St. Vincent Church


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Around the year 800, the original parish of St. Vincent was founded, one of 13 original parishes in the Sauerland. The Romanesque building was followed from 1344 by a Gothic hall church with a mighty west tower, a three-nave nave with choir. This was demolished from 1867 and replaced by a transept and a neo-Gothic choir.




Foto: Friedrich Schlottmann


St. Vincent Church


58706 Menden (Sauerland)

Telefon: 02373-915070

Fax: 02373-915071



The church, with its stained-glass windows and the beauty of its skyward cross-ribbed vault, was intended to be a reflection of the Heavenly Jerusalem. Precious works of art adorn the interior of the church, including a late Gothic figure of Mary, an altar reredos from the early Baroque period, and a Rococo figure of St. Joseph.

Dedicated to the two saints St. Vincent of Saragossa and St. Walburga.

Centuries-old traditions, kept alive by their contemporary design, characterize parish life. In addition to the costume of the cross, the Pentecost and Corpus Christi processions are part of it. Above all, church music with organ concerts, choirs and music groups unites parishioners of all ages.

Main opening times:

Day From Until From Until From Until
Sunday 08:00 09:00 11:15 12:15
Wednesday 09:00 10:00 19:30 20:00
Thursday 17:00 17:30 17:30 18:00 18:00 19:00
Saturday 12:15 13:00


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