“We are doing everything in our power to ensure that Christianity does not disappear from its cradle of two thousand years,” said Tristan Azbej, Deputy State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians.
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.
A delegation of the Reformed Church in Hungary recently paid a solidarity visit to Reformed Churches in Lebanon and Syria. Read the reflection from Diana Erdélyi, member of the delegation and RCH ecumenical secretary.
The Presidium of RCH welcomes and strongly supports the resolution passed in the European Parliament and the related statement of CEC regarding the persecution of religious minorities by the so-called ISIS/Da’esh.
“We gave our hearts to Jesus; we changed our country for a religion which is about love, forgiveness, and peace. It was worth it to convert.” A refugee family from Iran shares the story of their conversion to Christianity and how they spend the Christmas season.
There are people, who want to discriminate them, who want to misuse them and there are those people, who want to help them. So did the Hungarian Youth together with more volunteers from other countries in Europe and Middle East.