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The Danish Church

4 St Katharine's Precinct

London NW1 4HH


Church opening hours:
Tuesday - Friday 9am - 1pm
Saturday 12 - 15pm
Sunday 10am - 15pm
Monday closed

Tel. 020 7935 7584


 

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The Danish Church in London
Reg. Charity No. 237897

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Welcome to The Danish Church in LondonWelcome to The Danish Church in London

12-DOOR LONDON STILL REFORMING

The Danish Church in London was first established close to 350 years ago. Today it represents the ‘Folkekirke’ similar to a parish church in Denmark for close to 55.000 Danes in and around Greater London.

In the historic building of St Katharine’s, a 200-year-old neo-Gothic church, we invite you to join us on Sunday 2 July at 4-6pm for an afternoon of Danish Lutheran legacy in this country, the history of St Katharine’s and an introduction to the Green ‘Golden’ organ by the organist Mr Christian Devantier, who will introduce and demonstrate the uniqueness of St Katharine’s organ.

Refreshments will follow in the vicarage garden. We welcome all at 4 St Katharine’s Precinct, Regents Park, NW1 4HH.

SUNDAY 2 JULY AT 4pm

SANKTHANS & CONCERT

This year, we begin Sankthans in the church at 6-6.45pm with a concert by The Ionian Singers and their programme that includes Scandinavian, English and American choir music.

The garden is open from 6.30pm with small campfires where the children can make ‘snobrød'. And as usual, there will be music, Pimms's, hot dogs, beer, soft drinks, coffee and ‘wienerbrød’ at cash bar.

The bonfire speech will be given by His Excellency the Ambassador Claus Grube.  

The bonfire will be lit at 8pm as we sing the witch off to Bloksbjerg.

Tickets are £10 incl. the concert [£8 concession] or £4 for adults and £2 for children under the age of 12.

We are looking forward to seeing you this wonderful evening!

NOTE! The concert begins at 6pm.

 

 

SATURDAY 24 JUNE AT 6.30pm