About the church

About the church


Sunday services: 11 am and 3 pm 

Midweek meeting: Wednesday 7 pm

The Hungarian Reformed Church in the U.K. was founded in 1948 to serve the Lord among the Hungarian community after World War II. Ever since it has continued to be a place of good, Bible-based teaching in Hungarian and a friendly meeting place for those far away from their homeland.

We warmly welcome everybody:

  • those who have lived in the U.K. for some time
  • those who have just arrived
  • those visiting.

Supported by:

Church officers:

  • Minister:
    • Rev István Salánki, BA Hons
  • Elder:
    • Gergely Ime
  • Deacons
    • Gyula Bahus
    • József Magyar-Furulyás
  • Trustees
    • Lajos Mészáros
    • Botond Virginás
    • Attila Sándorr

About the building

It was built in the early 1900s and is now a Grade II listed building. It was designed by C.E.F. Voysey for the artist W.E.F. Britten and is known as the Voysey Studio. The church acquired the building in 1958. The original glass roof was restored in 2005.