Main Library

The EST library collection consists of 20,900 volumes, which includes books, mainly in Polish and English but also some in German, from the fields of theology, biblical science and broadly defined ecclesiology as well as philosophy, psychology, history, linguistics and related disciplines. There are also books on practical aspects of the Christian life in English and Polish – many of them donated from abroad or in Poland. There are also periodicals, as well as audio-visual media. In 2013, special and costly equipment was donated to the EST library that allows disabled and sand-blind (partially blind) people to read materials. Library development is always an ongoing project. We build a little at a time.

The collection is electronically cataloged and can be accessed online but only in Polish.

http://www.ewst.pl/biblioteka/katalog-on-line/

(Please click on “ON-LINE“)

If you have any questions please contact Anna Bogowska, Librarian at:

Telephone: +48 71 346 99 22
E-mail: biblioteka@ewst.pl

Address: ul. sw. Jadwigi 12, 50-266 Wroclaw POLAND

Library hours:

Thursday: from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Friday: from 12.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

From October to June during extension study weekends (average once a month), the library hours are:
Friday: from 12.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Saturday: from 2.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

News

Christmas 2017

We wish you the gift of faith, the blessing of hope, and peace through God’s love as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Have a wonderful Christmas and a blessed New Year.

Thanksgiving 2017

During this season of Thanksgiving, we are thankful to God for his faithfulness to the ministry of EWST in Poland.  We are grateful for our friends around the world as you encourage us through your prayers,  support and friendships.

“To take part in Christ’s greatness of heart, in responsible action and true sympathy”

Summary of an article by Gottfried Brezger. “To take part in Christ’s greatness of heart, in responsible action and true sympathy” – The dynamics of including the Christology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer on the traces of  Martin Luther in the resistance against the dynamics of political exclusion

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