One such group of people are the Poles. Poland is often cited as the most religious country in Europe; in practice this may not be the case at all, especially in the light of priestly sexual and financial abuses. Others might be concerned for the state of Christianity in Poland, where it is estimated that less than 0.3% of the whole population are evangelical Protestants. That figure places Poland below most countries in the world. Yet around one person in 70 in the UK today is Polish. The Polish language is the most popular non-British spoken language in the UK. How are these statistics reflected in our churches?