Christmas church concerts
Enjoy beautiful tones in one of Køge's Christmas-decorated churches. Find the date for Christmas events on the church website or Facebook page.
Boholte Kirke - Køge
The foundation stone was laid on November 9, 1980
The church was inaugurated on November 29, 1981
The organ was finished in January, 1984
Ejby Kirke - Køge
Ejby Church is an old medieval church, its Romanesque nave from c. 1150–1200 was extended to the east in the Gothic period, and in the late Gothic period (c. 1500) three extensions were added, i.e. to...
Gørslev church - Køge
Gørslev Church is a late Romanesque church built in large medieval bricks, probably in the 13th century.
The nave and the choir have been preserved from the original church.
As usual in this region, th...
Højelse Kirke - Køge
Højelse Church stands elevated above the surrounding landscape, and with its beautiful yellow colour it is visible from far away.
The church is consecrated to St. Michael, as inscribed on the largest ...
Køge Church - Sct. Nicolai
The oldest preserved part of the church is the tower, which dates back to 1324. The beautiful altarpiece from 1652 is a work by Lorenz Jørgensen. The impressive pulpit was created by wood carver Hans ...
Nørre Dalby Kirke by Køge
The church is a medieval church from 1150 – 1200 and appears beautifully yellow-plastered with white decorations.
Westward tower wall made from monastic bricks from 1250 is carrying a beautiful zigzag ...
Sædder Kirke near Køge
Sædder Church is an extremely harmonious village church from c. 1200, typical of Sealand, surrounded with white washed walls.
Vollerslev church near Køge
Vollerslev Church stands on a slight elevation in Vollerslev village.
The church is a long house comprising a Romanesque nave from the 12th or 13th century, a Late Gothic choir and two Gothic additions...
Ølby Kirke - Køge
After the huge population growth in the Ølby area in Højelse Parish in the 1950s, and considering the distance to Højelse Church, the thought arose, about 1980, to build a church in the Ølby Lyng area...
Ølsemagle Kirke - Køge
Well-restored medieval church with more recent extensions
Tower in typical east Sealand style
Interesting so called atechism altar piece from the time just after the reformation