|Denomination||Church of Norway|
|Website||Website in Norwegian|
|Architect(s)||Hagbarth Schytte Martin-Berg|
|Materials||Walled Granite from Skjeberg,|
|Diocese||Diocese of Oslo|
Construction of the church began in 1901 and was completed in 1903. The church was consecrated on 22 December 1903 by Bishop Anton Christian Bang. The structure is a three-aisled church built of brick, with constructive joints made of quarried granite and has 480 seats. The church is in neo-Gothic style with elements of Jugendstil and built in granite from Skjeberg. The church was redecorated inside for the 50th anniversary in 1953. On this occasion, the church received new chandeliers designed by architect Harald Hille.
The church is built to a design by architect Hagbarth Martin Schytte-Berg (1860-1944), after a competition in which 54 entries were submitted. The style church is the result of art nouveau treatment of the historic eclecticism. The basic features are derived from the Neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic, but filtered through the Jugendstil styled shapes and materials. Church doors are executed in a national romantic medieval-inspired style
Pulpit is also Art Nouveau style and made of American Oregon pine. It is decorated with carvings from drawing by Schytte-Berg. The font is in white marble, has an octagonal base and is in neo-Romanesque style.
The old church organ at the side of the choir was completed in 1903. The church received a new organ in 1932 consisting of 2728 pipes. In 2007 a newer organ was dedicated. The new organ was built by Orgelbau Goll based in Lucerne. The organ has 54 voices and is among the largest in Oslo.
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- "Jo Visdal". Store norske leksikon. Retrieved September 1, 2016.
- Norske kirkebygg, Fagerborg kirke in Norwegian
- "Orgelbau Goll au Luzern". Orgelbau Goll AG. Retrieved September 1, 2016.
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