Lutheran Theologians calling for a Break with Luther  

In a new book, Danish Lutheran theologians state that the medieval theology of Luther is out of step with the times and with faith in the 21st Century… Læs mere

Unity and reconciliation in the border region

Danish and German churches spoke about peaceful coexistence and cooperation at World Council of Churches' Assembly in Karlsruhe… Læs mere

New Bishop in the Diocese of Roskilde

Ulla Thorbjørn Hansen (b. 1966), former dean in Slagelse deanery, was elected on the 15th of June as the first female bishop in the diocese of Roskilde in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark. She is the 65th bishop in Roskilde Diocese.… Læs mere

How do we talk about faith in Denmark? – presentation by Naser Rezaeih

In Denmark you can be religious without having to shout out your faith, said Naser Rezaeih at a conference for migrant priests last weekend in Middelfart. The presentation was addressed to migrant priests and church leaders, and it concerned how we talk about faith in Denmark.… Læs mere

Democracy is only real, when it is based on a true conversation

Democracy is not merely a form of governing, but it is a lifestyle and a mindset that each generation must be brought up with, according to "What is democracy?", a book by the late Danish theologian and politician Hal Koch, which has just been translated into English … Læs mere

Young People Enter Public Debate with Debate Training 

On a Tuesday night in the beginning of February, a group of 20 young people met to participate in a new debate training program.… Læs mere

Drop-in weddings: Tie the knot in only 15-30 minutes!  

Multiple churches across the country have allocated specific days to host drop-in weddings. … Læs mere

Welcome to the Church Festival Heavenly Days!

A Church in Copenhagen Caught on Fire  

Monday night a fire broke out in Hyltebjerg Church in Copenhagen. The rescue work went on all night but unfortunately the building has suffered extensive damage… Læs mere

Chat with a priest: A new initiative focusing on online pastoral care is now available in English 

The digital chat service ‘Sjælesorg på Nettet’ has now made pastoral conversations available for non-Danish speakers. One of the focal points in the initiative is to aid those affected by the situation in Ukraine, says Pernille Hornum, head of Sjælesorg på Nettet.… Læs mere

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