In Astrid Lindgrens Bullerbyn (Noisy Village) it smells deliciously of Christmas and so it does in Swedish church, Gustafskyrkan at Østerport Station, when we open the doors to the Christmas Fair. We offer the traditional swedish. Christmas ham and "lutfisk", mulled wine and gingerbread cookies, "Janssons frestelse" ( temptation) and "julmust" and meatballs - and many other Swedish Christmas delicacies, ready to buy, to take home and enjoy.
To give Christmas presents is also a lovely tradition. In our many beautifully decorated stalls, it is easy to find the right presents for old and young.
As usual we will meet you in our beautiful sweedish folkcostumes. That is also an important part of the Christmas traditions in Gustafskyrkan and has been a custom since 1912.
In Bullerby (Noisy Village) Christmas is always a white Christmas. It might not be a white Christmas here in Copenhagen, but Christmas candles and carols and the joyful Spirit of Christmas will once again wish you a warm welcome to Gustafskyrkan's Christmas Fair, the oldest one in Denmark.
The Gospel choir concert is on Sunday at 2 p.m. in the church and on Saturday the Church choir sings Christmas Carols in the church, at 3 p.m.
Keep the traditions alive, start Christmas in Gustafskyrkan!