At the Holy Communion, the priest stands behind the altar turned
towards the congregation.
The floor slopes slowly down to the altar to help the doubtful
towards the communion table.
Through the chimney-alike lanterns in the ceiling a warm light of
heaven pours into the way of procession from the sacristy to the
The life of a Christian is a daily wandering in the light of God.
The Pulpit / Bishop chair / Clergy bench
The Pulpit and the altar form a unity. The Church room is built
to support the idea of performing the service according to
Luther’s idea about the close connection between the sermon
and the altar service. The Bishop chair The Cathedra or the
Bishop Throne that is placed behind the altar might be the first
of its kind in an evangelical church after the reformation. The
Clergy bench has a primitive Christian background from the
In the church room hangs a mobile tapestry, designed by
"X:t", Professor Sven Erixon and woven by the textile artist
Barbro Nilsson. It has two sides, which the artist describes
thus: "The Passion side. One sees at the top the crown of
thorns with the nails, forming a face. The five drops of blood
stand out in red against caput mortuum in the background.
This is shaped like the trunk of a tree. The other side, the
Resurrection, is more radiant in colour, and there one sees at
the very top IHS signifying the triumphant Christ, over a
meadow, imperceptibly fading into a firmament filled with
red, black and golden footprints. The red and black ones
symbolize the hardships of life and the golden ones are in
direct communication with the sign in the sky, IHS."