Reformed Christian Church

The Reformed Christian Church we know today in Šafarikova Street was built in 1865 in the neo-Gothic style, according to the project of the famous Novi Sad builder George Molnar, on the site of the former hay market. The interior is spacious and can accommodate 650 visitors. A choir organ is on the eastern side of the church’s nave.

The interesting thing about this building is the existence of only one symbol – the star of Bethlehem on the church’s bell tower. Due to Calvin’s principle of avoiding any kind of iconography, there are no sacred symbols on the church’s exterior. Today, sermons and worship services are held here in Serbian and Hungarian, and its doors are open to everyone, not just to believers.

Lajkó Félix, one of the most recognised world music violinists in Europe will create an authentic musical atmosphere within a unique play of lights in the Reformed Christian Church on 13 January, as part of Doček 7531. A Pannonian violinist who mesmerised the world will present the beauty of a violin, a zither and traditional string instruments in an ambience that can only be experienced at Doček! Video-scenography by director Aleksandar Nikolić will feature the performance by Lajkó Félix at the Reformed Christian Church built in the neo-Gothic style.