Where is it?
Paulay Ede u. 15, Budapest, 1061
What time?
New time

Is it your first Sunday with us?


Finding us

Currently we meet downtown Budapest at the Rézkígyó café venue which is easily accessible from all directions. If you are walking from St. Stephen Basilic turn to Hajós street and then to Paulay Ede street. If you are catching public transport the closest metro station is Deák Ferenc Tér. You will find us right on the corner of Káldy Gyula and Paulay Ede streets.



If you plan to come by car, public parking is available at the Paulay Ede Street and other surrounding streets. Good news is that during Sundays, the parking is free of charge. So feel free to find a spot and leave your car anywhere near the place.



If it's your first time visiting us then your refreshments are on us! After the service come to the Black Desk in the foyer for a snack and to meet some of the team. We look forward to meeting you and answering any questions you may have.

Kids Check In

On arrival, you'll find a person at the kids ‘check in’ desk. You'll be able to meet some of our amazing kids leaders, ask any questions you may have, and check your child/ren in. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the service.

Translation Packs

We are providing translation into Spanish and Magyar for both the sermon and the kids ministry. You can find translation packs in the foyer as you enter the building.

Baby Room

There's a private lounge dedicated for parents with a baby. TV stream is provided so you won't miss out anything if your baby is calling you or needs to sleep.

Equippers Kids Auckland

Check In

Ps Miro & Marta Toth

Miro and Marta have been in ministry since the early nineties, planting churches, pastoring, rasing leaders. They also serve as Lead Pastors of Equippers Slovakia, preach on a number of international platforms and have a thriving marriage ministry. Marta is a national women's ministry leader and Miro also leads Gateway College. They have a passion for raising a new genearion of Kingdom leaders, for transforming cities and seeing a revival in the post Christendom Central Europe. They live in Nitra, Slovakia and in Budapest, Hungary.


We are grateful for every person
who continues to build God’s kingdom with us.