RCH joined the WCRC's call for prayer and support for those affected by the explosion in Beirut. Bishop István Szabó sent letters of solidarity to NESSL and UAECNE and assured RCH's partner churches of symphaty and support.
Social upheaval in the US affects also American partner churches of RCH. For a better understanding, the Reformed Weekly of RCH, in its recent issue published an interview with Rev. Wylie Hughes, minister of PC USA.
Bethesda Children’s Hospital celebrates the heroes of healthcare and captures the memory of this strange, unifying, yet distancing quarantine time by publishing a cookbook written by the healing community.
RCH hosted a video conference with HEKS representatives to review the outgoing period of Church Cooperation and to plan the new Country Program focusing on social change in terms of integration of Roma and Refugees.
HRCA and the Reformed Mission Center continue accompanying Asylum seekers and offer them spiritual and social support even after Gov decision to close Transit Zones in Hungary. Interview with Rev. Ágoston Dobos.
The weather conditions of recent days have made life difficult for thousands of families across the country, and the homes of several families have become uninhabitable due to heavy rainfall entering their houses.
After a three-month ban due to COVID-19, RCH’s elderly homes can receive visitors again, and also spiritual life can be revitalized. So far there have been no cases of novel coronavirus infection among the residents.
Sixty-six kindergartens are being built and renewed within the framework of the countrywide kindergarten program of RCH. "Our goal is to raise children whom we can be proud of 15, 50 or 100 years later," said Bishop István Szabó.