Those who stay in Ukraine and continue serving faithfully among elderly people and refugees need help themselves. The Presidium of the Reformed Church in Hungary issued a circular requesting pastors to offer parts of their salaries for the fellow ministers in Ukraine, persevering and serving faithfully in the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia. International partners are also welcome to show solidarity.
In the wake of the disastrous flooding in Germany, Bishop Zoltán Balog, ministerial president of the Synod of RCH expressed the solidarity of the Hungarian reformed community with partner churches in Germany and invited children of the affected families to Hungary.
Last month, the Assyrian Presbyterian Church in Tabriz, Iran was stormed by intelligence agents of the Iranian government. In response to this, the Founding Committee of the SECID called for an urgent appeal for advocacy.
Béla Kató, Bishop of the Reformed Church District in Transylvania, believes that the Minority SafePack European Citizen’s Initiative is making a change in the case of legal uncertainty for the Hungarian minorities in Transylvania.
For us, it is only a signature, but for them the Minority SafePack European Citizen's Initiative is a real hope. The Presidium of the Reformed Church in Hungary encourages its European partner churches to join this initiative.
After several months of planning, on the 4th of December 2017, an eight-strong delegation of the Reformed Church in Hungary (RCH) left for Lebanon and Syria to express our solidarity and show our support to our borthers and sisters in the Middle East.
With its origins in Europe, the history and traditions of the Reformation are strong across much of the continent. And yet there are member churches of the WCRC that are distinct minorities in their own countries.
Rector of the Debrecen Reformed Theological University, Dr. Gusztáv Bölcskei was in South Korea for the Global Forum for the Future World Christianity (GFFWC). The Forum took place from the 5th to 8th May, 2015 on Jeju Island.
Ukrainian-Russian conflict. What would you say to the Hungarians living in Subcarpathia during this critical situation in Ukraine? – this was the question that the reformed radio station (Sion) in Beregszász asked the Presidency Council of the Hungarian Reformed Church on 7 March. Here you can read the edited versions of their responses.