KJCh in Krakow is a gathering of people who share the faith in Jesus Christ as their Savior.

In our lives we experience the fact that God is alive and wants every person to have a abundant and meaningful life, full of love, peace, joy.

As Christians we rely on what is written in the Bible and it is where we seek all the truth about God and the answers to our questions.

We are part of a charismatic movement that was created as a result of prayers and the seeking of those who wanted to return to the form of Christianity described in the New Testament.

We believe that the experiences of the first disciples of Christ, baptized with the Holy Spirit, are possible today, because we ourselves are witnesses of healings, deliverances, and God’s great love, and that is why we want to share the Good News of salvation in Jesus Christ by grace.

Our teachings and forms of worship are a imitation of the life of the first Christian churches. We meet to worship God together and to build relationships with other believers.

We think that the relationship with God is not just a Sunday religious meeting, but is an exciting adventure for everyone, regardless of age, gender, social status, financial position, origin or the person history.

We create a church where there is a space for everyone who wants to experience the power of the extraordinary God in his or her live.

  • Friendship with God
  • Commitment to the community
  • Radical discipleship
  • Multiplication
  • Interdependence
  • Mission
  • Ministry using gifts
  • A relationship-based evangelism
  • Word of God
  • Victorious life/human being
  • Victorious family
  • Victorious church


We exist to become model of the Church, which is a place of refuge, of renewal, of equipment and of sending.


We accept the Word of God, which changes us so that we become a model of victorious life, victorious family, and victorious and multiplying Church, and thus transform the world.


kjch pastor Wojciech Włoch

The pastor of Church of Jesus Christ in Cracow is Wojciech Włoch. He is a graduate of History at Jagiellonian University and studied Church History at the Pontifical Academy of Theology. In 1996 he graduated from the Bible School “Word of Life” in Brno, Czech Republic. Currently he is a PhD student at the Faculty of Theology of the Christian Theological Academy in Warsaw. He is also the author of several scientific articles on the history of the pentecostal and charismatic movement.

As a young Christian, he was involved in Catholic Renewal of the Holy Spirit and in a student ministry of Christian Academic Association. In 1992 he founded the Church in Cracow, which originates directly from the Catholic charismatic community.

His wife, Gosia, graduated in psychology from the University of Warsaw and is currently working as a therapist.

Wojtek and Gosia serve as pastors of the local church and are also involved in supporting pastoral marriages. Their passion is to help people find their destiny in life and ministry, and to help them achieve it. They believe that God calls them to lay the foundations in many areas of the Church’s work so that the next generation can build on them.

They have two children: Joel and Estera.