Footprint (Lábnyom) is our church summer outreach and festival. Our desire is to leave Jesus’ footprint throughout Budapest and beyond.

Jesus “went around doing good” (Acts 10:38) – we want do the same, leaving his footprint.

Lábnyom is an outreach but it’s also a festival. We don’t want to preach empty words but to bring something to the community – something that will remain.

The first Lábnyom was in Kispest in August 2009. We are praying and looking forward to what the Lord has next...



Footprint 2009

Footprint 2009 (South Pest)

Lábnyom Kispest was an amazing week! For 10 days (July 30–Aug 30) our desire was to share the message of God's love in Kispest and to “go around doing good”. From this outreach, Calvary Dél-Pest was born.
God worked in many ways, and we were truly blessed.
Around 200 people from our church served on teams, and we were also joined by teams from the US and from the Vajta Vision for Life Program. The outreach included:
Street outreach at Határ ut metro, Kossuth tér and throughout the community
Community Projects – painting and gardening at the Vass Lajos Általános Iskola and Eszterlánc Bölcsõde
Concerts – by Határ ut metro under the T-Mobile tower (Chicken Fly, Ezrah, Golgota Gospel Choir & our own worship team.)
Kids programs – at parks in Kispest, the Vass Lajos Általános Iskola as well as a giant Kids Day.
English Camp for teenagers
Sports outreach resurfacing a soccer court and playing with the locals!

Testimonies from the outreach
On August 9, we had a special Sunday night service to hear some of the amazing stories from Lábnyom Kispest.
To watch or listen of listen to the service, follow this link. (Sorry, the service is mostly in Hungarian).

Street outreaches – photos by Gábor Sebestyén

Aug 6: Chickenfly concert – photos by Gábor Sebestyén

Aug 7: Ezrah concert – photos by Gábor Sebestyén

Aug 8: Golgota Gospel Choir concert – photos by Gábor Sebestyén

Aug 8: Gogota Gospel Choir conert – photos by Gergõ Vizi

English camp, kid's day, street outreach, concerts – photos by Gergõ Vizi

community projects – photos by Lajos Bánki and Laura Earll

Promo Video on YouTube