During the Ars Sacra Festival, the doors of the Reformed Great Church will be opened to the
public on 16th of September at 7 p.m., with organ concerts and a visit to the church.
The second stop of the Night of Churches walks will be the Reformed Great Church, where
visitors can listen to an organ concert. The evening concert and the visit to the Reformed Great
Church are free of charge.
Visitors can hear the Queen of the Organ and then explore the National Memorial. The vocal
and organ works of J.S. Bach will be heard, accompanied throughout in the keys of B-A-C-H,
the invitation reads. The familiar melodic turn will also be heard during the concert through
Ferenc Liszt’s BACH Fantasia.
Visitors can also join the Night of Churches programme and visit the Reformed College, St.
Anne’s Cathedral, the Reformed Small Church (Kistemplom) and the Evangelical Church.
The second stop of the guided walk is the Reformed Great Church. No registration is required if
visitors only attend the organ concert and the Great Church.
Local producers and craftspeople will be selling their products in the heart of the city centre, in
the courtyard of the Great Church Assembly Centre, on Saturday, 16th of September from 8
a.m. This time, however, there will be not only cheese, fresh bakery products, dry pasta,
smoked meats, jams, syrups, coffee, chilli, honey, apple cider vinegar, handicraft jewellery,
utensils and toys, and many more products, but also a donation stall in support of the Immánuel
Home and School, a book exchange and a trampoline.


Author: Debrecen4U