Stugudal Church

Situated along Romboleden
Stugudal Church is a landmark in the hamlet Stugudal.

Stugudal Church was finished in 1957. The church is made of wood and has 106 seats. The farms in Stugudal was during wintertime almost isolated. Most church events was therefore held during summer, but it was not easy to wait with the funerals. Therefore Stugudal help cemetery was consecrated in 1907.

The actual realization of a church started in 1946 with different collections. Even former Bishop Arne Fjellbu participated as a goalkeeper in a football match to help collect money. The 28 July 1957 the chapel was consecrated by the same Bishop, and since then it has been regularly used for church events.

Photo: O & M Reuber

Use of cookies / Cookies policy

This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience and improve your use of the website. We also measure and analyze usage patterns and engagement for a better understanding of how our services are used.

Acceptance applies to all pages with x in the address. Read more about the use of cookies in our privacy statement. privacy statement

Essential cookies

Essential cookies ensure basic functions such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function optimally without these essential cookies, and they are strictly necessary to provide an online service.

Enabling cookies helps you fill out forms effectively on our website. For example, cookies help prevent the same user from submitting the same form multiple times. The information is deleted from the browse after 90 days.

The cookies assess and help us understand how visitors interact with our website. The statistics and information gathered are anonymised.

We use marketing cookies to display content and ads that are relevant and engaging for our visitors.