Reformed Church in Hungary newsletter-March 2016

Reformed Church in Hungary newsletter-March 2016

Roma People Are Precious to God

“Romas’ Redeemer, Jesus is our God…” sang nearly four thousands Roma and non-Roma belivers at the first Protestant Roma Mission Meeting at the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Budapest -Fasor on February 20, 2016.

Even One Hour Can Help – Interview with Rev. István Lakó

A Faithful Connection

A descendent of the Dutch Admiral Michiel de Ruyter visited Budapest to pay homage to the man who freed Hungarian galley slaves on the 340th anniversary of the historic day.

People Are Not the Religion

An interview on Muslim-Christian relations with Elif and Sema, two Turkish students studying theology for the semester at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary.

Resettelment Means Safe Passage

The Calvin Connection
Faculty members from Calvin College, a Reformed Christian university in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, reflect on the historic partnership with the Károli Gáspár University of RCH.

Scottish Mission in the Midst of Revolution
15 March is a national holiday and a day of celebration throughout Hungary to remember the Hungarian revolution in 1848 and subsequent war for independence. It affected everyone in Hungary, including the Scottish Mission partners of RCH.