Since its very beginning, the Evangelical Church has put emphasis on the written word. One of the basic elements of Lutheran spirituality and identity is reading Holy Scriptures. As the Reformation was gaining momentum, nearly half of all printing houses in Poland belonged to Evangelicals.
The Church magazine Zwiastun Ewangelicki (lit. Evangelical Herald) has been published continually since 1863, which makes it the oldest existing press title in Poland.
Today, the Church manages two publishing houses: Warto (www.wydawnictwo.cme.org.pl) and Augustana (www.augustana.pl) and a printing house (augustana.com.pl). Their offer is aimed at a wide range of recipients, irrespective of confession.
Thanks to agreements with partners, church services and programs can be broadcast on public television and radio as part of the so-called Ecumenical Service.