|Spørring church, foto stig bachmann nielsen, naturplan.dk|
|chessboard on apse|
|indistinct chessboard on apse|
The choir arch inside is remade with a pointed arch in the Gothic period, in the south wall is inside a bricked-up opening like an arrow slit, probably a medieval leprosy window. In the late Middle Ages were built starshaped vaults, one in the choir, three in the nave, all with frescoe decoration, animal motives etc. The press from the vault has pressed the north wall out of place. and it has now been supported by pillars. In the late Middle Ages was built a tower in monk bricks by the west gable with a staircase interred in the north wall. The tower was later, not known when, broken down to cornice height, while a new tower was built in 1935 upon the old bottom with a high spire. The late medieval porch in front of the south door has got steps and a pointed door frame. In the floor of the porch is a Romaneque gravestone with two procession-crosses, on the east wall is a gravestone from the 1700s with a destroyed inscription field. Upon a new communion table is the old carved triptychon altar piece from ab. 1500, very restored, and some ore candelabres from 1655 with the names of Jens Madsen and wife. A Romanesque granite font in the choir. A pulpit from ab. 1700. The church was restored in 1935 (new tower) and 1955 , and medieval frescoes were brought to light.
Asser Rampe conveyed in 1306 his farm in Spørring to Århus chapter.
In the parish is earlier mentioned the farm Adsersgård (1544 Aszersgård)
|stone church yard|
Upon Spørring Mill's field was in 1879 found 1620 coins from Erik Klipping and Erik Menved's ruling period, digged down ab. 1318.
There are no listed prehistorics in the parish, but there were 15 hills. Some finds from Iron Age.
Names in the Middle Ages: Spørring (1306 Spyrind, 1439 Spørynge).
Source: Trap Danmark, Århus amt, 1963.
photo: grethe bachmann and stig bachmann nielsen, naturplan.dk