Excerpts from article:
The bottom section of the western tower, which possibly contains older sections, are built in mixed material, limestone and bricks, and it seems to be dated 1478 in an inscription in limestone on the south wall: "Dominus Ihesus Christus, alpha et omega, deus et homo, Maria, Johannes, sanctus Petrus, Herluf Skave, Fru Ølgoer, dominus Ericus Laurencii, Jep Andersen, Matis Tote. Anno Domini mcdlxx octavo."
The walled communion table is covered in a panelwork from ab. 1550-75 with a painted Renaissance-decoration, which copies intarsia around a medaillon with a portrait of a man and a woman in contemporary dress. The altarpiece is a carved work in Renaissance from 1601, probably made by a Roskilde master. Altar chalice from ab. 1400, remade 1674. Candelabres in silver plate from 1719. Altar crucifix from the 1600s, probably from a coffin. In the footpiece of the altarpiece is an enamel painting from 1700s, given to the church in 1817. The monstranshouse from 1527 is a rich late Gothic woodcarving with an upper part with spire. Cup-shaped ore cast font by the caster Olaf Henriksen Kegge. The baptismal bowl is from 1665-66. A late Gothic choir arch crucifix with a hovering angel from ab. 1525. The pulpit in Renaissance from ab. 1625 was probably made by Hans Holt in Køge or Copenhagen.
|sea shells in the tower wall|
|pulpit , Renaissance 1625.|
|Ore cast font|
|monstranshouse 1527 , top|
|fresco, ab. 1525, Maria i solgissel (sunbeams)|
|kirkebøsse (cash box)|
photo Haraldsted June 2012: grethe bachmann