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Hungarian Reformed Church Calls for Easter to Be Celebrated Online

MTI-Hungary Today 2021.03.27.

The Hungarian Reformed Church has asked its communities to hold Easter services “through digital means as far as possible” with regard to the coronavirus situation and in view of government-initiated restrictions.

The Reformed synod said in a statement that the church would maintain its current practice of cancelling “all meetings or events involving personal attendance.”

Major services on Good Friday and on Easter Sunday will be broadcast on public television, the statement said.

Coronavirus: Reformed Churches Suspend Public Worship Services
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Hungary’s reformed churches are suspending their public worship services and events from Monday until the end of the month, the Hungarian Reformed Church’s synod has said. The government on Thursday announced new lockdown measures to combat a third wave of coronavirus infections. Under the new restrictions, almost all shops and services will close from March […]Continue reading

The church will make decisions concerning re-opening in line with the government’s further measures, the document added.

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