Danish Lutheran Church

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General Information

This historic house was originally built by Walter Nelles, son of Peter Ball Nelles, and his wife Mary Summer. The house is a good example of an Ontario vernacular version of the Italianate style with its hip roof with deck, balanced facade, eyebrow like arched window cornices, and large cornice brackets. This style of architecture became very popular in the late 1860's due to its practicality for many different buildings and budgets.



This house is now the home of the Danish Lutheran Church with services in both English and Danish.

Hours of Operation

Church Hours: http://www.inform.city.hamilton.on.ca/details.asp?RSN=64689

Historical

This house is now the home of The Danish Lutheran Church. This historic house was originally built by Walter Nelles, son of Peter Ball Nelles, and his wife Mary Summer. The house is a good example of an Ontario vernacular version of the Italianate style with its hip roof with deck, balanced facade, eyebrow like arched window cornices, and large cornice brackets. This style of architecture became very popular in the late 1860's due to its practicality for many different buildings and budgets.

Accessibility

This church is not accessible.

Contact

Phone: (905) 945-8187

Address

Danish Lutheran Church
130 Main Street East
Grimsby, Ontario
L3M 1N8

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude: 43.18855768850
Longitude: -79.54833727910
UTM easting: 617961.00
UTM northing: 4782777.00

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Administration

Danish Lutheran Church
130 Main Street East
Grimsby, Ontario
L3M 1N8
Tel (905) 945-8187
Toll free www.grimsby.folkekirken.dk
Email dlc.grimsby@sympatico.ca