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The Joy of the Reformation

Thursday 26 October 2017, 7pm
Hungarian Cultural Centre London
10 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7NA


LECTURE | RELIGION


The Joy of the Reformation
Lecture by Rev István Salánki, BA Hons

The British Hungarian Fellowship and the Hungarian Cultural Centre jointly invite you to commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation with a lecture held by the Pastor of the Hungarian Reformed Church in London, Rev István Salánki.


The key points of the lecture:

·         A brief introduction to the time of reformation
·         The influence of the church in an average man's life then and today
·         A brief summary of the life of Martin Luther and the way he discovered true peace with God
·         The secret behind the success of the Reformation
·         The influence the Reformation has on us today politically and spiritually


Rev István Salánki was born in 1975 in Transylvania in a small mining village called Ip.
After finishing his studies Rev Salánki worked as a miller but he felt God calling him into Christian ministry. First he studied at the School of Biblical Studies at European Mission Fellowship and went on to a course at London Seminary. The reverend acquired his BA Hons degree at Greenwich School of Theology.
In 2001 Rev Salánki was appointed to be the minister of The Hungarian Reformed Church in the UK where he has been serving the Lord and the Hungarian community ever since. With his wife Tünde, they have four children.

The British Hungarian Fellowship was founded in 1951 under the presidency of the late Professor C A Macartney, fellow of All Souls College, Oxford.
The aim of the Fellowship was and remains to foster friendship and understanding between the peoples of Britain and Hungary through organising meetings to discuss topics of mutual interest, as well as providing a forum for those with an interest in Hungary.


Free but booking is required. Please call 020 7240 8448 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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