Makói Örömsziget óvoda 2021

Development of Reformed Kindergartens

All over Hungary new Reformed kindergartens are being inaugurated and groundbreaking ceremonies are held, within the framework of the National Kindergarten Development Programme.


HRCA Helps Thousands of People at Christmas

The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) would make Christmas brighter for more than nine thousand families and elderly people living under difficult circumstances. Several relief actions have been launched, which can be joined by donating items, granting wishes to needy children or donating money.


Joint Solidarity with Afghan Refugees in Pakistan

The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid, answering the call of the Presbyterian Church in Pakistan, launched a two-week donation campaign to support the humanitarian program offering help to Afghan refugees in the country.


Solidarity on Reformation Day

Every year, on the last Sunday of October, the RCH church members dedicate their offering to support the renovation of church buildings of a single congregation selected by the leadership of the four Church Districts and confirmed by the Synod of RCH.

More News

Public Concern

Illusztráció: Zilah, Wesselényi-kollégium, 1903 - képeslap

Restitution in Transylvania Stopped

One might shrug shoulders arguing that a single case does not allow us to draw far-reaching conclusions. But all the signs seem to support the assumption that restitution of Hungarian properties in Romania is no longer a legal issue, but rather a political one.


Statement on Church Property Restitution in Romania

The General Convent of the Hungarian Reformed Church issued a public statement expressing serious concerns regarding recent investigation against leaders of the Reformed Church in Romania, Bishop István Csűry and Bishop Béla Kató.


Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

On behalf of the World Communion of Reformed Churches the Collegial General Secretariat, in a letter of solidarity, expressed its concerns over latest developments in the process of Church property restitution in Romania.


Novák Katalin

Reign of Grace

As a minister for families she also deals with homemaking. Katalin Novák, Goodwill Ambassador of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid introduced us into her spiritual home and shared her thoughts about faith, mission and education.


“Personal Contact With Volunteers Is Important”

Lilla Vad joined the staff team of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid in February 2009 as the coordinator of the Bridge of Love program. During her more than a decade of service, she has experienced the growth of the organization and the multiplication of tasks.


„Love Not With Words, But With Actions”

The news of children dying of starvation or homeless people freezing to death deeply sadden and trouble all people of good will and create a sense of helplessness. In Hungary too, there are many disadvantaged families who do not have warm or even cold food on the table every day.

More interview

Church with Others

Roma Ministry

Faith Connects

The delegation of the István Wáli Reformed Roma Special College visited Italy, together with representatives from other similar institutions. The joint trip marked the tenth anniversary of the Network. Participants also had the opportunity to meet Pope Francis.

Loving and Embracing Unconditionally

It is heartening to see that our church has diverse and hopeful programmes in the area of youth ministry, but we seldom talk about the ways we can provide examples to younger generations with our personal lives. Report about the annual conference of the National Reformed Roma Ministry.

Read more about the Roma Ministry

Migration and Refugee

Budapest - The City Of Light

Annamaria Apelt finished high school in 2019 and shortly after that she found herself in Budapest, as part of her social voluntary year. She volunteered with the Refugee Ministry of RCH, supporting the daily operation of RCH's implementing partner, the Kalunba Social Services Non-Profit.

Putting Her Plans in God’s Hands

At 23 years old Angela Canadey is serving as a coordinator for Kalunba Social Services, and member of the Churches' Commission for Migrants of Europe (CCME). Originally from Pakistan, her family fled to Hungary because of the threat their Christian faith posed to their livelihood there.

We Are Citizens Of God's Kingdom

Pakistani and Hungarian, but above all: Christian. This is how Angela Canadey, coordinator of the Refugee Ministry of RCH - who arrived in Hungary as a refugee with her family - speaks about herself.

Read more about Migration and Refugee

Christians in Minority

Journeying Together in Christ

We have been blessed in the past years by a growing partnership with the Armenian Evangelical Community in Syria. In an interview we asked Rev. Dr. Harout Selimian, president of the community, to reflect on the cooperation, the support of the Hungary Helps Program and the actual situation in the country.

The Hungarian Support Saved Reformed Schools in Lebanon

Two partner churches of the Reformed Church in Hungary (RCH) received aid through the Hungary Helps Program in the past two years, the project period closed on the end of 2020. The Hungarian help served Reformed institutions of the country which are in critical condition and made bigger investments possible.

Supporting the Near East School of Theology

During a video conference on December 22nd, the Debrecen Reformed Theological University (DRHE), the Transtibiscan Diocese and the Both Antal Theological and Cultural Foundation delivered their joint donation to the Protestant theological school in Beirut, which suffered damage in the explosions on August 4th.

Read more about Christians in minority


Christianity around the World

World Communion of Reformed Churches

Webinar to launch Gender Justice Policy

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) is launching its Gender Justice Policy through a webinar, “Why the church needs intersectional feminism.” The webinar will …

Conference of European Churches

World Council of Churches