Great religion diversity
One of the characteristics of the Wisla society is great religion diversity. Representatives of several Christian creeds live here in perfect concord. Years-long tradition of the dominant here Protestantism is witnessed both by historical books - Bibles , hymnals, collections of sermons - and choirs working in each of the five Evangelic-Augsburg parishes.
Independent Roman -catholic parisshes appared after the II World War. Theircollections here possess also Pentecostal Church, Firm Christians, Baptists, Methodists, Seventh-Day Adventists, Watchtower Society.
Traditional ecumenical services celebratung the the Day of Independence - November 11th - and performances of religion teams enable the different cread representatives to meet no matter which church they belong to.
Wisla - mountain resort in Beskidy Mountains
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Wisla is a small city with numerous settlements located along valleys. It's located in south Poland very close to Czech border.
http://www.wisla.pl/ENG/index.php (in German and Polish, too);
Wisla is best known as a birthpace and residence city of the best in the world ski jumper Adam Malysz : Ski Jump World Cup winner in season 2000/2001 and 2001/2002.
Malysz was 1st in normall hill and 2nd in large hill in World Ski Championships in Lahti in 2001. He won silver (large hill) and bronze (normal hill) medals in Winter Olympic Games in Salt lake City in 2002.
Adam Malysz born in 1977 in Wisla won the prestigeous Four Hills Tournament in 2001. He is married (daughter Karolina), He has built new house in Wisla (ul. Kopydlo).