Hungary

Surface:
93030 km2
Inhabitants:
9973141
Capital:
Budapest

Missionary
ECM was active until World War II in Hungary. Currently there we are partnering with NHI (New Hope International) who has missionaries in the country. As ECM there are still many contacts with churches which were founded previously. Moreover, every summer there are short term teams visiting Hungary.

ECM requires ...
Hungary still needs the Gospel. If you feel compassion for this country and you are interested in spreading God's good news in this specific place, we invite you to contact ECM International. ECM longs to plant churches throughout all of Europe.

Religions

Christian
88%
Non-religious
11%
Muslim
0.16%

Christians

Catholic
60%
Protestantism
24%
Orthodox
1%

Facts

Economy
Traditionally rich agricultural land. Hungary has negotiated a succesful, albeit difficult, transition from a socialist economy to a market economy. The older generation struggles in some ways to adjust - from a system that cared for their needs to one in which they, mostly, must look after themselves. Hungary enjoys a strong share of foreign investment into Central Europe. Economic difficulties, compounded by the financial crisis of 2008-2009, have required reform and austerity measures.

The statistics are meant to give an impression, not to stigmatise. Statistics taken from "Operation World, 7th edition, 2010", see also www.operationworld.org

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If you know of opportunities in this country and want to discuss this, please contact us so we explore these opportunities together!