We talked to Sándor Fábián Zán, Bishop of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Transcarpathia (KRE), candidate of the 2022 elections. Among other things, he talked about the past 16 years of his term as Bishop, his current life situation, the present and the future of the Reformed Church.
"It is time to decide whether we want to be helpful. We have the opportunity to change, to turn to God," said Sándor Zán Fábián, Bishop of the Transcarpathian Reformed Church, in his sermon at the Hold utca Reformed Church in Budapest on Sunday, February 26.
The installation of Sándor Zán Fábián was held in a packed church on Saturday, January 28. In addition to the bishops and lay presidents from the Reformed Church of the Carpathian Basin, the event was attended by leaders of state and civil organizations from Hungary and Transcarpathia.
Bishop Sándor Zán Fábián, Head of the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia, in his Easter message on the Hungarian radio station in Ukraine, encouraged church members and Christians beyond to embrace the restoring power of resurrection in their personal lives and in the Church.
Sándor Zán Fábián, Bishop of the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia, Ukraine, has served as pastor of the reformed congregation in Mezővári for twenty-five years. The war and armed conflict will change the life of the region forever, including this small village. Since the outbreak of the war, he has been working continuously, spending his days helping those in need, including refugees and internally displaced persons. An interview.