Immanuel Church, Norrköping

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Immanuel Church
DenominationUniting Church in Sweden, Vineyard Nordic, Evangelical Free Church in Sweden
Previous denominationMission Covenant Church of Sweden
Architect(s)Sten Carlquist
ParishImmanuel Church Congregation, Norrköping Vineyard, Baptistförsamlingen Saron-Korskyrkan

The Immanuel Church (Swedish: Immanuelskyrkan) is a church building in Norrköping, Sweden. It was built by the Immanuel Church Congregation in 1956. Since 2020 it is owned by the two congregations Baptistförsamlingen Saron-Korskyrkan (part of Evangelical Free Church in Sweden) and Norrköping Vineyard (part of Vineyard Nordic). The Immanuel Church Congregation is still active in it.

The Immanuel Church Congregation (Swedish: Immanuelskyrkans församling) belongs to the Uniting Church in Sweden. It earlier belonged to the Mission Covenant Church of Sweden.[1] It previously had a church building opened on 28 December 1884.[2]

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  1. Lina Hedmark (8 January 2013). "Frikyrkorna tappar" (in Swedish). Sveriges Television. Archived from the original on 13 January 2015. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  2. Erik Jakob Ekman (1896). "Den inre missionens historia" (in Swedish). Projekt Runeberg. Retrieved 13 January 2015.

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