10.00 – 11.30 hFestgottesdienst zum Pfingstsonntag (nur für angemeldete Gemeindeglieder)Live - Übertragung auf www.berlinerdom.de/live
18.00 – 19.00 hÖkumenische Pfingstvesper 2020 (ohne Gemeinde)Live - Übertragung auf www.berlinerdom.de/live
10.00 – 11.30 hFestgottesdienst zum Pfingstmontag (nur für angemeldete Gemeindeglieder)Gemeinsamer Gottesdienst mit St. Petri - St. Marien als Live - Übertragung auf www.berlinerdom.de/live
Kammermusik19.00 – 20.30 hGeistliche AbendmusikTotentanz
12.00 – 18.00 hWillkommen zum Stillen Gebet(letzter Einlass um 17 Uhr)
Berlin Cathedral, and the Hohenzollern family crypt it holds, is a true wonder to behold. Once you’ve seen it for the first time, you will likely be drawn to visit again.
The magnificent Neo-Renaissance building is situated in the heart of the capital, in the vicinity of the Lustgarten park. With its imposing architecture, four towers, almost 100-metre-high dome and golden cross, the building is visible from far away and has established itself as of one of Berlin's great landmarks. The direct vicinity is also home to world cultural heritage destinations such as Museum Island, the Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum) and the new Humboldt Forum in the Berlin Palace (Berliner Schloss).
Our daily worship services, daily prayers, worship services for children and spiritual offerings are open to all people looking to engage with the Christian faith. You, too, are very welcome at the largest Evangelical church in Germany!
Over 100 concerts and events take place every year in Berlin Cathedral. For music lovers, the Cathedral ranks as highly as other Berlin institutions like the Philharmonie, the Konzerthaus at Gendarmenmarkt, and the city’s opera houses.
The Hohenzollern family crypt situated under Berlin Cathedral is considered the most important dynastic burial site in Germany, and is seen as one of the great dynastic burial places in Europe alongside the Capuchin crypt in Vienna, the royal crypts in the Cathedral of St Denis in Paris, and the tomb of the Spanish Kings at the Royal site of ‘El Escorial’ near the capital Madrid.Read more