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Find mission workers in Hungary


World Mission staff encounter Middle East refugees at Budapest train station
First-hand account tells of desperate departures, harrowing journeys and weary travelers

Faithfully fighting oppression
Mission workers gather in Hungary during refugee crisis
Hunter Farrell's September 2015 "Mission Matters" column

Migrant crisis—Resources;
• Reformed Church in Hungary  Refugee mission

• St. Columba's Scottish Church
English worship service in Budapest, Hungary

• “I Pray That They Find Peace"

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hungary

Hungarian Interchurch Aid

• About the Refugee Mission of the Reformed Church in Hungary

• Hungarian Reformed Church Aid

• About the Refugee Mission of the Reformed Church in Hungary

The Reformed Church in Hungary calls for solidarity in Sub-Carpathia, Ukraine
Hungarian Reformed Church Aid Crisis Response Plan

Newsletter of the RCH  (Reformed Church in Hungary) - 15 September 2014
Annual Report, 2013 — CRISIS IN UKRAINE—Nobody Knows What's Coming

As needs emerge, Reformed Church of Hungary seeks allies

Two PC(USA) youth attend the Hungarian Youth Festival


Our mission partners in Hungary face very demanding challenges. Some major problems concern migrants, refugees and trafficking in women and children. Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) assistance is focused in overcoming the difficulties in welcoming and resettling strangers and refugees.

As in other formerly Communist countries seeking membership in the European Union, our Hungarian partners face the shifting conditions of transition to a market economy and western European structures. Rapid changes for them also are occurring in education, health care, environmental issues and relationships in society, government and politics.

They need our support in recovering from the impact of 50 years of Communism on their sense of mission, leadership, lay involvement, international connections and ecumenical cooperation. We also urge our partners to share insights into faith that they have gained and kept through years under Communist rule.

Hungary has a significant Roma (Gypsy) minority. We are encouraging our partners to function as a bridge between the Roma and the majority in their society. In this the PC(USA) closely cooperates with the Presbyterian Church of the Republic of Korea (PROK). The PC(USA) supports Christian witness and service in Hungary both through our partner churches and organizations and through our mission personnel and Young Adult Volunteers, who work closely with these bodies.

Hungary partner churches

Hungarian Reformed Church

The PC(USA) also relates to the Conference of European Churches (CEC), a regional ecumenical organization. The movement that led to the creation of the CEC dates back to the period of the Cold War, when a group of church leaders brought into conversation churches in European countries separated by different political, economic and social systems. CEC has sought to build bridges not only between Eastern and Western Europe but also been between minority and majority churches and between Christians of different confessional traditions.

Hungary partner organizations

Hungarian Interchurch Aid

Presbytery partnerships

Missouri Union Presbytery
Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area


Ten Days of Prayer and Thanksgiving for Roma,  2011
Ten Days of Prayer and Thanksgiving for Roma, 2012

Prayer and Thanksgiving for Roma 2013

Learn more about Hungary

Visit the BBC country profile.