St. Augustine's Church has been a prominent feature of the Eindhoven skyline since the end of the 19th century. Built in neo-Gothic style in 1895, this historic house of worship goes by three different names: Augustijnenkerk, Heilig-Hartkerk and Paterskerk. The 66m-high church is still owned by its original founders, the monks of the nearby Mariënhage monastery and it's most famous for the remarkable statue of the Holy Heart of Christ, not to mention its impressive stained glass. The church is home to a vibrant congregation and although mass is held in Dutch nearly every day, it's also open to the public.
City centre location
Services: Sun 10:00.