It was in one of Hungary’s oldest Reformed churches, that Dániel Pásztor was inaugurated as Bishop of the Cistibiscan Reformed Church District. The event was an opportunity to express gratitude for the past and highlight the task for the future: preach the Word under all circumstances.
On Pentecost Monday, Zoltán Balog, ministerial president of the Synod of RCH, was inaugurated as Bishop in the city of Nagykőrös. The dedication service of the Bishop, who was elected last November, has been delayed due to COVID-19.
The second meeting of the newly elected Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary took place on Wednesday in Budapest. Bishop Zoltán Balog, ministerial president of the Synod in his opening address highlighted the double effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the priorities of the next six years.
The constituting meeting of the newly elected General Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary elected Bishop Zoltán Balog as Ministerial President and Chief Elder János Molnár as Lay President of the Synod.
Each member of the new Synod of RCH will have a free mandate and can choose presidents and vice-presidents of the highest decisions making body freely. Communique on the election of the Presidents of RCH correcting false press statements.
The newly elected Assembly of the Transtibiscan Church District was constituted in Debrecen in form of a video conference on 30 January. Members confirmed the result of the elections and chose new officers.
“The consequence of forgiveness is that we can invite each other – into our congregations, our church and our Christianity” – said at his inauguration the Bishop of the Danubian Reformed Church District on January 25.
The inaugural meeting of the new Synod and the election of the new Presidium of RCH will take place at the Károli Gáspár University of RCH, decided outgoing, continuing and incoming members of the Presidency Council.
Over the past year, we have had to face unexpected situations month after month, yet we have experienced that our Heavenly Father has not left us alone. Newly elected Lay Presidents of RCH about their hope for the year 2021.
Over the past year, we have had to face unexpected situations month after month, yet we have experienced that our Heavenly Father has not left us alone. Newly elected Bishops of RCH about their hope for the year 2021.