Location: 257, Carlos Calvo St. San Telmo
In 1924, answering a request from a Christian Youth group and a Danish aid association, the “Danish Overseas Church, founded in 1919 agreed to send a pastor to Buenos Aires.
The first services took place at the Norwegian Church in a lateral hall known as the KIRKESAL temple.
In 1929 it was decided to buy the land plot of the present location and call for bids from architects so as to choose the best Project for a future church.
Ronnow & Bisgaard were the chosen architects and the church was completed in 1931. Its facade of a neo-Gothic style presents some steps culminating at the top of the tower representing the staircase that rises to heaven dreamed by Jacob in the Old Testament. Its interior houses a model of the Copenhagen ship, which sank in the 1920s after sailing to Buenos Aires.