Monday, July 21, 2014

Chapel in the Hills

The chapel is an exact replica of the famous Borgund stavkirke, of Laerdal, Norway. The Borgund stavkirke was built around the year 1150 and is considered the most completely preserved stave church still standing in Norway.  The Chapel in the Hills was dedicated on July 6, 1969, and it served as the home of Lutheran Vespers until 1975. At that time a non-profit corporation took over operation of the Chapel in the Hills and operates it to this day.


The chapel is an exact replica of the famous Borgund stavkirke, of Laerdal, Norway. The Borgund stavkirke was built around the year 1150 and is considered the most completely preserved stave church still standing in Norway.  The Chapel in the Hills was dedicated on July 6, 1969, and it served as the home of Lutheran Vespers until 1975. At that time a non-profit corporation took over operation of the Chapel in the Hills and operates it to this day.


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