In Esbjerg we have both the beautiful and typical medieval churches as well as the very modern churches. Esbjerg is a place where you think church into every generation, so it is possible to meet in both joy and sorrow.
Esbjerg's oldest town church, built in 1887 and enlarged with transepts in 1896.
A modern church from 1961, designed by the architects Knud Thomsen and E. Flagstad Rasmussen.
Romanesque medieval village church in Esbjerg
A modern church that is built together with the Saedding centre. Designed by architects Inger and Johs. Exner and inaugurated in 1978.
Modern church in Esbjerg from 1983.
Sankt Nikolaj Kirke was built and designed in 1969 by the famous Danish architect Johan Otto von Spreckelsen.
A modern church in the Esbjerg district is Kvaglund Church, the church was built in 1985 of rustic materials and is decorated with pictures by the sculptor Erik Heide.
New church from 1992 with altar decorations by the artist Robert Jacobsen.
The church was built in 1912-14. The architect, J. Magdahl Nielsen, was inspired by the late Gothic style seen on the Swedish island of Gotland.
Moderne church in Esbjerg from 1969.
Guldager Church in Esbjerg is a medieval church from the 13th century.
Skads Kirke is a medieval church of granite ashlars, with a late Gothic tower of massive bricks, the attractive north side is especially well-preserved.
Medieval church near Esbjerg.
14th century village church near Esbjerg
Medieval village church
A very beautiful and isolated church situated on the slope of a hill down towards Sneum River in the Wadden Sea National Park.
Tjæreborg church is a village church built in the year 1200 in block stone and tufted stone, the church has a richly decorated church room.
Darum Church is a tuff stone church built around 1200 in Romanesque style. The tower and porch in late Gothic style from the 15th century.
The cornerstones of Skt. Ansgar Church was laid in July 1914, and already in December 1915 the church was ready for consecration.
St. Knud Church is built approx. 1200 in Romanesque style. Remains of an older wooden church are believed to have been found.