• 16.01.2017 Ecumenical New Year Meeting

    Ecumenical New Year Meetings take place each year in January. This year’s meeting took place on January 16th in the Lutheran Center in Warsaw and gathered a large group of people engaged in the ecumenical movement and public life in Poland.  read more

  • 01.01.2017 The Year of Reformation 2017 has begun!

    For the Lutherans, but also for those Christians, for whom the heritage of the Reformation is an inseparable part of their spiritual identity, the Year of the Reformation has a special meaning.  read more

  • 24.12.2016 Christmas greetings from bishop Samiec

    On the occasion of Christmas bishop Jerzy Samiec offered greetings to all members of The Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland.  read more

  • 12.12.2017 Guest from the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethre

    From November 25th to December 5th the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession and the Evangelical Reformed Church hosted Oliver Engelhardt from the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Czech Republic.  read more

  • 08.12.2017 Meeting with Michael Roth

    On December 7th the Bishop of the Church, Rev. Jerzy Samiec, met in the Lutheran Center with the German Minister for European Affairs, Michael Roth. read more

  • 16.11.2016 Silesian Reformation Forum The Synods of Cieszyn and Katowice Dioceses met 6th November at the joint session in Bielsko-Biała.  read more
  • 01.11.2016 Night with Luther On the night of October 31 to November 1, 2016 young Polish Lutherans met n Golasowice at the eighth edition of the Night with Luther.  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