For the second time in its history, the RCH's Eco-Congregation Program has conducted an eco-congregation contest. This year, eight congregations submitted entries for consideration and the Sopron Lutheran congregation was awarded the 2013 prize.
The Eco-Congregation Committee of the Reformed Church of Hungary organized a conference on 27 April with the main topic of the conference focusing on the question: Our synthetic life: How natural are we inside?
In October, 2010 the Church of Scotland and the Reformed Church in Hungary joined an agreement in order to launch the Hungarian equivalent of the Eco-Congregation Programme, which is already running successfully in Scotland.
Winners of the first National Creation Care Competition participated in a six-day study visit to Scotland. During the eventful trip, students of the Fasor Lutheran Secondary School had the opportunity to see the Scottish eco-congregation programme in action.
Boglárka Szűcs, coordinator of the Eco-congregation Movement of RCH, speaks about the topic of the this year's Week of Creation and the positive aspects of COVID-19 in terms of sustainability and protection of Creation.
CEC has shared a press release on its consultation on Pilgrimage for climate justice and the UN Climate conference in Paris. An RCH delegation led by the Vice-Lay President of our Synod was also present.
The European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN) 10th Assembly held on 27th September to 1st October at the Soli Deo Gloria Reformed Conference Centre in Balatonszárszó themed ‘Energy and Climate Change – the Churches’ Role and Voice’.