About the Church of Risbjerg
The monumental church is kept in a simple style, both inside and outside. The exterior consists of red bricks. The small peepholes at the gable ends give the church a medieval expression. The inside consists of yellow bricks, and the church room is light and inviting. The architects are Helge Schønnemann, Chr. Brandi and Rolf Graae - another contemporary construction by them was the oldest part of Hvidovre town hall. Like the Church of Skt. Nikolaj, the Church of Risbjerg has a maritime expression.
The parish community centre, drawn by Tyge Arnfred, was built in 1997.
In the church you can see:
Organ from 2006, built by P.G. Andersen & Bruhn.
Votive ship model from 2002, a copy of the viking ship "Skuldelev 6" from around 1040, a model by Vibeke Bischoff.
Glass mosaics by Palle Bruun.
Baptismal basin and ewer, and chandelier by Helga & Bent Exner.
Image of Christ by Erik Heide.
Frieze decoration by Vibeke Tøjner from 1998, inspired by the dramatic Easter scene.
Altar wall by Erik Heide from 2009
Bus: 132 between Friheden Station and Hvidovre Station.
Car: Parking lots by the church.
The church's address is Kirkegade 2.