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Hungarian Baptist Church

Ned Smith sent me a link <>. It shows photo of the flag of the Baptist Congregation of Székesfehérvár City and some with the Christian Flag. István Molnár translated the text on the church flag. It reads: "Baptist Congregation of Székesfehérvár City" (above) and "Here I gave you an open door" (below) which is an excerpt from verse 3:8 from the book of Revelation which says in an other translation: "I know your deeds. Behold, I have put before you an open door which no one can shut, because you have a little power, and have kept My word, and have not denied My name."
Martin Karner, 13 November 2004

Hungarian Reformed Church

by István Molnár, 30 November 2000

The flag of The Hungarian Reformed Church. Here is a photo.
István Molnár, 30 November 2000

Hungarian Unitarian Church

by István Molnár, 30 November 2000

The flag of The Hungarian Unitarian Church and The Transylvanian Unitarian Church. The CoA can be seen at <>. It is used on a white field as a flag
István Molnár, 30 November 2000

I have just returned from Prague. In Prague, I took part in the council meeting of the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists. I had the chance to look at some of the materials of the Hungarian and Transylvanian Unitarians, and it seems that they use a banner like the flag above, but with some additional text.
Ole Andersen, 10 June 2003

Here is a photo of the Flag of the Hungrian Unitarian Church.
István Molnár, 31 July 2003

Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem - Grand Priory of Hungary

Rob Raeside forwarded: "Flags of the Order's jurisdictions feature an argent shield, quartered with a cross vert, with a national symbol placed in the chief sinister quarter. Grand Priory of Hungary jurisdictional symbol is the crown."
However, <> shows, the national symbols in the canton, which is the chief dexter quarter.
Ole Andersen, 20 Febuary 2003

I reported the flag used in Hungary by the branch of the Order there when I was reporting my visit to Budapest in May 2001. It was shown on the exhibition of the church heraldry among only several flags shown there.
Zeljko Heimer, 20 Febuary 2003

Saint Stephen Order of Knighthood

by Ivan Sache, 14 October 2000

The St. Stephen (Szent Istvan) basilica construction started in 1848, stopped immediatly, was resumed in 1851 after the War of Independence, followed by the immediate death of the two architects, and even the dome collapsed during the works. The church was finally consecrated in 1905, and in 1931 it was awarded the title 'basilica minor' by the Holy See. The right hand of Stephen I, the first Hungarian king, the 'Holy Right', is preserved here in a shrine exposed in a side chapel close to the church entrance.
One of the flags are displayed in the chapel is a vertical banner of proportion 2:1, vertically divided red and green, with a white Hungarian cross with curved edges. Flag has a golden fringe on the lower edge. Looks like a typical procession banner.
Ivan Sache, 14 October 2000

The "Hungarian cross flag" is the flag of the "Saint Stephen Order of Knighthood" (in Hungarian: Szent István Lovagrend).
István Molnár, 16 October 2000

Hungarian Ecumenical Charity Organisation

The flag of Magyar Ökonomenikus Szeretetszolgálat was located at (defunct)
István Molnár, 1 December 2002