The Cleveland West Side Hungarian Reformed Church celebrated its 110th anniversary on Saturday afternoon, November 19, 2016. Processing in at the Celebratory Church Service were some of Cleveland’s Hungarian scouts, members of the Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble, ten clergyman including Bishop of Calvin Synod, UCC Rt. Rev. Dr. Csaba Krasnai who is also pastor of Cleveland’s First Hungarian Reformed Church, and one priest St. Emeric Church Administrator Fr. András Mezei.
The celebration’s guest of honor and main speaker was former pastor and scout leader the Rev. Dr. Szabolcs Kálmán. The Rev. Kálmán was pastor of the West Side Hungarian Reformed Church from 1991 to 2000. The church service was made more special with the performances of The Little Hungarian Choir and organist Márton Tamásy. A banquet followed the event where the 110 participants were greeted by the church’s Chief Elder Aladár Pálffy and English President Aladár Solymosi.