Vision Trip

2017. szeptember 27., tags: Hungarian Reformed Church (hrc), ukraine, hungarian reformed church (hrc), Ukraine, Sub-Carpathia

In coordination with PROK mission co-workers in Hungary, a group from the Korean Presbyterian Church of Minnesota (part of PCUSA) recently came to Transcarpathia on a Vision Trip. One of the youth reflects on their time in the Hungarian region of Ukraine with the HRC’s Reformed Church in Transcarpathia.

Church in Transcarpathia serves in faith

2015. március 05., tags: visit, WCRC, Ukraine, Sub-Carpathia, wcrc, hungarian reofrmed church (hrc), ukraine, HRC, hrc

In January a WCRC Europe delegation visited the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia. Bishop Sándor Zán Fábián and Lay President Béla Nagy hosted the international delegation. Executive Secretary for communication of WCRC and member of the delegation Phil Tanis's report on the solidarity visit has been shared on the WCRC website.

International Ecumenical Solidarity for the Ukraine

2015. március 04., tags: world council of churches (wcc), reformed church in sub-carpathia, WCRC, hungarian reformed church aid (hrca), Ukraine, Sub-Carpathia, wcrc, ukraine, hrca, HRCA

It was in March 2014 that Bishop Sándor Zán Fábián first addressed publicly the threat reality and proximity of the Ukrainian war. More than a year has passed. The ecumenical solidarity with the Reformed Church in Sub-Carpathia has become stronger with the crisis.

Support shown to Reformed Church in Ukraine

2015. január 13., tags: Hungarian Reformed Church (hrc), HRC, ukraine, wcrc, Sub-Carpathia, Ukraine, WCRC, hungarian reformed church (hrc), hrc

A WCRC Europe delegation on a solidarity visit to the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia were deeply impressed by the work of the church in the face of immense challenges.

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Reformed Church in Hungary

Address: H-1146 Budapest, Abonyi utca 21.   

PO Box: 1140 Budapest 70, Pf. 5

Phone/Fax: + 36 1 460 0708 


Our church through American eyes

We encourage you to read our  former GM intern Kearstin Bailey's blog about her time, spent in Hungary.