Philip's Church, Copenhagen
|The Parish Church of St Philip the Apostle|
|Denomination||Church of Denmark|
|Events||19 October 1907 (Parish was created)|
|Functional status||Parish Church|
|Dean||Michael Krogstrup Nissen|
|Pastor(s)||Bo Heikendorf Petersen|
The first Philip's Church was a wooden structure built in connection with the establishment of Philip's Parish which was disjoined from the Parish of Sundby on 19 October 1907. It was replaced by the current church which was completed in 1924 to a design by Danish architect Rasmus Vilhelm Rasmussen Rue (1863-1944). The congregation house (menighedshuset), which is attached to the church, was added in 1928.
The church is built in a traditional style inspired by Danish village churches.
The altarpiece is a painting in a gilt carved frame by Danish artist Erik Jensen (1883-1974). The pulpit has gospel reliefs by M. Sørensen. Above the west entrance is a tympanon relief designed by Johan Rudolf Carl Nielsen (1863-1952). The inscription quoting the words of Philip the Apostle to Nathanael in John 1:45: "Come and see".  
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- "Rue, Rasmus Vilhelm Rasmussen, 1863-1944". Kunstindeks Danmark & Weilbach Kunstnerleksikon. Retrieved January 1, 2020.
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