• Who we are

    The International Church of Prague is a friendly, interdenominational church based near Andel. We’re committed to worshiping Jesus Christ, growing in His image, building strong communities, working with Czech Christians and taking the good news of Jesus Christ to all people.


    We are interdenominational; this means that we are independent and autonomous in our governing structure. People from various traditions within Christianity co-operate freely in active membership, emphasizing those biblical truths which unite us in our love for the Lord Jesus and each other.


    The church began as a small group of people meeting in the British and American embassies in 1988 to study the Bible and pray together. Following the Velvet Revolution a year later, lay-led Protestant services were held each Sunday. On Pentecost Sunday 1991, The International Church of Prague was formally established with a constitution, doctrinal statement and governing council and by the end of the year the first pastor was installed.


    We think ICP is a great place to meet God, either for the first time, or if you’ve been a Christian for years. Going somewhere new is never the easiest thing to do, so we hope our website helps you learn more about us, and makes that first visit easier.

  • what to expect

    • A relaxed and friendly atmosphere
    • Worship and songs that are easy to join in with
    • Relevant teaching from the Bible
    • Fun & safe groups for kids and teens
    • A choice of places to start finding out about Jesus
    • Groups to build friendships with God and others
    • Opportunities to get involved in helping others
    When you’re ready to give us a try, we have a Sunday service where we’d love to say hello in person.

    If all of this is a bit new, and coming on a Sunday isn’t what you’re looking for, please do consider coming along to one of our many social events and get to know us.

    And remember, if you’ve got any questions, just contact us. Email our pastor Drew at drew@icprague.cz or phone him on 777 545 411.
  • our purpose and vision

    ICP is a community of life-giving Christ Followers who walk together in the Holy Spirit to Love God, Live Truth and Give Grace; building relational bridges so that others may know Jesus.


    Jesus called us to follow Him. We begin to follow by trusting Jesus as our Lord and only Savior. But following Him involves Him transforming us to become more like Him. We believe these 4 values encompass what it means to follow Jesus.

    • Loving God - We are to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength.
    • Living Truth - We are to take the truth of God's Word and live it daily.
    • Giving Grace - We are called to love others as Jesus loved us.
    • Walk Together in the Spirit - We need one another. Our loving relationships with other believers demonstrates to people around us that we are Jesus followers.
  • what we believe

    The International Church of Prague is evangelical in persuasion. As such, we accept the revelation of God given in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible and expressed in such historic statements of the Christian Church as the Apostle's Creed and the Nicene Creed.


    We embrace the following areas of teaching, with which there is general agreement among evangelical Christians both historically and presently. However, we desire to allow for freedom of conviction about doctrinal matters not specifically delineated in the following statement of faith, provided that any interpretation is based upon the Bible alone and that no such interpretation shall become an issue which hinders the unity of this body or the ministry to which God has called us.


    We believe in one God, Creator of all things, perfect in love and righteousness, eternally existing in three persons; Father, Son and Holy Spirit, equal in power and worthy of worship and obedience.


    We believe that Jesus Christ was begotten of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary and is true God and true man (like us, but sinless); that He died to atone for our sins; that He was raised from the dead bodily, ascended into heaven where He will remain until He returns to judge all at the last day.


    We believe that the Holy Spirit, being one with the Father and Son, indwells all believers at the moment of salvation, enabling and interceding on our behalf.


    We believe the Bible is the written Word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit, inerrant in the original manuscripts and possessing God's authority in all matters of faith and life.


    We believe that man was created in the image of God; that he sinned and thereby incurred not only physical death, but also spiritual death, which is separation from God; and that we are all born with a sinful nature, failing short of being morally or spiritually acceptable to God in thought, word and deed.


    We believe that a person is saved solely through personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ of the will of God; and that he is thereby justified before God, born of the Holy Spirit and placed into God's family, a relationship in which he is eternally secure.


    We believe in the visible and bodily return to earth of Jesus Christ to raise the dead, judge the world and establish His eternal kingdom; and that those who are believers shall live with God forever, while unbelievers shall be eternally separated from Him.


    We believe that the Church is the living Body of Christ on earth, Christ being its Head; that the Body is composed of all those who have received Him as Savior and Lord; and that the local church exists as an expression of the universal Church to exalt God, edify believers and evangelize nonbelievers. The sacraments celebrated in this church shall be Baptism and Communion. Participation in the sacraments is on the basis of faith in Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior.

  • our mission

    Our mission is to intentionally build relational bridges with others so that they may discover the joy of following Jesus.


    We do this by Giving Grace to others as Jesus has given and undeserved love to us...

    • Giving GRACE Like Jesus
    • God’s View – Look for His Masterpiece beneath the stains on the surface
    • Radical Hospitality – Share meals together
    • Active Listening – Be interested in their story
    • Care Personally – Serve like Jesus
    • Expect God to Work – Love as if Jesus is right there with you (Because He is)