CHURCHES WITH ENGLISH COMMUNITIES / TRANSLATION
KFS is not a church but a student community that gathers across different churches and denominations. Therefore we also encourage you to join a church.
This page contains a list of churches that we have a good relationship with and which have services in english or translation into english.
If your church is missing on the list and you would like it to be there, please write Kristian (KFS staff worker) at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lutheran Folk Church. All services are translated into english and farsi.
Adress, Saxogade 13, 1662 København V, tlf: + 453331 2304 http://apostelkirken.kw01.net/page/173/apostelkirken-international
First International Baptist Church, Copenhagen
Located in Central Nørrebro (Baggesensgade 7). Offers international services in english every sunday at 1pm. More info at: http://www.fibc.dk
The church operates primarily in english and all services are in english.
Adress: Nyropsgade 39, 1602 København V (Bremen Theater), email@example.com
ICC, The International Church of Copenhagen
Inclusive congregation, active young adults group, Sunday School for children. All services are in english. Sundays 10:30am.
Adress: Sct. Andreas Church, Gothersgade 148. A 5-minute walk from Nørreport Station.
Kirken i Kulturcenteret
10.30am Danish service with translation into English
1.30pm English service
4.30pm Filipino service (English)
They also offer Spanish (10.30am) Thai (1.30pm) and Filipino (4.30pm) services.
The last sunday of the month is a Super Sunday at 10.30am where all departments gather for a bi-lingual celebration service in DK//EN.
Contact the church for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Young Adults service is bi-lingual (DK // EN)
Contact Young Adults pastor Thomas Laugesen for info: email@example.com
Lutheran free church. All services are translated into english.
Adress: "Bethesda" house, Rømersgade 17, 1362 Copenhagen
All services are translated into english.
Adress: Nyvej 7, 1851 Frederiksberg
For more info about international churches in Copenhagen, these two network organisations are also great to know:
Kirkernes Integrations Tjeneste (Churches’ Integration Ministry)(KIT) is working actively for the integration of newcomers in the Danish society. KIT wants to create friendships and relations between Danes and New-Danes and we believe there must be two parts to create a successful integration.
The Intercultural Christian Centre is a national network of 155 Danish Lutheran churches, international/migrant churches and Christian NGOs (see list) which was founded in 1994 as a resource centre for local churches (Danish and non-Danish) and Christian organisations ministering to refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers.