Covid – grief recovery groups might start in congregations and hospitals across the country. In these communities, those who have lost loved ones in the pandemic can support each other. Sára Bodó, coordinator for pastoral care spoke about the details.
Four years ago, in June 2018 the power of faith, the ideas of ambitious staff members, and a grant opportunity resulted in the launch of the first round of the Ark Camp, the largest equal opportunity-building program of the Reformed Church in Hungary.
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.
After a fourteen-month ban, we can we visit our loved ones in residential institutions and elderly homes holding an immunity card to. One phase of the pandemic is over, but the virus is still with us. Interview with András Beszterczey, Head of the Diaconal Office.
What are the similarities and differences between the Soviet occupation of Hungary and the current situation in the West? Should we look to the West for the "promised land"? Some of the questions American journalist Rod Dreher discussed with the former Bishop and ministerial president of the Synod of RCH, István Szabó.
It was back in 2015 that Transtibiscan Bishop Károly Fekete launched the programme entitled ‘Spread the Word of God’, he visited the congregations of his church district, and during the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic he made use of modern technology to engage pastors in a discussion on Lent.
Violetta Bella, a Reformed pastor from Győrszemere started a prayer group on Facebook, because she realized that doctors and nurses are reaching their limits due to the pandemic. We shall keep healthcare workers and their efforts in our thoughts and prayers.
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.
Bishop Zoltán Balog and Chief Elder János Molnár, Presidents of the Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary, both believe that the two most important issues at present are making decisions together and standing up for the values based on Christian faith.
The British mutation of the novel coronavirus is spreading faster than previous variants, which makes further restrictions necessary, says Dr. Miklós Szabó, a reformed elder, medical doctor and associate professor at Semmelweis Medical University in Budapest.
Social development, a medical team serving in Bangladesh, volunteering and handing out teddy bears – just a few of the many activities of the Reformed Church Aid in the past six years. Interview with Managing Director Márton Juhász.
Can the coronavirus vaccine cause infertility? Do people suffering from asthma or allergies have anything to worry about? Can people with diabetes get vaccinated? 10+1 questions answered by immunologist and university professor András Falus.
Hospital chaplains and most of the staff of Bethesda Children's Hospital have already recieved their COVID-19 vaccine. Gyula Rideg, hospital chaplain at Bethesda, said he felt it's his responsibility to get vaccinated as he is working among patients.
The Reformed Christian Calvinist Church in Croatia opened their out of use parishes for the victim families of the earthquake in Petrinja. The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) launched a fundraising campaign to support reconstruction works.
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 disadvantaged children as well as the plans for the future, when face-to-face interaction will be possible again.