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Our Bridge Ministry Center hosts our cultural language congregations:  We have a Czech Church plant, Indonesian, Filipino, Mandarin, and Arabic congregations that are hosted out of the Bridge Ministry Center.


During the COVID lockdowns the Bridge has also become our Media Broadcast Center.  


For Worship - This new center will host a Czech language church on Sunday's, the International Church of Prague will begin a second worship service during the week and we will do community wide nights of worship in multiple languages once a month.


For Outreach - This space  hosts our homeless outreach for feeding and clothing those in need. It is also the center for outreach to those imprisoned in human trafficking and sex trade. We will our refugee ministry from here as well to have a collecting place for clothing for refugees.  In addition with our partner Dignity, Restoring Hope we have a new House of Refuge for refugees who are transitioning.  This has become an incredible new ministry.  


Youth Ministry - The space is used for a city wide Youth Praha gathering each week. This gathering has roots in all five of the international schools in Prague as well as several Czech high schools.



Music and Arts Outreach -We will the center to host drama, dance and music outreaches to connect with internationals and Czechs. Prague is a very arts oriented city and we believe we can use the arts as a bridge to share the gospel.


The Ministry Center Location - The Bridge Center is a former restaurant space 200m off of Vaclavska Namesti (Wenceslas Square). All three metro lines are accessible within about 350 meters from this location. It is truly in the heart of the city and will enable a wide variety of ministries and outreaches to happen.


Please pray that God will make this very fruitful for bringing people to faith in Christ Jesus. 




Europe is overflowing with refugees.  The Conflict in Ukraine is very personal for the congregation of the International Church of Prague as we have many Ukrainian  and Russian Families in our congregation.  Therefore we have and ongoing outreach to those who are displaced by the conflict.  


Refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are also regularly entering the  Czech Republic.  Some will end up living here but it is a slow and complicated process.  But we have an opportunity to take the gospel to these people in ways we never could have done in the home countries.  Currently these refugees are in detention  centers , basically imprisoned.  We and our partners are one of only two non-government groups that are being allowed access to the refugees.  Please pray for opportunities to reach them with the Gospel.


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