The Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, Prague - South City (Praha - Jižní Město)
The Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren is a Presbyterian church, established in 1918 by the unification
of the Protestant churches of the Reformed and Lutheran Confessions. The roots of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren however lie in the time of Czech Reformation starting
at the beginning of the 15th century - with the Hussite movement and continuing by the Unity of Brethren (Moravians).
Today, there are about 250 parishes all about the country, with about 80.000 members. We are one of the congregations in Prague.
Few years ago, in 2006, our congregation moved to a newly built church, The Milíč z Kroměříže Church.
We are an open fellowship of Christians.
Sunday Service - every Sunday 9:30
We welcome international guests, individuals as well as groups. Our service is held in Czech language,
in case you come to our church and let us know, part of the service can be translated into English or German for you.
Bible study group (Czech language): Tuesday 18:15.
How to find us:
Bus stop Chodovska tvrz (Bus 125, 136, 213, 203) oder Bus stop Benkova (Bus 170, 197, 154),
both stops are about 250 meters from the church.
About 15 minutes walking from Metro station CHODOV. Map here.
Easy from the city centre:
Possibility 1: Metro A (red line) to station CHODOV, from there by bus 154 or 197 to station Benkova (2 stops,
bus goes every 15 minutes).
Or to walk from the metro Chodov station: from the station keep left, footbridge over the motorway,
via streets K Dubu und Ledvinova, it takes app. 15 minutes.
Possibility 2: Metro B (yellow Linie) to station: Smíchovské nádraží.
Out at the front, stairs up and again stairs up, above is the are the bus stations.
Teke Bus 125, 3 stops, to station : Chodovska tvrz (it takes about 15 minutes, bus goes every 10-20 minutes)
At the Chodovska tvrz station: take the underpass, at the other side keep left,
and you see the church about 200 Meter before you (church toiwer with a cross).
Dear congregation, gathered in the name of Jesus Christ
The church is a cover for the soul. I was born into it. Always, when something bad happens, when we lose a dear person, when we experience a terrible illness, or after catastrophes, after the terrorist attack on 9/11, for example, many remember again that: yes, there is a place where we can meet and tell one another how naked and unprotected we feel, not only in highly private matters but as a community. Church is a cover for the soul of the