Dorfkirche Lindach / Lindach Village Church

Dorfkirche Lindach / Lindach Village Church (HM2MQC)

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N 49° 55.592', W 10° 12.138'

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Sie ist den Kirchenpatronen Antonius
dem Einsiedler und Marcus dem Evangelisten geweiht. Ihr Standort befindet sich am südlichen Ende des Dorfangers. Ein Friedhof (Kirchhof) und ein
Karner (Gebeinhaus) komplettierten
einst das Gotteshaus.

Um 1600 entstand der Turm im spätgotischen Stil,
während der Anbau des Langhauses um 1690 erfolgte,
dessen Ausstattung Elemente des Rokoko und Klassizismus aufweist. Im Jahre 1780 erweiterte man das
Langhaus um eine Fensterachse. Die drei Glocken
stammen aus den Jahren 1695, 1710 und 1767.
Schließlich erfolgte 2004 der Neubau der Sakristei. Ursprunglich stand hier um 934 eine in Holzbauweise errichtete adelige Eigenkirche, die vermutlich abbrannte.

Das Gotteshaus war stets eine Filialkirche, sie gehörte bis 1141 zur Urpfarrei Wipfeld, bis 1613 zum
Augustiner-Chorherrenstift Heidenfeld, bis 1969 zur
Pfarrei Heidenfeld und bis 2011 zur Pfarrei Stammheim. Danach wurde man ab 2011 in die Pfarreiengemeinschaft "Marienhain" eingegliedert.
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(English translation:)
The church is dedicated to the patron saints of Antony the Hermit and Mark the Evangelist;



they are honored at the southern end of the village green. A cemetery and charnel house complete the church.

Around 1600, the tower was built in the late Gothic style,
while the extension of the nave was built around 1690,
featuring elements of Rococo and Classicism. In 1780 the nave was extended around a window axis. The three bells come from the years 1695, 1710 and 1767.
Finally, in 2004, a sacristy was constructed. Originally around 934 there stood here a patrician church constucted of wood, which presumably burned down.

The church was always a branch church, belonging until 1141 to the original Wipfeld parish. Thereafter it belonged to the Heidenfeld Augustinian Abbey Choirmaster, and from then onwards to the Heidenfelf parish until 1969. From then until 2011 it was part of the Stammheim parish, and thereafter it was part of the "Marienhain" parish community.
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Date Added Friday, November 8th, 2019 at 1:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)29U E 413704 N 5531155
Decimal Degrees49.92653333, -10.20230000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 49° 55.592', W 10° 12.138'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds49° 55' 35.52" N, 10° 12' 8.28" W
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