Its location in a commercial complex with diverse buildings has naturally led the building to open inwards. As a result, the church building appears heavy and closed, yet it clearly stands out from its surroundings, particularly with its distinct tower.
The space is large, bright and sacred. The use of daylight is an important element for the architecture, changing throughout the day and with every season and creating a variety of experiences for visitors.
The church's interior is adorned with furnishings of light wood, complemented by a graceful granite altar, and a bronze baptismal font, a masterpiece by the esteemed artist Jette Vohlert. Together, these elements weave a tapestry of serenity and grace, inviting all who enter to find solace in this sacred space.