Churches’ Appeal for Respect for Sunday

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on February 6, 2015

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Kamila Siemieńczuk – January 2015

The heads of all the Christian Churches in Poland (Churches which are members of Polish Ecumenical Council) met together on 20th January 2015 to sign “An Appeal of Christian Churches in Poland for Respect and Celebration of Sunday”. The fruitful meeting took place in the Lutheran Centre in Warsaw.

The reasons why this kind of appeal had to appear were for instance common and consistent overworking, on Sundays as well, and forgetting about observing Sunday as a day of church-attendance.

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