The Reformed Church in Hungary fully supports the efforts for peace and reunification of the Korean National Council of Churches as it addresses US President Obama. Solidarity shall be expressed in prayer, advocacy and humanitarian aid according to the decision of RCH's presidency.
At first glance, the connection between Hungary and Korea may seem distant if not all together non-existent. However, the historical parallel between the Korean and Hungarian people has become a solid foundation for cooperation among churches.
The latest step in the World Council of Churches’ (WCC) call for justice and peace came just outside Geneva, when church leaders from 34 countries, including representatives from both North and South Korea, gathered in Bossey to examine ways of promoting peace and reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula.
A napokban a Magyar Református Egyház vendége volt a Koreai Köztársaság Presbiteriánus Egyházának (PROK) delegációja. Ebből az alkalomból Dr. Min Hei Cheon lelkésszel, a PROK külügyi irodavezetőjével beszélgettünk.
In light of the increased tensions on the Korean peninsula, the RCH congregation from the Great Church in Debrecen has communicated a statement of support for all of those struggling with the present uncertainty between North and South Korea.