In August 2016, our Institute rented a storefront facility in Warsaw (ul. Mińska 62) which will serve as our study center and main office.

The goal of our Institute's study center is to make Reformed literature (mostly in English and Polish) easily accessible to anyone interested in learning more about Reformed and Presbyterian history and theology.

The center will consist of a reading room where non-circulating book resources will be available, as well as books for sale and of course good coffee.

In addition to the Institute's publishing work, the center will also host conferences and workshops on Reformed theology and history. 

We are currently setting up the facility. On October 30th (Reformation Sunday) we plan to host OPEN HOUSE between 12-6pm. Come join us!  

Tolle Lege Institute

 Dedicated to Reformation Studies in Central-Eastern Europe

  Since 2007

The Tolle Lege Institute is doing important work in translating significant Reformed material into Polish. Poland produced notable Protestants at the time of the Reformation but has on the whole been dominated by Roman Catholicism now for many years.  Tolle Lege are helping to address this theological imbalance and provide thoughtful Christians with excellent historic resources.'

Dr. Carl Trueman, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA.

In Poland the Institute is registered as non-profit organization called "Fundacja Instytutu Tolle Lege"
KRS: 0000602145​, Regon: 363 740 170,   NIP: 525-264-76-89 ​ ​

​In the US Tolle Lege Institute is a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization, and all gifts are tax-deductible in the U.S.