Zoltán Beck is known in Hungary as the frontman of 30Y rock band. It is lesser known that as a senior lecturer in the Department of Romology at the University of Pécs, he has had a decades-long acamedic career.
Eszter Kállay, a teacher at Kalunba Social Servies Ltd. shared her thoughts and experiences teaching disadvanted children as well as the plans for the future, when face-to-face interaction will be possible again.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
How does the Transylvanian Reformed community prepare for the centenary of the Peace Treaty of Trianon signed on June 4 in 1920? Interview with Béla Kató, Bishop of the Transylvanian Reformed Church District.
It is not possible to reduce the chance of the coronavirus penetrate into social institutions to zero, says András Beszterczey, head of the Diaconal Office. However, he is sure that nurses in Reformed social institutions would never leave their patients alone.
When the restrictions of movement and the temporary closure of universities were announced, both Roma Special Collegia of RCH suspended their operation – at least within the walls of the institutions. Activities are still just as intensive as before.