Recently, different memorials have been held remembering Rev. Endre Gyökössy, who introduced psychology and pastoral care to pastoral services in Hungary. The first was held on in the Synod Hall of the RCH and the other at Károli Gáspár Reformed University.
The Ecumenical Council of Churches in Hungary released a statement on behalf of its member churches in response the Constitutional Court's decision on 26 February that annulled the Law on the Right to Freedom of Conscience and Religion, and on Churches, Religions and Religious Communities.
An interview with Dr. Attie van Niekerk of the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa. Dr. Niekerk is a founding member and managing director of the NOVA institute. He recently visited Budapest to give a series of lectures on poverty and the redefinition of mission for today's Church.
The Reformed Christian Church in Serbia has released a statement with updates on the state of its bishop election that has been appealed and debated since early January. You can read an interview with bishop nominee Béla Halász following the announcement.
Would anyone ever think that Magda Szabó, who wrote about the strictness of Christian upbringing, remembered with thankfulness her years spent in the Dóczy Reformed High School? Read how the internationally famous author never forgot her roots or her Reformed identity.
An interview with Dr. Ferenc Szűcs, emeritus professor of Systematic Theology at Károli Gáspár Reformed University, on the meaning and importance of the Heidelberg Catechism to the Reformed Church in Hungary as the church celebrates the confession's 450th anniversary.
February 10 marked the beginning of Marriage Week international, a project Richard and Maria Kane started in England in 1997. Currently, it is celebrated in 23 countries around the world, including Hungary.
The Synod Council of the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia has decided on the appeals process regarding the recent bishop election in Serbia. The Council agreed to repeal the election results and approved the convening of a Synod meeting.
Visitors from around the Carpathian Basin and beyond gathered in Cluj-Napoca, Romania to celebrate the election and installation of Béla Kató as the 46th bishop of the Transylvanian district of the Reformed Church in Romania.
The voting drama in the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia (RCCS) concerning the election of Béla Halász continues to persist well into 2013. The Voting Committee met again on 28 January, but there was still no official announcement made.
The Conference of European Churches (CEC) held a press conference this week to discuss its upcoming General Assembly, which will be held in Budapest on 3-8 July. During this time, Conference members will discuss a possible organization-wide restructuring.
Anikó Uhrin, Director of the István Wáli Reformed Roma Collegium, is among the most recent recipients of the annual Wallenberg Award, presented to individuals whose life and work is dedicated to helping those living in discrimination.
On 20 January, the world joined together for a week of prayer as a call for community and Christian unity. The overarching theme and reflection for this year's Week of Prayer is "What does God require from us?" which finds its Biblical basis in Micah 6:6-8.
The upcoming Starpoint Reformed youth festival will be held in Mezőtúr, Hungary on 23-27 July with a focus on Identity. Young adults from all over the world are encouraged to come together, create a community of dialogue, all while enjoying some great music!
It has been a long, complicated road to elect a new Bishop for the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia (RCCS), but the voting process is almost complete and they are one step closer to an official announcement. Béla Halász was elected with 23 votes to 14 over Attila Orosz.
The Synod Building of the Reformed Church in Hungary is the central point for the Church. The Church celebrates the history of the building that has stood witness to the life and ministry of the RCH for more than a century.
The Conference of European Churches (CEC) is preparing for its 14th Assembly which will be held in Budapest, Hungary from 3 to 8 July 2013. Since adopting the first Constitution, CEC has faced different challenges, and now it has reached a turning point in its history.
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.
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.