"True friendship is that we are brothers to each other in Jesus Christ," said Bishop Zoltán Balog, Ministerial President of the Synod of RCH. This was his message at the service of the Korean church in Budapest, where he preached, April 2nd. The congregation has been member of the Reformed Church in Hungary.
Bishop Zoltán Balog, Ministerial President of the Synod, in his opening address at the two-day session of the General Synod of RCH spoke about the solidarity with Transcarpathia, Ukraine, the role of religious education and the need for fairness. Korean Presbyterians visited the two-day meeting.
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.
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.
Park One Ho, the senior pastor of the Lord Church in Seoul, South Korea, was a recent guest of the Reformed Church in Hungary. With more than 12,000 active members, his congregation, Lord Church, is one of the largest congregations of the Presbyterian Church in Korea.