This gracious and beautiful city is the second largest in Poland and an important hub of cultural and artistic expression. It is considered the unofficial cultural capital of Poland. It is a city filled with gorgeous architecture, parks, museums and theaters. It is a major economic hub and hosts many universities and about 170,000 students. Krakow dates back to the 7th century and has played an important part in Polish history.
The small YWAM team in Krakow is a young, multi-cultural and dynamic team that is focused on building relationships with the local churches and starting a DTS program. Their vision is to see churches mobilized, people come to Christ, and see the gospel transform this beautiful, historic city into a place of vibrant Christian faith.