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Krakow's Faiths and Denominations Other than the Roman Catholic Church

Augsburg Evangelical Church
Kosciol Sw. Marcina (the church of St. Martin’s) at 58 Grodzka street. 
Phone (+48) 124227265.
Holy Mass at 10a.m. on Sundays. 

Baptist Christians
4 Wyspianskiego street 
Phone (+48) 126332305
Church service at 11 a.m. on Sundays

Baptist Church 'Betel'
12/3 Zacisze street
Phone (+48) 124300407

Evangelical Church 'Mission of Grace'
30 Lwowska street
Phone (+48) 126566224

Evangelical Methodist Church
3 Dluga street. 
Phone (+48) 124311458. 
Church service at 10 a.m. on Sundays. 

Free Baptist Church
1 Batorego street. 
Phone (+48) 126337212

Orthodox Church
24 Szpitalna street, phone (+48) 124227277 
Holy Mass at 10 a.m. on Sundays and holidays

Pentecostal Church
'Bethlehem', 7a Lubomirskiego street 
Phone (+48) 124210829
Church service  Tuesdays at 6 p.m., Fridays at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m.

Polish National Catholic Church
19 Miechowity street
Phone (+48) 124131680
Holy Mass at 10 a.m. on Sundays

8 Friedleina street, 
Phone (+48) 126338282

Seventh-day Adventists
25 Lubelska street. 
Phone (+48) 126330740 
Church service at 9.30 a.m. on Saturdays. 

24 os. Teatralne (Nowa Huta district)
Phone (+48) 126333469 

Greek-Catholic Church
11 Wisla street 
Phone (+48) 124292861
Holy Mass at 10 a.m. on Sundays

Jewish religion

The Holocaust and emigration in the second half of the 20th century diminished once numerous Jewish population of Krakow to a few hundred nowadays. Out of the city's seven synagogues the one that currently serves for religious gatherings on the Sabbath and/or Jewish holidays is Kupa Synagogue at 27 Miodowa street. 

Islam in Krakow 

There is a tiny, mostly immigrant Muslim community in Krakow. The city lacks a mosque so its Muslims gather for Friday prayer in the building of the Studium Jezyka Polskiego of the Politechnika Krakowska University of Technology, 1 Skarzynskiego street, from noon to 2 p.m. 

Roman Catholic Church
Sunday Masses

Krakow churches
Krakow numerous churches are architectural gems, art hoards, and spiritual hubs

Wawel Cathedral
Poland's impressive national shrine dates from the 14th century and shelters plenty of superb church art. The
Sigismund Chapel is a masterpiece of the Renaissance art and architecture. Giant Zygmunt bell of 1520 ranks with the world's largest. Most Polish kings are buried here together with the greatest national heroes.

Basilica of the Virgin Mary's
Immense Gothic church, the city of Krakow's principal temple since the 13th century, boasts the world's
greatest Gothic sculpture among its many excellent works of art. Huge stained-glass widows of the chancel date from the 14th century.

Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Krakow



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