The Schola Europa, a high school in Budapest, Hungary, became a United Methodist school in September 2018. Photo by Üllas Tankler, courtesy of Central and Southern Europe Conference.
By Urs SchweizerSept. 28, 2018 | UMNS
After successfully leading a secondary school in Budapest for five years, The United Methodist Church in Hungary has taken leadership of a second school.
“During the five years since the first school has been received, we have gained positive experiences. The years spent with our Forrai school encourage us to start the cooperation with Schola Europa,ʺ said the Rev. László Khaled, superintendent of The United Methodist Church in Hungary.
He said there have been many meaningful encounters of students, teachers and people of The United Methodist Church in Hungary – both at school programs and in the local church. Khaled added that the greatest need of the students is “to feel accepted and loved and it touches them if they experience all this in a Methodist congregation.ʺ