Warsaw International Church
A nondenominational Christian church dedicated to celebrating Christ with members from around the world
Warsaw International Church will resume in person worship Sunday June 13th!
We invite you to worship with us in church again!
For those unable to join us, our services will continue to be livestreamed on both YouTube (if you prefer to worship individually) and Zoom as before (if you prefer to worship together with other online worshippers). That way you can join us from anywhere in the world! The recordings will be available on YouTube.
Those coming to church, please arrive in good time. On arrival, your temperature will be taken, you’ll be able to sanitize your hands, and you’ll be asked to sign either a registry sheet (for newcomers) or attendance sheet (for regular worshippers). Masks must be worn throughout the service. In the church, every second row will remain vacant, and in the rows where you’ll be sitting there must be a space of two chairs separating worshippers (unless you’re with a partner or family). Windows will be open to provide adequate ventilation. Please avoid hand-shaking and hugging. These measures are designed to keep us all safe!
If it’s not raining, we’ll invite everybody to join us for coffee in the nearby park right after the service! Bible Study will remain online using Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join and we hope to see you every Sunday at 11 am CET, whether in church or on Zoom!
Bible Study will remain online using Zoom.
Everyone is welcome to join and we hope to see you Sunday at 11 am CET.
Recorded Services on YouTube
If you can't make the service on Sunday you can always watch and re-watch all WIC Sunday services on YouTube. Make sure to subscribe to get updates when we upload new content. Also be sure to like and leave a comment!
Bible Study continues to be online only, using Zoom. Hope to see you every other Thursday, from 15 October 2020 onwards at 6 pm CET. As always, everyone is invited!
How The Global Revival Will Come In The Wake Of The Coronavirus
“When God intends great mercy for His people, the first thing He does is to set them a-praying; thus He seeks to destroy their enemies by stirring them up to seek to Him that He would do it for them; because, though He has proposed it and promised it, and it is for His own glory to do it, yet He will for this be enquired of by the house of Israel, Ezekiel 36:37: “This is what the Lord God says: I will respond to the house of Israel and do this for them: I will multiply them in number like a flock”.
“Ask, and it shall be given. This honour will He have to Himself, and this honour will He put upon prayer and upon praying people. And it is a happy presage, to the distressed church, of deliverance approaching, and is, as it were, the dawning of its day, when His people are stirred up to cry mightily to Him for it. But this promise has reference to, and is performed in, the graces of the Spirit given to all believers, as in Isaiah 44:3: “I will pour My Spirit upon your descendants”, which was fulfilled when Jesus was glorified (John 7:39). It is a promise of the Spirit, and with Him of all spiritual blessings in heavenly things by Christ”.
Matthew Henry, Puritan (1662-1714)
And This Is What The Bible Says
“When I … send a plague among My people, if My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7, 13-14).
“I will sprinkle clean water upon you and you shall be clean from all your uncleanness; and I will cleanse you from all your idols” (Ezekiel 36, 25).
Many Backgrounds, One Faith
The Mission of Warsaw International Church is to bring together Christians of diverse backgrounds to express and nurture their faith through English-language worship, fellowship, education and community outreach. It doesn't matter if Warsaw is home for a day, a year, or a lifetime. Our whole worship is focused on Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
Welcome to Warsaw International Church
If you have recently moved to Warsaw and are looking for a church home or just a congregation to visit, we welcome you to our worship. If you are planning to travel and will be in Warsaw on a Sunday, we welcome you. If you are a long-term resident of Warsaw and are in search of an English-language congregation, we welcome you. Whether you are a diplomat, student, business executive, teacher, refugee, artist or whatever, we sincerely welcome you to our worship. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, if you are in this region, you are welcome to visit for a day or make Warsaw International Church your spiritual home away from home.
Warsaw International Church is an international, interdenominational congregation within the worldwide Body of Christ. We seek to live lives of faithfulness, joy, and service to one another as we express our shared Christian faith. Ours was the first English-language church to worship in Warsaw during the latter communist period of the early l980s. The congregation worshipped in private in those days. After the fall of communism in l989 we were the first to become a public congregation at our wonderful site on the edge of Warsaw’s Old Town. We are still there at 21B Miodowa Street (corner of Schillera Street, entrance on Schillera) in the building belonging to the Polish Lutheran Church.
We are truly international. At Sunday worship, you can expect to see a whole range of countries represented. As people from many different national and cultural traditions, our common language of worship is English, and we celebrate together the universal goodness of our God who revealed Himself in Jesus Christ.
We are interdenominational. Because the Church of Jesus Christ is bigger than any single denomination, we celebrate the diverse backgrounds of our members and participants. We rejoice in the gifts coming from those backgrounds and welcome everyone’s involvement!
It is our prayer that, with your participation, Warsaw International Church will be a blessing to you as much as you will be to us. Together we can be more faithful and whole in our lives as Christians living in community with one other.
If you have any further questions, please reach out to us using the information on the Contact Us Page, and, again, welcome! May the Lord bless and keep you!
Worship every Sunday at 11:00 am. Entrance to the church on Schillera Street; church service on the 2nd floor. Fellowship hour after worship service. Enjoy tea, coffee, snacks and conversation with the congregation.
All are welcome, worship service is in English.
For additional information on our worship service or events, take a look at the Programs and Events Page. Hope to see you any Sunday!