Berle Church

Berle church (Berle kyrkje) is a local church community center (arbeidskyrkje) in the village of Berle in the municipality of Bremanger, Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. The church is a part of the Bremanger prestegjeld in the Nordfjord deanery of the Diocese of Bjørgvin.

The church, which can seat 210 persons, was consecrated on 3 July 1977 by the bishop Thor With. The architect Alf Apelseth from Ørsta made the designs. In 1977, Berle became a chapel district in the Rugsund sokn (sub-parish) of the Davik parish. In 1981, Berle was transferred to the Bremanger sub-parish of the Bremanger parish. On 1 October 1999, the sub-parish of Berle was established. At that time, Berle chapel became Berle church, the main church for the Berle sokn of the parish of Bremanger.

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... Berle church is one of the most modern churches in the county is located on the main island of Bremangerlandet by the sea called Frøysjøen ... It was built four years after a similar church was built at Nordsida in Stryn ... as the people in the village of Blaksetbygda to get a church of their own ...

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