Christmas with Refugees

2018. december 22., tags: christmas, refugee ministry, refugee

This past Thursday, December 20, friends, family and beneficiaries of Kalunba came together and celebrated the holiday season with lots of laughter, good food and great company.

Christmas Message from the General Convent of the Hungarian Reformed Church

2018. december 17., tags: christmas, general convent, hungarian reformed church, General Convent

Christmas circular letter to all congregations and institutions of the Hungarian Reformed Church

Christmas Message of the General Convent

2016. december 15., tags: hungarian reformed church, general convent, christmas

Christmas Message to the Congregations and Institutions of the Hungarian Reformed Church.

Holy Season at the Scottish Mission

2016. december 14., tags: scottish mission, Scottish Mission, anniversary, christmas, church of scotland (cofs), Church of Scotland (CofS), Church of Scotland (cofs), 175

The Church of Scotland has created an online Advent calendar with daily videos from the CofS ministries team to bring the true spirit of Christmas to life. One day will even feature St. Columba’s congregation in Budapest, a dual-affiliated church with the RCH. 

Promise Fulfilled

2015. december 16., tags: christmas, interview, presiding bishop

God became man in order to share man's nature and destiny, and so that through the death and resurrection of the saviour He could start with us afresh. The question is: what have we made out of this?" says Bishop István Szabó.  We spoke with the ministerial president of the Synod about the meaning of Christmas, the image of the Messiah in the time of Jesus, as well as how God makes and fulfils promises.

Food for life at Christmas

2014. december 19., tags: hungarian reformed church aid (hrca), christmas

With its Christmas campaign "Give food to give life" the Reformed Church Aid wants to raise the issue of malnutrition of children, a widespread social phenomenon in Hungary. The Foundation extends a helping hand to the community in several different ways; through trainings of service personal, emergency response and social projects throughout Hungary and the Carpathian Basin.

A Spoonful of Faith

2013. december 17., tags: christmas, hungarian reformed church aid (hrca)

The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) organized an Advent children’s programme to express their gratitude to their donors and volunteers for their support throughout the year. The adults had the chance to experience “a spoonful of faith,” while the children received Nyilas Misi gift boxes full of presents.

RCH Film Campaign Awarded Again

2013. május 13., tags: A fiú, hypnosis, christmas, the boy, campaign, a fiú

The Reformed Church in Hungary won the first and third prize at the prestigious advertisement competition, Hypnosis, with two of its most recent marketing campaigns - The boy and We All Sit At One Table.

A Chance for a New Beginning

2012. december 17., tags: christmas

The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid reflects on the first year of service for the Life Belt programme. Launched last Advent, it a project that strives to aid families devastated by the crash of foreign exchange loans in the form of housing assistance.

Wow, How Small You Are!

2012. december 14., tags: christmas

Presiding Bishop Gusztáv Bölcskei shares his thoughts on where we can find our hope in a Christmas season that is defined each year by bigger, more spectacular and more glamorous, a phenomena that stands in stark contrast to Jesus’ humble beginning.

A Real Christmas

2012. december 14., tags: christmas, real, boy, campaign

The child is coming. Advent is the time in the church to wait and prepare for the arrival of Immanuel, God with us. For the Reformed Church in Hungary (RCH), it is a time to spread the story of His birth – no small task, to be certain.

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