I dream of a church where the average Polish person can feel comfortable, where the worship style makes sense but the gospel is not compromised.
Sashko Nezamutdinov is based in Krakow, Poland where he is involved with a team who are church planting and reaching out to young adults disillusioned with the Church, or sceptical about it, through an English club, art ministry and photography ministry.
Sashko is currently based in Krakow, the second largest city in Poland, with a population of 800,000 but an Evangelical community of no more than 1,000.
Currently, Sashko is leading an international group of young adults who are seeking to plant a Reformed Polish-speaking church in the city. His passion is the process of making the gospel message relevant to different groups of people depending on where they are at geographically, socially, culturally or spiritually. This happens through different social projects, facebook posts, conversations over coffee, text messages, sermons or blog articles.
The church that Sashko is leading reaches out to the local community through arts (including an annual Art&Thought Forum), an English language club, and the "Humans of Krakow" photography project. Sashko also works on translating Reformed books into Polish. He loves reading, listening to jazz and watching not-so-famous TV series from different countries around the world.