Religious Organizations

Religious Organizations


  • Free Magyar Reformed Church


The Free Magyar Reformed Church of San Francisco and vicinity is the only Hungarian speaking reformed congregation in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our Church was established in December, 1956.

Our Pastor, Rev. Gábor Magyari-Köpe will perform, upon request, weddings, funerals and baptisms.
Our Church actively participates in most social and cultural Hungarian community events. We have joint events with the Catholic Mission, we celebrate the 1848 March 15 and the 1956 October 23 revolution together. We also hold two picnics, two sausage fest dinners every year. Our activities also include holding a cooking class, baking class, art exhibition and the Fall Bazaar.

Free Magyar Reformed Church of San Francisco and Vicinity
102 Laurel Street, Redwood City, CA 94063

  • Hungarian Catholic Mission


The Hungarian Catholic Mission was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in the early 1960s. The mission operates on the beautiful Campus of the Woodside Priory Benedictine Community and School, located in Portola Valley, California. Since 1963, Father Maurus Nemeth OSB has been an active member of the Benedictine Community. For the last 20 years, Father Maurus has also performed duties as the Pastor of the Hungarian Catholic Mission. Our mission statement is to promote Hungarian values of faith, culture and charity to the approximate 5,000 – 6,000 Hungarians living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Father Maurus Németh O.S.B.

Hungarian Catholic Mission

    The Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area promotes, shares and educates the public about Hungarian culture, language and art.

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    Victoria Szabo-Lengyel

    Szilvia Gilbert