News

  • 20.05.2019 Prayer for vocations

    At its spring session, the Synod decided that during church services on the Rogate Sunday (Pray Sunday), congregations will be encouraged to pray especially for vocations.  read more

  • 28.04.2019 Statement against sexual violence

    The Synod has expressed its disapproval of tolerance for any and all forms of sexual violence and abuse that may have occurred or may occur in the Church. read more

  • 27.04.2019 Care and responsibility for creation

    The Synod of the Church has adopted a position paper about care and responsibility for creation.  read more

  • 26.04.2019 New website ewangelicy.pl

    A new evangelical portal was launched on April 26, 2012 to complement the official website of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland. read more

  • 18.04.2019 Easter wishes 2019

    "Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen”. Lk 24,5-6 read more

  • 28.03.2019 Consultations with partners
    From 19 to 20 March the Evangelical-Augsburg Church organised consultations with its partner churches and organisations from Germany, which support minority churches.
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  • 02.02.2019 Animation about Luther

    The Polish language version of the animated series “Życie Marcina Lutra” (“The Life of Martin Luther”) premiered on 24 of January 2019 at the Muranów cinema in Warsaw. At the exactly same moment, the www.luter.pl website was launched, where all episodes can be viewed. read more

Animation about Luther

Luter animowany
 

The film was prepared by the Evangelical Church in Hungary in connection with the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

The Polish version of the film was made on the initiative of the Chancellery of the Leading Bishop of the Church. It is the seventh version in Europe, after the Hungarian, German, English, Finnish, Lithuanian and Portugese. It was produced by Wydawnictwo Warto, and directed by Jerzy Latos, creator and founder of the Teatr Dobrego Serca in Warsaw. Polish actors and actresses were invited to cooperate in the project, including Tomasz Kozłowicz as Martin Luther (his voice is well known from such productions as the Polish version of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” or “Pocahontas”) and Maciej Makowski (“Single’s Planet”), Zbigniew Dziduch (“Ice Age”), Dariusz Kowalski (“Plebania”), Kamila Bujalska (“Bodo”), Paulina Dulla (“Women of Mafia”), Maciej Wilewski (“Letters to Santa"), Michał Głowacki ("Hotel Transylvania") and Maciej Maziarz as the voice of Luther as a child.


The film can be viewed and downloaded at luter.pl