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POLAND Tentative Itinerary - Spring Break (March 2018)

Thursday, 01
9:00 a.m. Depart Malone University
7:15 p.m Depart Chicago to Zurich
Swiss Air LX0009

Friday, 02

10:55 a.m. arrive Zurich
Sightseeing Zurich
5:15 p.m. depart Zurich LX 1370
7:00 p.m. arrive Krakow
Hot chocolate in town square
Globtroter

Saturday, 03
Old Town,
Wawel Cathedral,
St. Mary's Basilica
Travel to Sosnowiec
Stay with host families

Sunday, 04
Sosnowiec
Worship at Kościół Chrystusowy w RP, Sosnowiec
Stay with host families

Monday, 05
Sosnowiec
Painting church classroom and pastor’s office
Sosnowiec Jewish sector
Stay with host families

Tuesday, 06
Sosnowiec
English language classes in local schools with Asia
Stay with host families

Wednesday, 07
Sosnowiec
Painting at church
Będzin ?
15:00 Auschwitz
Stay with host families

Thursday, 08
Train to WAW
Dept. Sosnowiec Glówny 9:04 a.m.
Arrive Warszawa Centralna 11:15 a.m.
Old Town
Warsaw Uprising Museum
Puffa Hostel

Friday, 09
UKSW
Łazienki Park
Free evening in Old Town
Puffa Hostel

Saturday, 10
6:40 a.m. SN2560
Warsaw to Brussels Brussels Airlines
8:50 a.m. arrive Br…

Welcome to the 2018 Malone Poland Service Learning Team (PSLiT) Blog Site!!!

My name is Dr. David Entwistle. Dr. Greg Miller and I are leading the 2018 Malone Poland Service Learning Team (PSLiT). We are excited to have a really solid group of people on our team: Christina, Dominick, George, Julia, Leah, Olivia, and Tori. I have been to Poland about a dozen times since first going there in 2005. The first Malone team worked with some Canadian missionaries that I had met at the church I attended, and that connection led to other connections with Polish church leaders and a University in Warsaw where I had the privilege of being a visiting professor.
Our team this year will work with my good friend, Daniel, who is the pastor of a Polish church, Kościół Chrystusowy w RP, in Sosnowiec, Poland. We anticipate that we will help with painting and perhaps some small construction projects at the church, as well as helping a local English teacher so that her students can practice conversational English with native English speakers. We will also return to the University…