Grundtvig Church in Esbjerg is a distinctive red brick building with a remarkably high ceiling and white marble floor. Beautiful location by Lergravssøen.
It was designed by the architect Ole Nielsen from Lyngby, Denmark, and it was consecrated on June 1st, 1969. Its organ was built by Bruno Christensen and Sons and was consecrated in 1988. The church offers seats for 340 churchgoers. Grundtvig’s Church has a beautiful new altar with an outstanding relief of white and green marble. On the communion table is the brass cross that was designed by the sculptor Erik Varming, who also created the relief. These two works were consecrated at the 40th anniversary of the church in June 2009.
Service every Sunday at 10.00