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Dress code

We do not impose a particular style. Some of us come in jeans, while others may wear suits or jackets. Please wear something that you feel comfortable in.

Sunday Service

We start at 10:00 am with a short introduction, followed by 25 minutes of songs and prayer during which we stand. Then we greet our guests. On the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month, we observe the Lord's supper (communion) .The sermon usually lasts around 30 to 45 minutes after which stand and pray together.  Afterwards everyone is invited to stay for coffee, tea and cake.

Service duration

Our typical service lasts about 2 hours. The Sunday service during Christmas or Easter usually involves a more extended program and may take a little longer.

Can I come with kids?

Of course, you can! We have a lot of families with children of all ages, and there are planned programs that we would be excited to have your child be a part of. If your child is between 3 – 12 of age, he can join the other children in the Sunday school classes. During this time they learn stories and truths presented in the Bible, sing, do crafts and have time for games and fun. We also provide care for infants and toddlers. Please take your whole family and come and join us.


Our church is supported and maintained through voluntary offerings. The collection is usually gathered at the end of the first part of worship service.


There are two ordinances we practice – the Lord's Supper and Baptism. Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month during the first part of the worship service, we celebrate the Lord's Supper.  We invite everyone who has consciously decided to put his trust in Jesus and live in obedience to the Bible to participate in the Lord’s Supper. If you are not sure whether to participate, please feel free to talk to someone in the church about this matter. We practice baptism by complete immersion in water, and these services take place once or twice a year.  A little more information on this can be found in our Profession of faith.


We are equipped to translate the Sunday service into English. Before the start of the service, we try to figure out who is need of translation.  We have sixteen individual headsets available for our guests for the duration of the Sunday service.


On Sundays parking on Filipa Street and the area surrounding Stary Kleparz is free. On 13 Filipa Street there is a paid parking area;  and if you tell the man in the booth the word 'Wspólnota', you can park for a lower rate of 3,00 zl/hour.