The guest speaker of the day, father Imre Juhasz from the St. Ladislaus Roman Catholic Parish in New Brunswick, presented his views about the uniqueness of being Hungarian, based on his experience in the Hungarian community in New Brunswick. His presentation was greatly appreciated by the reformed ministers, while it ignited a debate regarding an existing divide between various Hungarian organizations. Very Rev. Stephan Torok from the Hungarian Reformed Church of Woodbridge expressed his opinion that the Hungarian scouts were always part of the life of the church until recently, since they do not worship with the congregations anymore. Other pastors also expressed their feelings about the unfortunate situation with regards to the Hungarian school and scout activities in the Hungarian community.
The clergy men agreed that there is an increase in youth activity in the Hungarian community that is only interested to use church facilities, but not willing to participate in traditional religious activities such as worshipping, attending Sunday school, volunteering in church missions or being members of church organizations. Ministers of the Hungarian reformed congregations identified an unusual phenomenon in the Hungarian churches originating from the Hungarian community in the form of businesses and entrepreneurs visiting our churches to express interest in membership in order to create business opportunities for themselves. Rev. Drotos from New York city encouraged the leaders of the Hungarian churches to not give in to the outside pressures of the sinful world because the followers of our Lord with pure faith will stand with us to protect the house and community of God no matter what.