Worship at home!

No services will be in Hallgrímskirkja in March and until April 13th. No concerts, gatherings or educational meetings will be held in the church. This is because of a governmental decision aiming at fighting the coronavirus-pandemic. Reflections, sermons, announcements and prayers of Hallgrímskirkja’s staff will be shared on www.hallgrimskirkja.is i.e. the church’s website. God is everywhere Read more about Worship at home![…]

Help us to keep Hallgrimskirkja clean

Take care! Because of the coronavirus-pandemic we ask all our visitors of Hallgrimskirkja to help us to keep the church as clean and safe as possible. Hand-sanitizers are located several places in the church, at the elevator and also in the shop. Please, use them. Most contact-surfaces will be regularly cleaned with disinfectant during the day. Read more about Help us to keep Hallgrimskirkja clean[…]

Announcement because of Covid-19

In accordance with the government’s decision on ban of mass gatherings in Iceland – because of COVID19 – there will be changes in Hallgrímskirkja. No services, concerts, gatherings or educational meetings will be held in the church for the next four weeks. Reflections, sermons, announcements and prayers of Hallgrímskirkja’s staff will be shared on www.hallgrimskirkja.is Read more about Announcement because of Covid-19[…]

Mass Sunday February 16th

The mass on the coming Sunday, February 16th. starts 11 am. This day is the day of the Bible in the ELCI, the national church in Iceland. Pastor Sigurdur Arni Thordarson will discuss how we read and should not read the Bible! Lay readers. Organist Björn Steinar Sólbergsson. Members from the Hallgrimskirkja Motet Choir. All Read more about Mass Sunday February 16th[…]

Motet Choir performing Handel’s glorious oratorio Messiah: Saturday 7. December at 18:00 and Sunday 8.December at 16:00

For Advent 2019, the Hallgrímskirkja Motet Choir, the Hallgrímskirkja International Baroque Orchestra and a stunning ensemble of soloists will be, conducted by Hörður Áskelsson. Handel’s Messiah is considered to be one of his most important compositions and indeed one of history’s greatest. A live performance of Messiah is always a festive event which no music Read more about Motet Choir performing Handel’s glorious oratorio Messiah: Saturday 7. December at 18:00 and Sunday 8.December at 16:00[…]

Mass and music this week

Mass with Eucharist on all Wednesdays 8 am and Sundays 11 am. Concerts on Wednesdays 12 am – Schola cantorum. Organ-concerts on Thursdays 12 am, Saturdays 12 am and Sundays 5 pm. Ticket for the concerts at the entrance but grace of God is always free of charge, hence no entrance fee for the mass. Read more about Mass and music this week[…]