Die Französische Friedrichstadtkirche in Berlin

Französische Friedrichstadtkirche

Französische Friedrichstadtkirche

The name Französische Friedrichsstadtkirche can be explained from its history. The church was erected in the former town of Friedrichstadt between 1701 and 1705 by and for the Huguenot religious refugees from France. [more]

The Interior

The church interior radiates simplicity, thus expressing the Reformed conception of the church service: with the pulpit – from which the word is spread – in the centre, and beneath it the simple Communion Table with the Bible. [more]

The Eye of God and the Organ

Despite the church’s “Reformed nature”, there is one exception: the organ with its nimbus. [more]

Renovation 1905, destruction 1944, under reconstruction since 1978

On its bicentenary in 1905, the church was redesigned in Neo-Baroque style, after plans by Otto March. [more]