Gimsing Church - Struer
Gimsing Church is a mediaeval church without a steeple. It is built of granite ashlars and has a lead roof.
The baptismal font is the oldest equipment of the church, it is unique both as to material (Norwegian soapstone) and form (fourleaf clover).
The church bell dates probably back to the 13th century. The present altarpiece, the pulpit, the oldest benches and the gallery date back to the time before 1600. The organ was built in 1968 by Frobenius (8 stops).