Interview with Chaplain David Brown on the Polish National Television (TVP3)
Watch online an interview with our chaplain Rev David Brown in “Kościół z bliska”. You simply need to click HERE. The interview starts at 17 min 15 seconds.
Welcomes and goodbyes
Being in a European Chaplaincy means that members of the congregation are constantly coming and going. Some are attached to Embassies and firms and come for perhaps 3 years, others are students here for a similar time, tourists might just come once and people on courses and conferences just occasionally.
How lucky we are to have people enriching our worship and family on their journey through life.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity has services in different Churches every evening. It is an opportunity to pray together with people from other denominations and there is always a very warm welcome.
For more information please click at the photo to the right with the list of meetings.
Young People’s Evenings
Our Church is trying to encourage our young people by having regular evening meals. Check the calendar in the Autumn for the next Young People’s Evening.
Please come whatever your age, especially if you still feel young!!!
All young people welcome.
The Caritas Centre
Services in Res Sacra Miser Chapel and the Caritas Centre
We are very blessed to be able to use the Res Sacra Miser Chapel and the Caritas Centre. Both are very prayerful places for worship.
We are a Church whose aim is to show the love of Christ, and promote Christian fellowship among the English-speaking community in Warsaw and beyond.
Anglicans, Episcopalians and from the wider Anglican communion, we celebrate the Eucharist every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel of Caritas, Res Sacra Miser on ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 62. To find us click on “Visit Us”.
We welcome visitors to Poland and Warsaw and hope you enjoy your stay.
We have light refreshments after the service and occasional invitations to lunch, where you can meet parishioners, share the faith and enjoy convivial discussion and Christian fellowship.
The Church of England in Poland, is a registered Polish Church (Kościół Anglikański w Polsce), a member of the Anglican Diocese of Europe and the Anglican Communion.
We come from a wide variety of countries: Poland, USA , Nigeria, UK ,Australia, China. And from many different professions including business and teaching. What binds our worship and communion is the rich variety and depth , in words and music, of The Anglican Liturgy.
Our chaplain is the Revd. David Brown, our honorary assistant chaplain is the Revd. Robert Gamble and our assisting priest is the Revd. Felix Malizu.
Our custom is warmly to invite all baptised Christians to Communion.
Wedle naszej tradycji gorąco zapraszamy wszystkich ochrzczonych Chrześcijan do Komunii Świętej.
6 SUNDAY (Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Trinity) 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion
10 Thursday – African Feast Fundraising Dinner 7:00 p.m. Fundraising event of catered dinner by our member Cordelia. Cost is 50 PLN. Contact David Brown for directions (DLGBrown@aol.com)
13 SUNDAY (Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Trinity) 10:30 a.m. SERVICE AT LIBERATOR’S STONE MEMORIAL, Skaryszewski Park, Praga, Warsaw
16 WEDNESDAY – READING GROUP
7:00 p.m. Book is Amy Foster by Joseph Conrad. Contact David Brown for directions (DLGBrown@aol.com)
20 SUNDAY (Twenty-sixth Sunday after Trinity) 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion
21 MONDAY FILM EVENING
7:00 p.m. at Lee and Aleksa’s. Contact David Brown for directions (DLGBrown@aol.com)
27 SUNDAY (First Sunday in Advent) Christingle Service 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion
30 WEDNESDAY – POETRY GROUP
7:00 p.m. W.B. Yeats’ poems: The Second Coming, Sailing to Byzantium and Leda and the Swan will be discussed. Meeting held at Jerzy Suchodolski’s flat. Contact David Brown for directions (DLGBrown@aol.com).
4 Sunday (Second Sunday in Advent)
10:30 a.m. Holy Communion
After the service, a ‘Christmas in Poland’ celebratory fund-raising lunch will be held. We hope that everyone will bring a dish, a bottle, a donation or any combination of these contributions.
11 Sunday (Third Sunday in Advent)
10:30 a.m. Holy Communion
4:00 p.m. Nine Lessons and Carols
followed by mince pies, christmas biscuits and mulled wine.