Posts by Wojtek Kukluski

Reopening church

Our Sunday services will start again this coming Sunday, 21st June, at our normal venue in Park Inn Hotel at the normal time of 11am.  We will need to follow the hotel and government guidelines: The maximum number of people allowed in the hall is 80. (This should not be a problem, as some people will still be staying at home, but it is best to be early.) Keep a distance of 1.5m away from people you do not live with, unless you wear a mask. (Obviously, there is no…

Quarantine fund

Dearly beloved! We are a community of believers who care for and look after each other (Acts 2:44-45), so we starting a quarantine fund for those among us whose financial situation has become critical because of the current crisis. If you would like to contribute, whether it be 20 or 2000 zł, please make a transfer to the church bank account with the title/description “Quarantine fund”. The bank account details are: Account Number: 23 1910 1048 2116 4066 8613 0001…

Only one crown

This virus is called corona. In Polish this means “crown”. To be honest, I don’t like it. A crown is a symbol of a king and ruler. For me, there is only One who is worthy of such honour and it is Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour. He is the King, who has authority over all. He alone defeated death, together with all sickness, depression, loneliness, lies and insults. His crown is a symbol of victory and life –…

The Lord is my Shepherd

Good morning dearly Beloved! A word of encouragement for today from Psalm 23: The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.2     He makes me lie down in green pastures,he leads me beside quiet waters,3     he refreshes my soul.He guides me along the right paths    for his name’s sake.4 Even though I walk    through the darkest valley,I will fear no evil,    for you are with me;your rod and your staff,    they comfort me. 5 You prepare a table before me     in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil;     my cup overflows.…

Coronavirus announcement

Dearly Beloved! As you may already know, in order to combat the coronavirus the Polish government has closed schools, universities as well as cinemas and other cultural centres. Mass events have been cancelled, companies are asking their employees to work from home where possible, and the use of public transport is discouraged. Personal hygiene is being emphasised, and the shaking of hands is discouraged, etc. All these are preventative measures to help contain the spread of the virus. The public…