Our Vision

Our vision: to raise up a church full of God’s presence, that equips Christians to be victorious. We desire to spread the gospel in Poland and abroad. Our aim is to touch and impact Warsaw, Poland, and Europe for Christ.

Our focus: to build a strong church that is conscious of its spiritual position and commitment:

  • Our influence on the spiritual atmosphere of Warsaw, and Poland. This includes prayer, worship, and the Word of God.
  • To raise up a generation of radical Christians who are conscious of their calling and destiny in God.
  • To spread the message of the Good News, and the Kingdom of God. Using all means to reach people from all social backgrounds.

We believe that revival and reformation in Europe requires strong churches. When there are strong churches, the fruit of revival will be long lasting.

What Do We Believe In?

We believe in the Bible, both the Old and New Testament. The closed canon of 66 books, from which 39 belongs to Old Testament, and 27 to New Testament. We believe that it is the only source inspired by God, given to people in order to lead them to salvation by Jesus Christ.

We believe the Bible is the final source and authority on faith issues and life. It is the foundation and base for the truth and teachings we hold to. The Bible (as the closed and completed revelation of God to society) reveals the way to salvation. Its contents cannot be treated selectively, as a doctrinal basis to justify human theses and judgments.

The Bible is not subjected to any free interpretation. Especially to an interpretation that would be in contradiction to the nature of God, the Spirit of truth and freedom, of the Gospel of Jesus Christ revealed in the Scripture. Any human experience and tradition are inferior to the Bible, and must be verified by the Word of God. This is to prevent people being put into religious bondage in the matters of life and faith.

Our Doctrines

In our faith and activities, we rely on the oldest Christian creeds. Especially the so-called Apostolic Nice and Athanasian creed.

These creeds have their origins in the beginnings of Christianity, and the Universal Church founded by Jesus Christ. In this way, we refer to the early apostolic tradition of the first centuries of Christianity.

In our doctrines, we also refer to the achievements of the protestant reformation from the sixteenth century in Europe. The former output of Revival-reformation pietism, pietism, Methodism, Pentecostalism, the Charismatic movement, and recent New Apostolic Reformation.

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