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Sankt Petri Church
Exterior

Welcome to visit our wonderful church!

 Visit address: Vedbyvägen, Klippan, Sweden

A church you never forget

The four ribbons on the door
The main entrance This entrance is said to be hard to find. It is also meant to be! The gate to the kingdom of  God could be hard to find. The four ribbons on the door symbolise that our way forward and upward leads through the four evangelic.
The Belfry The belfry has four bells, which is unusual in a Swedish provincial church. Each bell bears the name of  an apostle (Petrus, Paulus, Andreas and Tomas) and has bell-verses written by the poet Bo Setterlind. The bells are moulded by Ohlsson’s bells-foundry in Ystad
The Bowls of Grace Outside the church, in the forecourt, stands the stone sculpture “The Bowles of  Grace” by the sculptor Christian Berg. The sculpture was consecrated at the 10-year anniversary of  the church by Bishop Olle Nivenius. The turned up bowl: We receive God’s Grace. The turned down bowl: We give to people what we have received from God.
 Hard to find

Exterior

The main entrance This entrance is said to be hard to find. It is also meant to be! The gate to the kingdom of  God could be hard to find. The four ribbons on the door symbolise that our way forward and upward leads through the four evangelic.
The Belfry The belfry has four bells, which is unusual in a Swedish provincial church. Each bell bears the name of  an apostle (Petrus, Paulus, Andreas and Tomas) and has bell- verses written by the poet Bo Setterlind. The bells are moulded by Ohlsson’s bells-foundry in Ystad
© Copyright - Anders Clausson 2017  
S:t Petri church

Welcome to visit our wonderful church!

A church you never forget