Tingelstad is a village in the municipality of Gran in Oppland, Norway. It is situated in the traditional district of Hadeland. It is located about five kilometres SSW from Brandbu, following Norwegian County Road 240, which passes by Tingelstad. Tingelstad is the location of the Hadeland Folkemuseum which is the regional museum for the traditional district of Hadeland. Tingelstad is also the site of two churches: Tingelstad Old Church, a medieval stone church dating from the 1200s and the new parish church, Tingelstad Church dating from 1866. 
Tingelstad Church is a long church with a west tower, built in red-bricked tiles. It was constructed in 1866 after drawings by architects Heinrich Ernst Schirmer and Wilhelm von Hanno. It was restored in 1958 and 1991. The church is characterized by neo-Gothic architecture. The church is relatively large and richly designed. A number of historic features were transferred from Grindaker stave church which was demolished in 1866.
The church has a baptismal font dating from approx. 1720. In the choir, there are two sculptures representing Pietas and Justitia dating from the 1720s. The pulpit was transferred from Grindaker stave church and was the work of carved by sculptor Nicolai Larsen Borg (1673-1764). Behind the altar is a glass painting with the upper part from 1935 by Borgar Hauglid and the lower part of 1991 by Veslemøy Stoltenberg.    
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