with the persecuted Christians.
The Károli Gáspár University of the RCH established a scholarship scheme for young Christian students living in minority in selected countries of the Middle-East, Asia and Africa. Applications are no open for the Acedemic year 2021/22.
Every six years there are general elections in Reformed Church in Hungary on all levels of church life, including our 27 presbyteries, 4 church districts and, at last, the General Synod. An election guide to help you navigate through the process.
The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) has been sheltering displaced families from Artsakh in Armenia with the support of the Hungary Helps Agency and the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid. Hungarian support for Armania is a symbolic sign of unquestionable solidarity.
At the closing Synod session, members of the highest legislative body of RCH discussed a series of reports about results of the past 6 years and thanked for the service of the outgoing ministerial president, Bishop Dr. István Szabó..
Eszter Kállay, a teacher at Kalunba Social Servies Ltd. shared her thoughts and experiences teaching disadvantaged children as well as the plans for the future, when face-to-face interaction will be possible again.
"Our heavenly Father is with us in Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit even amidst of the worst tribulations." Message of the Presidium of the General Convent of the Hungarian Reformed Church to the congregations.
The current Bishop of the Transdanubian (Western) Church District of RCH has been re-elected in the process of General Elections which take place every six years. József Steinbach will start his third term in office.
The Presidential Council of RCH released new guidelines for congregations in accordance with the strict rules introduced by the Government on 9 November, including curfew, closure of businesses and serious limitation of social events.
Rev. Zoltán Balog has been elected as Bishop of the Danubian Church District with headquarters in Budapest. The Bishop elect will take over office on 1th January 2021. Sándor Veres was re-elected as Lay President of the District.
The Roma Mission Theologian Tield Trip had to move to the online world. Senior theologian-pastoral students at Károli Gáspár University were able to take part in an intimate and informative three day course where they gained good experience for their future service.
We prepared for the Roma Ministry Conference with this in mind: we have to do what we must for protection. This is why we’ve changed our personal event to online where we had Bible study discussions to deepen faith, prayers, and cultural programs.