Saint Margaret’s Budapest Annual Harvest Fund-Raising Dinner, 31 October

  • 30 Oct 2014 11:45 AM
Saint Margaret’s Budapest Annual Harvest Fund-Raising Dinner, 31 October
Join with fellow parishioners and friends of Saint Margaret’s as we gather once again at the famed Remíz Restaurant for our annual Autumn Harvest Dinner and Fundraiser. Our topic this year is very current: Crisis and Conflict In the Middle East. Our speaker for this special Harvest Dinner event will be the Rev. Dr. Vilmos Fischl, General Secretary of the Hungarian Ecumenical Council and an ordained Lutheran Pastor.

Dr. Fischl spent his formative years as a child in the Middle East and attended several years of primary school in Arabic. Following his family's return to Hungary, he pursued theological studies in Budapest and later received his doctoral degree from the University of Public Administration, the former Military University, in military studies and international crisis and conflict management.

Dr. Fischl will address current issues in the Middle East from his unique perspective and background in Hungarian culture, military history, and Christian ministry. What is behind the current crisis? Who is who? What can we expect looking ahead?

This is an event you will not want to miss if you are at all interested in the state of the world today.

The Remíz Restaurant is a well-known and beloved Buda landmark offering excellent food and service in the best Hungarian tradition and style. It has long been a favourite of local artists, businesspeople, and visitors.

Extra points to any non-Hungarians who know what remíz means.....
Without looking it up...!

Friday, October 31, at 6.30 PM
Venue: Remíz Café and Brasserie
Address: 1021 Budapest, Budakeszi út 5

The evening will begin with a welcome drink followed by a three-course meal. A donation of HUF 8.500 per person is requested at the door. If you are unable to attend, your generous donation will still be very much appreciated.
The event supports the ministry of Saint Margaret’s Anglican Episcopal Church in Budapest.

Prior Reservations are essential

For reservations and further information please contact: Julia Lengyel  or Morgain Hollinghurst

BKV Directions: Tram 61 or Bus 22 from Széll Kálmán tér. Or consult: A carpark is also available.

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