De Vermaning

The smallest church in Amsterdam is located in Noord and was built for a small community of Mennonites who were unable to attend Sunday services on the other side of the IJ. The wooden hall is an exact replica of the original church that was unveiled here in 1843. The tiny house of worship also made headlines in 2001 when it became the first congregation to allow gay people to marry.



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