The Cultural Center
The Danish Cultural Center is a multi-purpose building connected to the church via a central entryway.
The cultural center is the focal point for most non-religious events and gatherings such as Danish evenings, banquets large and small, musical and theatrical performances, exhibits, lectures, film, fashion shows, informal get-togethers and for lunch following Sunday services.
Three local scout troops regularly meet here. Each June children and adults attending Summer Camp bunk down in the hall for five days and nights and each November the hall and patio are transformed into a marked place for our Scandinavian Christmas Fair.
Many events held in the Cultural Center are planned by The Cultural Committee. Read more about The Cultural Committee here.
Our Many Rooms
Banquet Hall & Patio
A unique experience is awaiting your special occasion, celebration or meeting at our multipurpose facility. Our banquet and reception hall "on-site" is directly connected with our architectural designed sanctuary and will seat 176 guests while the adjacent patio will seat 50. We have onsite parking too.
The conference room easily seats 14-16 around a exquisite pommele mahagony and birch root table designed by architect Ebbe Videriksen.
The Danish Cultural Center houses a large Danish language library primarily fiction but also a significant collection about Danish history, Vikings, the royal Danish family and Danish cuisine.
The full industrial kitchen is praised by caterers and chefs who create dishes while you relax and enjoy the day.
Rental of our facilities
If you wish to rent or have inquiries about our facility please contact us.