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Polish-Canadian Minister and Political Activist


Political Prisoner and Freedom Warrior

Pastor Artur Pawlowski, a Polish-Canadian Evangelical Minister, stands as a symbol of unwavering faith and commitment in God in today's "woke" world. Born in Kożuchów, Poland, in 1973, Artur moved to Canada in 1995, embracing his new homeland and becoming a citizen by 2004. His religious endeavors in Calgary, including leading the Cave of Adullam congregation and founding the Street Church Ministries, have touched countless lives. His dedication to causes, both religious and political, has earned him numerous accolades, including the Honorary Chaplain Position for Alberta and the 'Free Speech Award' in 2012. A staunch advocate for traditional values and freedom of speech, Artur's activism has seen him at the forefront of various protests and rallies. Beyond his religious commitments, Artur ventured into politics, leading the Independence Party of Alberta and later founding the Solidarity Movement of Alberta in 2023. His life serves as an inspiration, reminding us of the power of conviction, the importance of free speech and religious freedom, and standing with God.

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Speaking Tour

October 28
The Era of Champions
Canada Christian College, Miami, FL

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Pastor Artur Pawlowski at The ReAwaken America Tour Miami – October 2023

From The Blog

October 12, 2023

Artur Pawlowski’s Remarks After His Jail Sentencing

In the ever-evolving socio-political landscape of Canada, few figures have been as polarizing and influential as Artur Pawlowski. The Calgary street preacher and activist recently delivered a riveting speech following…
October 12, 2023

Exclusive Interview with Artur Pawlowski After His Sentencing

In the ever-evolving political landscape of Canada, few figures have garnered as much attention and, at times, controversy as Artur Pawlowski. Known for his unwavering commitment to the community, especially…

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