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The church of Degerby was designed by Bertel Liljequist. The church was built 1931-1932 at the exact same place where the old wooden church from the 18th century stood. The altarpiece is from the old church from the 18th century.

During the lease period of Porkkala the church was used as a saloon and a cinema. The restoration costs reached 10 million Finnish mark. Generous contributions and private donations saved the church of Degerby.

 

Every second Sunday a month a morning service is held in the church of Degerby. Welcome!

In the summer the church is open Monday-Friday 10-16 and other times by agreement.

Read more about the history of the churches.