Béla Halász, the new bishop of the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia, spoke about the importance of community and the reconstruction of unity in his installation sermon on 13 April. The service, framed as a ceremonial worship, was held in the Reformed church in Hertelendyfalva.
Word has finally arrived from the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia on the church's tumultuous bishop election. Béla Halász has become the bishop of the RCCS now that the final appeal period officially ended with no further appeals.
The Reformed Christian Church in Serbia has released a statement with updates on the state of its bishop election that has been appealed and debated since early January. You can read an interview with bishop nominee Béla Halász following the announcement.
The Synod Council of the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia has decided on the appeals process regarding the recent bishop election in Serbia. The Council agreed to repeal the election results and approved the convening of a Synod meeting.
The voting drama in the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia (RCCS) concerning the election of Béla Halász continues to persist well into 2013. The Voting Committee met again on 28 January, but there was still no official announcement made.
It has been a long, complicated road to elect a new Bishop for the Reformed Christian Church in Serbia (RCCS), but the voting process is almost complete and they are one step closer to an official announcement. Béla Halász was elected with 23 votes to 14 over Attila Orosz.