The official religion of Denmark, as stated in the Danish Constitution, is Evangelical Lutheran. Approximately 85% of the Danish population is Evangelical Lutheran, 3% are Roman Catholic, and approximately 5% of the population is Muslim.
If you are interested in practicing your faith while in Denmark, you are welcome to stop by the Student Hub at the start of the semester to discover how to involve yourself.
Read more about places of worship in Copenhagen below:
Diamond Way Buddhism in Denmark
Meditate in Copenhagen
The International Christian Community
The International Church of Copenhagen (Evangelical Lutheran)
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark
The Catholic Church in Denmark
International Baptist Church
Jesus Center for All Nations (Primarily African Congression)
Folkekirken for Internationals
First International Baptist Church
Danish Christian Student Union, KFS
The Great Synagogue (Orthodox)
Chabad (Culture house based on Hassidic Lubavitch principles)
Shir Hatzafon (Reformed Judaism in Denmark)
Danish Union of Jewish Students
Through a partnership with KAHAL, you can connect with Jewish students abroad near you, and local communities in Copenhagen and around Europe. Get in touch with KAHAL by signing up with basic information to get resources on holiday celebrations, Shabbat dinners, and other opportunities.
Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, Denmark (HSS)
Hare Krishna Danmark/Iskon
Danish Islamic Center
Islamic Culture Center
Det Islamiske Trossamfund
Imam Ali Mosque
Mariam Mosque (Women Only)
Nusrat Djahan Ahmadiyya Mosque
Note: A lot of the programming for these communities is in Danish. You are welcome to inquire with DIS about activities in English, and get involved with the DIS Muslim Students Group.
Seventh Day Adventist Community
Bias Education and Information
Although we hope that you have not experienced a bias-related incident or discrimination, we do know that bias situations can occur within our community and in Copenhagen.
DIS takes bias incidents and discrimination very seriously, so we developed a tool for you to inform us about bias-related incidents involving you or another DIS student, whether at DIS or in the public.
Should you encounter situations where you feel discriminated against, e.g. by the police, at a nightlife venue, or elsewhere, find information about how to inform DIS here: