Breaking Down Barriers from Both Sides

Both Sides are needed in Roma Ministry to break down barriers, concluded the three-day international conference, organized by CCME, in cooperation with the Ecumenical Office and the National Roma Ministry of the Reformed Church in Hungary at the Synod Office of RCH.

Roma Ministry

Churches Together for Roma and Sinti

CCME Cooomunique about the Conference ‘Justice for Roma and Sinti: a challenge for churches’ that took place in the Synod Hall of RCH co-hosted by CCME and RCH.

Jesus Wants to Purify Our Hearts

Under the Motto „Create in me a pure heart, O God” the reformed Great Church in Debrecen hosted the 5th annual Protestant Roma Mission Conference with over 1500 participants.

Justice for Roma

Under the title “Justice for Roma and Sinti – a challenge for churches” Churches´ Commission for Migrants in Europe will organize in cooperation with the Reformed Church in Hungary a conference to be held 9 – 11 March 2020 in Budapest.

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Migration and Refugee

Toward a World of Neighbours

The ecumenical journey toward a joint vison for Europe continues. RCH representatives joined the workshop on the invitation of Church of Sweden that brought together 70 representatives from various churches, ecumenical organisations, religious communities and civil organisations from across Europe in Malmö between 27 and 30 January.

Radical Hospitality

RCH delegation of 5 volunteers and students participates at the 18th Annual European Refugee Highway Partnership Roundtable which is taking place in Malmö between 3 and 7 February.

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Middle East

Scholarship for Young Christians

Károli Gáspár University of the RCH founded a scholarship scheme to provide study opportunities for young Christian students who are living in minority in selected countries in the Middle-East, Asia and Africa. The University offers 5 full scholarship a year. Deadline for applications is 30th April.

Peacemaker from Pakistan visits Hungary

Eric Sarwar, Presbyterian minister and church musician from Pakistan, serving as a musical peacemaker in an Islamic context will be visiting our Church in the coming days to deepen relationship.

Students' Solidarity with Syria

Students and teachers of Hungarian reformed schools in the Carpathian Basin answered the call of the Church Leaders, opened their hearts and raised more than 60 000 USD for the renovation of Syrian evangelical schools. A 10-years high in the history of the Reformed Educational Fund.

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All Church Events Suspended

In light of the COVID-19 virus and in accordance with the latest measures introduced by the Hungarian government, the Presidium of RCH issued a Communique on the 16th of March requesting congregations to suspend all church events.


Striving for solidarity and cooperation

The Presidium of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Bishop István Szabó and Lay President Pál Huszár, issued the declaration below on the occasion of the Year of National Cohesion, confirming the call Christian churches and organisations published earlier.

Kodácsy Tamás

Environmental Policy in Hungary

Tamás Kodácsy, Head of the Eco-Congregation Council of RCH, offered a reflection on the New Environmental Policy in Hungary for the European Christian Environmental Network.

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