Catholic Church of St. Mary

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The Catholic parish in Storkow was founded in 1911. For structural reasons, the first location in an old building on the market in Storkow had to be abandoned in 1992. The parish used the church-owned property in the Hubertushöhe district to build a new church and was able to inaugurate the parish church of St. Maria on October 18, 1998. The modern church building was built on the ground plan of a fish, inside as well as outside. The building material used was mainly wood and the roof was covered with slate, like the scales of a fish. The tail fin shows a cross recessed in the body of the building. The glulam trusses inside the church span the structure like bones, and the altar also reveals the shape of a fish. The altar window has the abstract shape of a cross and is about seven meters high. Due to the orientation to the east, there is a great play of colors at sunrise.
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  • Catholic Church Storkow, Foto: Jenny Jürgens
  • Catholic Church Storkow, Foto: Jenny Jürgens
  • Catholic Church Storkow, Foto: Marie Kessler, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
Seating capacity: approx. 60

Church services: every Sunday 10:30 a.m.
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The Catholic parish in Storkow was founded in 1911. For structural reasons, the first location in an old building on the market in Storkow had to be abandoned in 1992. The parish used the church-owned property in the Hubertushöhe district to build a new church and was able to inaugurate the parish church of St. Maria on October 18, 1998. The modern church building was built on the ground plan of a fish, inside as well as outside. The building material used was mainly wood and the roof was covered with slate, like the scales of a fish. The tail fin shows a cross recessed in the body of the building. The glulam trusses inside the church span the structure like bones, and the altar also reveals the shape of a fish. The altar window has the abstract shape of a cross and is about seven meters high. Due to the orientation to the east, there is a great play of colors at sunrise.
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  • Catholic Church Storkow, Foto: Jenny Jürgens
  • Catholic Church Storkow, Foto: Jenny Jürgens
  • Catholic Church Storkow, Foto: Marie Kessler, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
Seating capacity: approx. 60

Church services: every Sunday 10:30 a.m.
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Robert-Koch-Straße 11

15859 Storkow (Mark)

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Tourismusverband Seenland Oder-Spree e.V.

Ulmenstraße 15
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