The Evangelical-Presbyterian Parish of the Redeemer in Warsaw is a Protestant Christian community. We are disciples of Jesus Christ who have been saved by grace and strive with the help of the Holy Spirit to resemble the Lord Jesus and live for his glory. Our Church can also be described with four adjectives:


The gospel of Jesus Christ is central to our life and teaching. We believe that all people need to be saved by God’s grace. We also teach that we can be only reconciled to God (justified) through faith in Jesus Christ. By calling ourselves „evangelical” we also wish to indicate that we are rooted in the the Reformation, which was a movement of church renewal based on the Gospel.


We believe that the Holy Scripture is divine revelation and the highest infallible authority in matters of faith and life. Our teaching is entirely derived from the Scripture and we strive to apply it in our everyday life.


We are a confessional Church – we have written standards that guide our teaching. They are not infallible and are subordinate to the Holy Scripture but we believe that they faithfully summarize the teaching of Scripture.

Our Church adheres to the Westminster Confession of Faith, and the Westminster Smaller and Larger Catechism. We also confess the catholic Christian faith that is expressed in the early Christian creeds: Nicene, Apostolic and Athanasian.


We are a Reformed church in the Presbyterian tradition. Reformed Christians have been present in Poland since the 16th century and some famous Polish people were Reformed, including Mikołaj Rej (the father of Polish literature) and Johannes à Lasco. Our congregation was founded through missionary efforts from the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, which has its roots in the Scottish Reformation. Along with three other congregations, we are founding-members of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Poland.