“In Solidarity and Prayer This Easter Season,” reads in the Easter Massage of the World Communion of Reformed Churches Europe Area, which was sent to the member churches in the shadow of the war in Ukraine by Martina Wasserloos-Strunk, President of WCRC Europe.
“Peace must prevail,” say four global Christian communions who will host online prayer service on Ash Wednesday. RCH is also joining to work together to collectively support the churches and people of Ukraine.
President Najla Kassab and the Collegial General Secretariat - Hanns Lessing, Philip Vinod Peacock, Phil Tanis - shared Christmas blessings with member churches on behalf of the World Communion of Reformed Churches.
At the invitation of Bishop Zoltán Balog, ministerial president of the Synod, a delegation from Lebanon and Syria visited RCH, among them Rev. Najla Kassab, President of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC).
The Evangelical Church in the Rhineland had invited representatives of its partner churches in Central and Eastern Europe, including RCH, to discuss together the joint responsibility of Churches in Europe in promoting democracy.
On Sunday, 4 November, nearly 80 children and three staff members were kidnapped from Presbyterian School Bamenda by armed men in northwest Cameroon. This was the second kidnapping of students within the week.
WCRC President, Rev. Najla Kassab visited Hungary for the first time to attend the WCRC Europe Area Council meeting. During her stay in Hungary, Rev. Kassab attended various meetings and met with officials of the government, as well as leadership of HRC.
A delegation of the Reformed Church in Hungary recently paid a solidarity visit to Reformed Churches in Lebanon and Syria. Read the reflection from Diana Erdélyi, member of the delegation and RCH ecumenical secretary.