KISI in Hungary


On this page we‘re introducing you to the KISI work in Hungary, to our history and activities.

What happened recently

with KISI in Hungary


We have a home! Hooray!

We have a home! Hooray! „Unless the LORD builds the house, the workers labour in vain.“ Psalm 127  In the last few years we prayed again and again – as the Capuchins moved out of their monastery in 2007 or when the house of the Jesuits was sold (we lived there from 2007 till 2010). But when the houses didn’t pass on ...


Auf der Suche nach der Barmherzigkeit (KISI-Fest, Tag 3)

Auf der Suche nach der Barmherzigkeit (KISI-Fest, Tag 3) Tag 3 des KISI-Fests, Montag, 16. Mai 2016 „Für immer und ewig, Gottes Gnade ist da, sie hört niemals auf…“, das haben heute die Schweinchen Sydney und Norman geträllert und den vielen KISI-Fest-Besuchern mit auf den Weg gegeben. Denn das KISI-Fest hört heute leider auf, umso besser, dass Gottes Barmherzigkeit für immer und ewig gilt. Um ...


Auf der Suche nach der Barmherzigkeit (KISI-Fest, Tag 2)

Auf der Suche nach der Barmherzigkeit (KISI-Fest, Tag 2) Tag 2 des KISI-Fests, Sonntag 15. Mai 2016 Pfingstsonntag- was für ein beeindruckender Tag. Eine kunterbunte Zeit liegt hinter uns. Wir starteten mit einer heiligen Pfingstmesse, die von den anwesenden KISI CLUB-Kindern gestaltet und von Andreas Schätzle zelebriert wurde, in den Tag. Außerdem durften vier Kinder zum ersten Mal die heilige Kommunion empfangen, das ist doch ...

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Development of KISI in Hungary

Originally KISI is from Austria. Here we're telling you about how KISI came to Hungary and how it developed here.


some Hungarians got to know KISI at the Eucharist Congress in Dublin. They invited them for a musical performance of "Sternstunde in Betlehem".


the musical "Lilli and the unbelievable comeback" was translated into Hungarian and presented in a joined tour of Austrian and Hungarian KISIs in Budapest.


the musical "Star role in Betlehem" was presented in Hungarian by Austrian and Hungarian KISIs at different places in Hungary.


there is a KISI CLUB in Budapest that meets regularly. Also some summer camps took place.

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KISI activities in Hungary

At the moment there are the following KISI activities in Hungary:

Musical performances

Enthusiastic children's voices, impressive acting scenes, dynamic choreographies and a profound message – those things are what make a KISI musical so special. We perform musicals based on different biblical stories and daily life themes, such as hope or friendship. We also put on concerts only consisting of songs. This is our way of sharing the empowering message of Jesus with the world.

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our Musicals

Church service arrangements



We love spreading the gospel on stage, but what we love even more is to celebrate church services together with fellow Christians and to praise God with our songs. If you invite us, we are happy to also sing in your church service.


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Songs for church services






KISI CLUBs are local KISI groups that meet regularly, sing together and try to understand the content of the KISI songs in a fun way. They continue to bring new hope and joy to people in their surroundings – with small concerts in retirement homes or during church services.


You are looking for a KISI activity that can currently not be offered in Hungary? Sorry for that. But let us know anyway; maybe we'll have the chance to cooperate with KISI in another nation to make it happen.

Our musicals

Star role in Bethlehem

The pinnacle of God's story of salvation with the people was the birth of the saviour – Jesus. From Elisabeth and Zechariah via Mary and Gabriel, the moments leading up to this amazing event are portrayed in a completely new and different way – from the point of view of the stars.

– also exists as a Christmas edition –

Lilli and the incredible comeback

Is it possible that the Resurrection really happened? Lilli and her friend Klara are not sure what to believe. They are swept away and travel through time into the past where they will witness an incredible comeback.

Support us

You think the KISI work in Hungary is worth supporting? Thank you! You can support us by donating, praying or joining our staff. We're glad about your help!


Thank you for your financial support of the KISI activities in Hungary.

Currently you can donate for those donation projects:

Dress up

In order to dress up our actors we need to buy cloth to sew costumes.

Sounds good

For our performances to sound good, we need to buy equipment for a sound system.

Beautiful scenery

Our actors shouldn't stand on an empty stage – that's why we need money for a good stage design.

That's why asking you for your support. You want to donate?

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Do you want to support us in prayer? Thank you, we appreciate that very much! Would you mind writing us an email to let us know? Then knowing about your prayer support can encourage us and we have the possibility to send you important prayer requests from time to time.

Yes, I pray!

Join our staff

We were very happy if you would like to join our team. Whether it's helping in organization, logistics, backstage, in working with the kids or in anything else – we always need good people in our team. Please write us an email with your details and where you would like to help and we will contact you.


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Ádám Balogh

He knew KISI at first from our team, since he is the caring father of KISI in Hungary. With spiritual leadership, wise advice and a lot of ongoing acting work he is the coworker of God's kingdom in KISI as well. He and his wife with their four children are columnar members of KISI in Hungary.

Adrienn Nagy

She joined KISI in 2012, currently she leads KISI CLUB and musical workshops and she organises the Hungarian KISI family life. She has an endless love for kids and her patience is endless. She loves teaching, bringing about peace, praying, dancing and singing.

Andrea Németh-Hornung

She met KISI in Dublin and was so touched that she felt KISI come to Hungary, too. So she started to work on that, together with the New Jerusalem Community. Main tasks of her were organizing, managing, finances, since she got a baby, Lucas, one year ago. Now she is about to join the operating team again.


We hope we could provide you with some helpful information about KISI in Hungary. If you have any questions, ideas or requests, don't hesitate to contact us.

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