Boglárka Szűcs, coordinator of the Eco-congregation Movement of RCH, speaks about the topic of the this year's Week of Creation and the positive aspects of COVID-19 in terms of sustainability and protection of Creation.
The Hungary Helps Agency, in cooperation with the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) and the Hungarian Interchurch Aid (HIA), provides an emergency fund for the rehabilitation and humanitarian support of civilians in Armenia.
The Eco-Congregation Movement provided meal for one hundred cyclist on a bike breakfast held on 9th of September in Lágymányos. The RCH’s Eco-Congregation group joined the Hungarian Cyclists’ Club for the first time.
In the 74th year of his life, Kálmán Tarr, reformed pastor, founding director of the Kálvin János (John Calvin) Publishing House of RCH and former general secretary of the Hungarian Bible Society passed away.
Institutions of strategic importance, diminishing congregations and attacks against Christianity – some of the issues discussed at a public discussion of two nominees for the Bishop's office in Budapest.
The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) established a new logistics centre in Ebes, a city in Eastern-Hungary, near Debrecen, which was officially opened on 4 September. The new site offers job opportunities for people with disabilities.
The newly renovated Károlyi-Csekonics palace has formally been entrusted to the Reformed Church in Hungary (RCH). From the beginning of the new academic year, the building houses the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Károli Gáspár University of RCH.
Kalunba Non-Profit, the implementing partner of RCH’s Refugee Ministry offered unforgettable days at the lake Balaton for children preparing them for the start of the school year. Personal impressions of the community program for Refugee families.
Innovative thinking and value creation are the two most important keywords in the startup sector. The cooperation of the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid and the Startup Campus highlights the idea of social responsibility in the sector.
The pandemic has radically transformed the organization of this year’s Arc Camp. We have asked Gergely Gőbel, RCH project manager about the fate of the camp and its special significance during the period of Pandemics.
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.