The Copenhagen Church

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The church building was drafted by the architect D.W. Leerbech and inaugurated in 1896.The name of Ebenezer derives from the 1st Book of Samuel 7,12. Here we are told how Samuel the prophet erected a stone, naming it Eben-ha-Ezer. It means "Hitherto hath the Lord helped us" and was to remind Israel that their victory was gained with God's help.

On the ground floor you will find a pleasantly furnished hall and a kitchen, connected by a smaller room. Various meetings and bible studies are held here, in addition to the many community-potluck-meals, which are arranged by the Copenhagen community for its members and guests. The roomy church hall is bright and friendly. Its high, arched ceiling guarantees a good sound quality suitable for songs, hymns and music. The church hall is situated on the second floor and can also be reached by elevator.

The Church is more than just a Church - this building houses an Evangelistic Centre. A variety of activities take place here with the purpose of bringing young and old people closer to God.

The community of Copenhagen is keen on spreading the Gospel and has a good and warm fellowship. It is one of many Advent communities in Denmark. You will feel welcome instantly!

Bible study: 9.45 a.m.
Divine Service: 11.15 a.m.