Since the winning of the Roman Juriga Award of the European Christian Environment Network (ECEN) in 2018 the Eco-congregation Hungary has been improving its foreign connections to share their experiences with like-minded churches across Europe.
The Church of Scotland General Assembly is an important event in the life of the Scottish Church that takes place every year in Edinburgh. This year the head of the Mission Department, Rev. Eszter Dani, was invited to represent the Reformed Church in Hungary at the Assembly as an international delegate.
The RCH and the Church of Scotland have a longstanding relationship and unique history. The following is an interview with Rev. Aaron Stevens of St. Columba's Church of Scotland discussing the evolution of the Scottish Mission in Budapest and the ties that bind both churches together.
Winners of the first National Creation Care Competition participated in a six-day study visit to Scotland. During the eventful trip, students of the Fasor Lutheran Secondary School had the opportunity to see the Scottish eco-congregation programme in action.
A reflection on the life and legacy of Jane Haining, a missionary from the Church of Scotland in Budapest during WW II. Haining dedicated her life to the service of Jewish and Christian alike. She was taken to and later executed in Auschwitz.
In October, 2010 the Church of Scotland and the Reformed Church in Hungary joined an agreement in order to launch the Hungarian equivalent of the Eco-Congregation Programme, which is already running successfully in Scotland.