The inauguration of Bishop László Harangozó was held on Saturday in the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia in Bácsfeketehegy. The recently elected László Harangozó was blessed by all the Reformed bishops of the Carpathian Basin, and the President of Hungary, Katalin Novák, also gave a welcome speech.
The Synod of the Reformed Christian Calvinist Church in Croatia took place on 8th April in the Reformed Church of Bellye (Bilje), in the presence of the representatives of the General Convent. The Synod members elected the office bearers, in accordance with the constitution and the electoral law of the Church.
"The Word of God tells us that God does not forget about His people." The Presidium of the General Convent, Bishops and Lay Presidents of the Church Districts of the Hungarian Reformed Church in the Carpathian Basin jointly issued Easter blessings.
"We believe that God will fill our Christmas this year with the holy power of the salvation that has been given to us. The day of Jesus' birth reveals that God will not give up on us and will always be faithful to his promises," stress Hungarian reformed church leaders in their Christmas message.
The General Convent, representing the Common Synod of the Reformed Churches in and around Hungary issued a statement re-confirming that it recognizes the Reformed Christian Calvinist Church in Croatia as the only legitimate representation of the Hungarian reformed community in the country.
Bishops and Lay Presidents of the Hungarian speaking reformed churches in and around Hungary sent out a message of consolation and inspiration at Pentecost. The General Convent also remembered of the Day of Unity of the Hungarian Reformed Church.
"Our heavenly Father is with us in Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit even amidst of the worst tribulations." Message of the Presidium of the General Convent of the Hungarian Reformed Church to the congregations.
Pastoral letter of the Presidium of the General Convent of the Hungarian Reformed Church in the days of the COVID-19 epidemic, to the Hungarian reformed congregations in Hungary, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia.