Newsletter of the Reformed Church in Hungary – December 2020

Newsletter of the Reformed Church in Hungary – December 2020

RCH_logo.pngLet’s Go to Bethlehem
Have a blessed and peaceful Christmas!

“In the dangerous valleys of death, where we are writhing to forces of loneliness, darkness and helplessness, it is time to follow the example of the shepherds of the first Christmas.” Bishops and Lay Presidents of the Hungarian Reformed Community wish you a blessed Christmas.  Read more…

Mutual Understanding Is Part Of The Work
Interview with Eszter Kállay, teacher of refugee children

Eszter Kállay, a teacher at Kalunba Social Servies Ltd., implementing partner of RCH’s Refugee Ministry shared her thoughts and experiences teaching disadvanted children as well as the plans for the future, when face-to-face interaction will be possible again.  Read more…

Mission 2020 Complete
Church Aid fulfilled Christmas wishes of 2020 children

The Wishlist project of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid proved to be a success 1800 donors offered support to fulfill Christmas wishes of 2020 children. A donor alone made forty wishes come true and one of the gifts came all the way from Australia. HRCA will deliver the gifts to the parents before Christmas. Read more…

Elections Almost Complete
RCH will elect its new presiding Bishop on 17th February 2021

In the past months congregations of the four Church Districts of RCH elected Bishops and Lay Presidents to lead the four Districts of RCH. Bishops and Lay Presidents are ex officio members of the new Synod which will be constituted next February to elect the Presidents of RCH.  Read more…

The Watershed
Interview with Bishop István Szabó outgoing president of RCH

The Church didn’t receive its mandate from the world, this is why the Ministerial President of the Synod didn’t care about the expectations of society during his long service. Bishop István Bogárdi Szabó says: “We have to answer to Jesus Christ. Did we achieve what he sent us for?  Read more…