Furuset Church is a church that was consecrated in 1980. The church is located in the neighborhood of Furuset in Oslo, Norway. In the same area was a church in the Middle Ages, from which keys of iron were found, are preserved and placed in the present church.
|Location||Ulsholtveien 37, Furuset, Oslo|
|Denomination||Church of Norway|
|Parish||Ellingsrud og Furuset|
|Diocese||Diocese of Oslo|
The church is built in brick and has 600 seats spread over several rooms that can be joined or separated by sliding doors. Downstairs there is a meeting room. The altarpiece in the church room, made by Gunnar Torvund, is in wood with a Christ motif in bronze. It has carved biblical and religious motifs. The church organ, which has 18 voices, was built by organ builder Eystein Gangfløt in 1982.
- Furuset kirke Norske kirker (in Norwegian)
- Furuset kirke Oslo byleksikon (in Norwegian)
- Furuset kitke Kirkesøk (in Norwegian)
- Furuset / Funnsted Kulturminnesøk Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage (in Norwegian)
- M.C. Kirkebøe: Oslos kirker i gammel og ny tid (New edition by K.A. Tvedt og Ø. Reisegg, Kunnskapsforlaget, 2007), page 87 (in Norwegian)
- Furuset kirke / Kirkested Kulturminnesøk, Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage (in Norwegian)
- Official parish website (in Norwegian)