Christ's resurrection



The modern Church of the Resurrection of Christ is the work of the well-known architect Gottfried Böhm and was built between 1968 and 1970. The building was constructed from brick and exposed concrete on an irregular ground plan. The surrounding buildings of the parish, on the other hand, were constructed entirely of brick. Sculptural building cubes and sloping roofs characterise the external impression of the building. The tower with its interesting staircase is also an eye-catcher. The interior impresses with its calm atmosphere, which is characterised by a low incidence of light and nested room structures. The few windows were also designed by Gottfried Böhm.

Useful Information


Dayoff: Monday


  • Suitable for any weather

  • for families

  • for individual guests

  • Suitable for the Elderly

Payment Options

Entrance Free

Parking facilities

The church is located in the Cologne-Lindenthal district and can be easily reached by tram via the 'Melaten' stop. This is served by lines 1 and 7. From the stop it is 350 metres to the Church of the Resurrection of Christ.


Getting there
Christ's resurrection
Brucknerstraße 16
50931 Köln