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We are a community of university students and young professionals from many different nationalities and backgrounds who come together in the name of Jesus for worship, prayer, Bible study, and service, as well as to encourage each other.

Come join us for our main meeting which takes place on Friday evenings from 6 PM until 8:30 PM


The Purpose of our Christian Fellowship is to provide a nurturing environment for those who follow Jesus, or seek to know Him. We desire to serve, grow and challenge each other in our growth in love for God, God’s Word, and God’s people. It was recognised that there are many students and other young people in Budapest who would appreciate an English language Christian community. This community is not affiliated to any of the International churches in Budapest but it is a part of the Hungarian Fellowship of Evangelical Christian Students movement (MEKDSZ), which itself is a part of the broader IFES family.


We welcome people of faith from all Christian traditions as well as those who have a desire or interest in wanting to learn more of what being a follower of Jesus Christ is all about. So whether you’re a Catholic from Africa or Slovenia, an Orthodox from Ukraine or Greece, Protestants, Reformed to Charismatic, or anywhere in between. At this fellowship everyone is welcomed.


We usually meet on Friday evenings at 6:00pm at Forum (Szigony u. 16a, 1083 Budapest). If you’d like to join us, please send us an email and we will give you the exact directions. We look forward to meeting you!


Here’s what we’ve been up to most recently: ICFB early summer retreat (10 Jun 2019)

ICFB early summer retreat

After a long time, ICFB got to have a retreat in Mátrakeresztes again! Only few of us were able to come this time, but we definitely had a blessed time in the mountains.

The whole topic of the retreat was change, how we experience, and how we respond to change in our lives. During our almost 4-hour-long, 10K hike in the mountains, we shared how God had spoken to us recently, through Bible verses. One example: Luke 12:22-31 (the passage about not worrying) that when we go through hard times, we don’t know how things will turn out, but we can always have hope in the person of Jesus, (instead of hoping for exact things to happen) that he takes care of us, whatever happens.

In the evening, we had a discussion on the book of Ecclesiastes, with special attention to the famous “there is a time for everything” passage, related to our topic (change). A few of the questions, points we discussed:

  • In a book, which many people consider to be fatalistic and sceptical, how is God’s providence illustrated in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8?
  • Explain the phrase “He has put eternity in their hearts” (Ecclesiastes 3:11).
  • What must a man learn in order to be happy with the things he has (Ecclesiastes 6:7)?
  • How can we apply what we have learned about the meaning of life and God in Ecclesiastes to our own lives? What changes can we make when we think about the transitions of life?

And in our Sunday morning discussion, we focused on John 16:5-33, a big change in the disciples’ lives, when Jesus told them that he was going to leave them, going to the Father, and that he would send them the Advocate / Comforter / Holy Spirit. We looked at how the disciples reacted, and what we can learn from this change. When in life, something is taken from us, it is natural and normal that it hurts, and also that we feel scared of the unknown. And as the “there is a time for everything” passage says, it is okay to take time and face these feelings and emotions, to go through them. But it is also important to keep in mind that though they are real, they don’t constitute the whole of reality. And it all comes down to trust in the one who knows and takes care of it all.

All in all, we did have an awesome, peaceful, relaxing AND fun time in Mátrakeresztes. We hope you will join us next time (most likely in October/November)!

Welcome to Mátra Welcome to Mátra

-- Annamari

And here’s what we’ve been doing previously:

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