There Is A Confessional Reformed Church In Lithuania And Poland

Dariusz Bryćko writes, “After about two years of weekly Bible study and prayer meetings, on October 17 our church plant had the privilage to inaugurate regular public worship. Two Lithuanian ministers traveled to Warsaw to join us for this event, since we’ve recently been welcomed as an official mission congregation of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Lithuania. On this occasion another child in our congregation was baptized—Teofil. Several people communicated their interest in our Reformed worship and theology, and we pray that God would grant them to be united to Christ’s visible church in Warsaw.” Learn more about this work»


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  1. Consider the contribution the Polish nobleman Jan Laski (Johannes a Lasco) made to the Reformation back in the 16th century! I pray the best for these brethren in Lithuania and Poland.

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