Known to have existed prior to 1231, St. Margaret’s operated as a parish church and was largely unmentioned until priest Stanisław Grudowicz repaired it in 1658. In the 17th century a curate’s fascination with St. Phillip Neri lead to the addition of a chapel in his honour, and Śródka became home to the country’s first Philippine Order congregation soon afterwards. Interestingly, during the war the church was closed and operated as a repository for books that Poles were trying to spare from destruction. Inside the church features a beautiful flower-adorned roof and two Poznań paintings worth noting: the Holy Mother with Child dated around 1600, and Madonna with Child dating to around 1630.
You can see the interior of the church 30 minutes before and after mass.
Former Philippine Congregation House
ul. Filipińska 4
The gorgeous yellow structure adjacent to St. Margaret’s is the former home of the order of priests founded by St. Philip Neri. Philippines, i