Most of the turists, whether they are here for only a few days or for several weeks, have interest in the foreign churches they see and pass on their way through Denmark. In the churches there will often be found great cultural values, and artifacts which tells about the generations who have lived on the region. The stucture of the church, frescos, altarpieces, pulpits and more, it does interest lots of people.

Thorsminde Church

Vesterhavsgade, Thorsminde
6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 51 08

An old rescueboathouse, which was rebuilt to a church in 1939. The altarpiece and pulpit is originally from Thyborøn church.The altarpiece is from 1908 and created by Johan Mielche. The baptismal font is from Skærum monastery and used to be a water trough for cattles.

North of the church is a memorial with plates, with names of those who died at the sea in an accident 14th february 1979.


Gørding Kirke

Gørdingvej, Gørding
7570 Vemb
Phone: 97 48 10 19

The architecture of the church is romannesque style and late medieval.

The belfry is originally from Vemb church. Inside the church, there is an unusually high roof, and a beamed ceiling. The altarpiece is created by Erik Heide in bogoak, with a piece of pinetree cut as a flower. The baptismal font is from South Germany from the end of the 1500s.

Husby Kirke

Klitvej, Husby

6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 51 08


The chuch is from the romanticism, but the tower and the porch is from the late middle ages. The altarpiece is from the 1500s. On the north wall, a large, probably bedotic crucifixion on a new cross.

Madum Kirke

Madum Kirkevej, Madum
6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 10 81

The little church, consecrated by St. Laurentius, consists of a choir and a ship from the roman times. The Tower and porch is both from the middel age. The granite altar is a goldplated oak crucifix from 1949, by Jais Nielsen. In the church there is two carved figures from a bedotic altarpiece (Christ, showing his wounds) and a saint (presumably St. Laurentius).

Ulfkær Kirke

6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 13 24

The church was built in the year of 1900. The church is built in red bricks, and with a roof of natural slate. It is made by the craftsmen of the city, and fits perfectly in the townscape. The architecture is a mix of gothic and romanesque. The fixture of the church is simple and clean. The altarpiece is created by a local painter, M.P. Madsen.

In 1947, the church was given a bell of 36 clocks that can be heard every two hours.

Staby Kirke

Staby Kirkevej, Staby
6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 10 81

The church is from the early 1100s. The architecture is gothic and the apse is very unique with its incorporated columns.

Inside the church, frescos from the 1200s and 1500s can be found.


Sdr. Nissum Kirke

Kirkebyvej, Sdr. Nissum

6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 51 08

The architecture of the church is romanesque, but the tower was added in the late middel age. The altarpiece was originally given to Staby church, and represents the life of Jesus.

The pulpit is from the 1600s.

Ulfborg Kirke

Ulfborg Kirkeby
6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 49 1324


The church is from the late 1100s, and consisted originally of only the choir and the ship. Today it has some extensions, like the 22 m tall tower and a chapel. On the outside the church is not decorated that much, but on the inside it´s very beautiful and with lots of historical fixtures.


Bur Kirkevej, Bur
7570 Vemb

Phone: 97 48 10 19


The architecture is romanesque and the ship and choir is one. The altarpieche is from the 1500s and represents God, Jesus and the apostles. The baptismal basin is south german, and from the late 1500s.

Vedersø Kirke

Vesterhavsvej, Vedersø
6990 Ulfborg
Phone: 97 33 10 46

The architecture of the church is romanesque and late gothic. Above the door in the porch, hangs a stone carving with two animal figures which surround a middle figure, a symbol of Christ. At the same wall is a figure of a mans head.

At the cemetery, the priest and poet, Kaj Munk, is buried.

Vemb Kirke

7570 Vemb
Phone: 97 48 0 19

The architecture is romanesque. The church is built in raw boulders and the tower is whitewashed. On the inside, there is beamed ceilings, and a stained glass window above the alter.

The baptismal basin is from about 1575 and the pulpit is from the early 1600s.