Newsletter of the RCH - 30. April 2019

Life returning to Syria

In late March, a delegation visited the Evangelical churches of Lebanon and Syria, signing a memorandum of commitment. We asked the delegates about their experiences in the Middle East, including the situation of local Christians, as well as the significance and further possibilities of cooperation.

In peace for God, each other, ourselves

In light of International Romani Day, Reformed Roma communities in the Carpathian Basin gathered to worship and pray for one another. This year, reconciliation is the focus of the event. 

We encourage people to stay

Isabel Metzger, journalist of reformiert-info.de, interviewed Dóra Kanizsai-Nagy for an update on their situation since July 2018. Here we publish the English translation of the original article printed in German. 

No growth without revival

"Without the renewal of hearts and reformation in our lives, every tradition fades away and new initiatives turn out to be empty," said Presiding Bishop Szabó in his opening address at the recent Synod meeting, where the Statement on Marriage, Family and Sexuality was reaffirmed.

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