The Danish Church in Australia has its head office in Frederikskirken in Sydney.
There are Danish churches in Melbourne and Brisbane as well.
Each church has its own church committee, but we share the priest in all the congregations.
Below is links where you can find information about the individual churches.
The church office in Sydney is open Monday-Friday from 9am to 4pm, generally.
But there may be situations where we are out of the house, so if you are coming from a long way, call and make an appointment so you do not get to a locked door.
When you come to Frederikskirken, you come to a small piece of Denmark. Here the main language is Danish and you suddenly find yourself a place where others also associate something with Matador, Margrethe the other and Matador Mix.
In short, Frederikskirken is the place where you can meet other Danes, speak your mother tongue and where there is a common Danish frame of reference.
Membership of Frederick’s Church costs $ 75 a year for a family and $ 50 for retirees. Contact the church office if you wish to become a member.
The Danish Church has had a congregation in Melbourne for 25 years.
There is worship with the Danish priest once a month (as a general rule on the 2nd Sunday of the month), where we borrow the lovely church and premises of the Swedish church.
Membership of the Danish Church in Melbourne costs $ 75 / $ 50 concession per household. If you would like to become a member, please contact the Church office in Sydney.
There are three services a year and a Christmas market. Marks Lutheran Church, 71 Newnham Road, Mt. Engraved East.
Membership of the Danish Church in Brisbane costs $ 30 per year. household, $ 20 for concession If you wish to become a member, please contact the church office in Sydney.