Polish Christian Ministries exists to assist Polish Christians in becoming healthy, growing, self-supporting, and reproducing congregations. This work is a multi-faceted ministry involving:
- Planting churches
- Underwriting preachers’ salaries
- Providing facilities for churches
- Training leaders
- Partnering with parachurch ministries
- Providing medical and relief assistance
Learn More About Each of These Ministry Areas Below
Most of the new churches in Poland are planted through the “mother/daughter” concept. An existing congregation provides the leadership to develop a mission station that grows into an independent congregation. In the “pioneer” model a family or small group moves into a city to establish a nucleus of believers that eventually becomes an established congregation. The “ELI” (Emerging Leaders Internship) training initiative is a “multi-church” team approach for planting churches in the city of Warsaw.
- ProEcclesia: Center for Church Development (Andrzej Bajeński) — Serving the churches of Poland since 2003, ProEcclesia is creating a culture of Life on Life Missional Discipleship, developing church leaders, and fostering a movement of church planting.
- “Słowo i Życie” (Bronisław and Nina Hury) — The “Word and Life” periodical is published quarterly in Warsaw, Poland. It provides inspirational articles and thoughts on current issues as well as news of the churches.
- Send Me Ministries (KazikBarczuk) — This ministry extends the Gospel message to those of Jewish heritage and provides humanitarian aid to the Jewish community of Central/Eastern Europe.
- Ostróda Camp (Andrzej Korytkowski) — Situated in a beautiful lakeside setting, this ministry provides a place where youth and adults of all ages can encounter God. Although summer is the busiest season, the camp hosts conferences, retreats, and special events throughout the year.