The Salvation Army (Armia Zbawienia) in Warsaw Śródmieście
Armia Zbawienia Warszawa Śródmieście is the newest outpost of The Salvation Army Poland. We have started different activities for polish people and foreigners. Check our agenda in the column on the right.
Devotionals: Not all of us speak Polish. It is why our worship meetings are in English and in Polish. They take place every second Saturday evening in a natural and relaxed atmosphere. Together we sing, we pray, we read something from the Bible and listen to a short message. It is understandable for everybody and everybody is very warmly welcome!
Building relationships: Some students have experienced that especially foreigners can feel lonely. Loneliness is very often the price we have to pay for expatriation. It is why our “Loneliness Group” meets once a month in a Coffee Shop. It is public and open to all nationalities, religion or political opinion. Of course, polish people are also warmly welcome!
Bible Reading: Another highlight of our program are our Bible Reading meetings. Every second Thursday you can join us and together we read the Bible and try to understand what God wants to tell us. We do these meetings together with the Anglican Church Warsaw. The common language is English. Whether you know nothing about Jesus or you are Theologian, it doesn’t matter, we look forward meeting you!
Project Against Human trafficking and Modern Slavery: As soon as we will have our own premises, we will start our activities against Human trafficking and modern slavery. We can check your job offer free of charge, we offer counselling and workshops about your rights in Poland and abroad.
Please send an e-mail if you would like to regularly receive information about upcoming meetings: firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Mission Statement
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission[ is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.