The Paleiskerk is a characterful, historic church in the centre of the royal city of The Hague, close to Noordeinde Palace. The church is home to the Mennonite community of The Hague and can also be rented as a stylish venue for events such as weddings, business meetings and concerts.
The Paleiskerk is recognizable by its monumental rose window, set in a beautiful gable. The Hague’s single-aisle church dates from 1885 is a rare example of Romanesque Revival architecture. The original design is by architect K. Stoffels. In 2002 the church was radically restored and renovated by architect Laurens Vis.
The Paleiskerk is still in full use as a church of the Mennonite community of The Hague. More information about this open and active community can be found at www.dgdenhaag.nl . A fun fact: Mennonites give their church buildings the same name worldwide: “The Admonition”. That also applies to the Paleiskerk.
Rental of the Paleiskerk
The Paleiskerk has a number of attractive rooms, from conservatory to church hall. The rooms can be rented for weddings, dinners, meetings or concerts.