“I have the privilege to announce that together with the Rector of the Bible Seminary in Irpin, dr. pastor Igor Yaremchuk, we have decided to establish a Polish-Ukrainian Bible Institute in Lublin,” pastor Paweł Chojecki announced on Against the Tide TV. “We want to open branches of our seminary where our students are scattered. Since Poland was the first to receive us, that’s why we want to start with you!” – rector Yaremchuk added.
During the Polish-Ukrainian Conference of Christians “Always ready!” in Lublin, pastor Igor Yaremchuk and pastor Paweł Chojecki decided to establish the Polish-Ukrainian Bible Institute in Lublin under the patronage of the Bible Seminary in Irpin. “I have the privilege to announce that together with dr. pastor Igor Yaremchuk we have decided to establish the Polish-Ukrainian Bible Institute in Lublin. We will start classes on August 20 this year! Today, I invite you to contact me, soon we’ll give you more details. Praise God, He makes our dreams come true!” – said pastor Paweł Chojecki last Saturday.
Pastor Igor Yaremchuk on Against the Tide TV emphasized:
“Since the war started, millions of Ukrainians, including many students and professors of our seminary, have moved to many European countries. But these are not refugees, they are missionaries! We want to open branches of the seminary in Irpin where those people are scattered. Our dream is that such a branch will be established in Lublin. Praise God that pastor Paweł Chojecki and I decided to start this process. On the one hand, it will be about learning, on the other hand, it will be about building community. We can see that this can result in a closer bond between Polish and Ukrainian churches. We also want to open such branches in Germany, the Czech Republic, and Italy. But since Poland was the first to help us, that’s why we are starting in Poland!”