Immanuel Church, Stockholm
Immanuel Church, January 2009
|Denomination||Uniting Church in Sweden|
|Previous denomination||Mission Covenant Church of Sweden|
Immanuel Church (Swedish: Immanuelskyrkan) is church building located in the central parts of the town of Stockholm in Sweden. The church was designed by Sture Frölén. It was built in 1974. The lot it was built on earlier housed a tram depot at the intersection of Birger Jarlsgatan and Kungstensgatan.
The entire block consists of offices and a hotel. The block was built between 1970–1974 on behalf of the church. The church has been considered a nice example of 1970s modernist architecture. It is of major historical value according to the Stockholm City Museum.
References[change | change source]
- "Provisorn" (pdf). Stockholm Municipality (Stockholmskällan). Retrieved 7 January 2015.
- "Immanuelskyrkan". Emporis. Retrieved 7 January 2015.
- "Sydöstra Vasastaden - Byggnadsinventering 1974" (pdf). Stockholm City Museum. Retrieved 7 January 2015.
Under 70-talet har en av vagnhallarna i kvarteret Provisorn rivits för den nya Immanuels-kyrkan
- Goldstein, Max. "PLANBESKRIVNING (S-Dp 2010-07307-54)" (pdf). Stockholm Municipality. Retrieved 7 January 2015.
Other websites[change | change source]
Media related to Immanuelskyrkan, Stockholm at Wikimedia Commons