Sædden Church (Danish: Sædden Kirke) is a Church of Denmark church in Esbjerg in the southwest of Jutland, Denmark. Designed by Inger and Johannes Exner, the almost cube-shaped building with a tall, free-standing bell tower was completed and consecrated in 1978.
Located in the Sædding neighbourhood northwest of Esbjerg's centre, the church is built entirely of red brick, with wave-shaped folds on the north and east walls. There are galleries on the other two walls. The complex also consists of parish rooms and administrative offices. The free-standing tower is strangely shaped with a round base and a square top.
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