The Transtibiscan Church District (Debrecen) announced the results of the ongoing election. Prof. Dr. Károly Fekete has been reelected as Bishop. János Molnár continues to serve as Lay President of the District.
Rev. Zoltán Balog has been elected as Bishop of the Danubian Church District with headquarters in Budapest. The Bishop elect will take over office on 1th January 2021. Sándor Veres was re-elected as Lay President of the District.
The current Bishop of the Transdanubian (Western) Church District of RCH has been re-elected in the process of General Elections which take place every six years. József Steinbach will start his third term in office.
In the past months congregations of the four Church Districts of RCH elected Bishops and Lay Presidents. The new Synod will be constituted on 17th February 2021 and will elect the Ordained and Lay President of RCH. All the candidates at a glance.
All of the four church districts are represented in the Presidium of the Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary, elected on 25th February. Members of the new leadership shared their vision and plans for the upcoming 6 years.
Every six years there are general elections in Reformed Church in Hungary on all levels of church life, including our 27 presbyteries, 4 church districts and, at last, the General Synod. An election guide to help you navigate through the process.
The constituting meeting of the newly elected General Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary elected Bishop Zoltán Balog as Ministerial President and Chief Elder János Molnár as Lay President of the Synod.