Ho Kirke

Ho Kirke is a romanesque church built of medieval large bricks in the middle of the 15th century. The present porch from 1820 replaced one of half-timber. The ridge turret with bell is from 1968. The altarpiece in Rococo style is from 1753. The carved wooden crucifix group and apostle figures from a late medieval altarpiece are to be found all over the church, among other places on the pulpit. The altar candlesticks from ca. 1500 are engraved with all vicars names and dates. The church?s ship is one of Denmark´s oldest ( from early 17th century). There is a confessional chair from 1700.

The church is open when staff is present and at religious ceromonies.