Eda Church

Charlottenberg
Built in 1835, replaced a medieval wooden church. Still remaining from the medieval church is a baptismal font made of sandstone and an altarpiece.
Eda church was built in 1835 and replaced a medieval wooden church. In 1867 the church got its first organ which was torn out after some time and in 1931 the church's new organ was consecrated by bishop J. A Eklund. It was at the time the biggest organ among the rural churches in the diocese. The baptismal font made of sandstone and the altarpiece from the medieval wooden church is preserved. The inside was totally restored in 1979 after a fire. In the graveyard there a graves decorated with a certain kind of glass bowles.
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Place
Organizer
Eda-Köla Pastorat
Församlingshemmet
670 40 Åmotfors
eda-kola.pastorat@svenskakyrkan.se
Name
Eda kyrka
Address
Charlottenberg
Municipality: Eda
Eda-Köla Pastorat
Description
Built in 1835, replaced a medieval wooden church. Still remaining from the medieval church is a baptismal font made of a sandstone and an altarpiece. Eda church was built in 1835 and replaced a medieval wooden church. In 1867 the church got its first organ which was torn out after some time and in 1931 the church's new organ was consecrated by bishop J. A Eklund. It was at the time the biggest organ among the rural churches in the diocese. The baptismal font made of sandstone and the altarpiece from the medieval wooden church is preserved. The inside was totally restored in 1979 after a fire. In the graveyard there a graves decorated with a certain kind of glass bowles.
Directions
5 km south from Charlottenberg, road 61
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