Warsaw, the capital city of Poland, has a unique history of vibrant Jewish presence, with prominent themes of pain and redemption through the tragedy of Holocaust. Driven by compassion and love for people who have not yet experienced the reconciling power of the Gospel, we want to share the Good News on the streets of this historical city, reaching Jews, Poles, and other nations. Serving alongside a team of believers from a Jewish background, you'll have an opportunity to experience street evangelism, be trained and explore creative forms of outreach. You will grow spiritually as a follower of Christ, as we labor together with God.
We invite participants who are:
- interested in getting to know Poland as a mission field
- have a heart for the lost and are willing to share the Gospel with strangers (perhaps for the first time - we’ll train you and help you prepare!)
- convinced that Jews also need to believe in Jesus – the Messiah
- can communicate in English or Polish
- flexible and teachable, willing to work with a team
- excited to experience an international environment (participants will come from Poland, USA, UK, Israel, Germany, Hungary, Finland, Ukraine and other countries)
- healthy and fit enough to be able to participate in 3 outreaches a day – spending about 8h on the streets of Warsaw or with supporting events
Before the campaign participants will be asked to go through an online training consisting of 8 pre-recorded webinars.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will there be accomodation provided?
Simple basic accommodation in a rented flat or a hostel, sharing rooms with other participants.
Will there be food provided?
3 Meals / day are provided
Do I need to make my own travel arrangements?
Participant need to cover their travel expense to and from Warsaw. We recommend a train to Warszawa Centralna Railway Station, or flight to Chopin International Airport (WAW) or a bus to Dworzec Autobusowy Warszawa Zachodnia.
What should my health condition be like?
Healthy and fit to cope with the intensive daily activities: 8h a day on the streets of Warsaw, handing out Gospel tracts, holding conversations and supporting events.We recommend individuals to be fully vaccinated before travelling. People who are not vaccinated may have to do a regular PCR testing. Regulations may change each participant is responsible for meeting requirements for travelling to Poland. For more information place check the website: https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus/travel
Do I need a visa?
Applicants should check if they need to apply for a visa to Poland.
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