As I read, that would be in Moór (Mór, Moor), but it's not there on FamilySearch.
I also checked for destroyed records, and this is NOT among those.
Does it mean, that it's not photographed?
I checked Dvorzsák's gazetteer, and yes, Mór had a Reformed church locally. The congregation was about a tenth the size of the Roman Catholic one, but at nearly 600 people, it was still sizeable.
There are Calvinists in the early Roman Catholic registers from Mór (for example number 5 under November 1749: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9Q97-YSY6-KF6?i=156&cat=261061), because before the Edict of Toleration, most Protestant churches were not allowed to keep their own records, but this will not do you any good if you can't get your ancestors back that far....
I was also unsuccessful in getting the Catalog to cough up the Reformed registers for Mór. I also tried to do some searches in the "Hungary Reformed Church Christenings" collection, and couldn't get it to cough up anything from Mór. It looks like the registers were never filmed, for some reason.
Thank you very much! Have a nice evening!