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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

FILM - 'A YEAR AMONG DANES IN LONDON'

Inspired by the immigration debate going on in Denmark, journalist Else Kvist and cameraman Niels Ladefoged have made a film about how this debate is perceived by Danes in the UK. During the course of a year, they have met with a group of Danish families when gathered in church for the celebration of fastelavn, Sankt Hans, juleklip and Saturday School’s Danish lessons.

The film focuses among other things on the importance of passing culture and language onto the next generation. It also discusses what can be considered reasonable or unreasonable to expect from immigrants. Brexit took place in the middle of the making of the film and Else Kvist and Niels Ladefoged include the different viewpoints on this debate as well.

Admission: £2. Smørrebrød on sale from approximately 6.45pm. Registration on the church phone (0207935 7584) if you wish to eat before the film. The film has not yet been supplied with English subtitles.

THURSDAY 2 MARCH AT 7.30pm

 

 

FOLK HIGH SCHOOL – REFORMATION AND TRADITION

We begin this year’s marking of the Reformation quincentenary with a lecture by Martin Ravn, Master of Theology and lecturer at the University of Copenhagen. Martin Ravn is a researcher of Martin Luther’s theology and teaches dogmatics.

It was never Luther’s intention to found a new church. On the contrary, he wanted the church to return to its starting point: the Scriptures. This, however, did not imply that he wanted to reject all traditions of the Roman church.

Besides reviewing Martin Luther’s life and work, the lecture will also offer an insight into Luther’s ideas on the early doctrines of the church.

More information about the number of events that take place in the UK as part of the marking of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation can be found on the Council of Lutheran Churches’ website Reformation 500 HERE.

NOTE! NEW DATE. SUNDAY 12 MARCH AT 1pm.