If you’ve come all this way, it’s also worth taking the time to see the town’s handsome Rynek too, the centrepiece of which is the Town Hall, originally built in the mid 14th century but rebuilt in 1617 and 1846. Its sublime clock tower - to which the statues of various local heroes seem to magically cling – survives intact in its original form since being added in 1397.
To see both Peace Churches in one day, having your own vehicle is almost essential. 80 kilometres west of Wrocław, visiting Jawor by train is easier said than done, and requires a change at less than lovely Jaworzyna Śląska, or in Legnica. The journey can take anywhere from 1hr 15mins to 2 hrs, with a cost of around 20zł one-way; check rozklad-pkp.pl for exact times and connections. You can also try the bus; Beskid bus company offers the trip regularly in just over 1hr for 15zł.
Once you've arrived, the church is no more than five minutes walk from Jawor station, set in a small park (which until 1972 was the church’s graveyard).