On the first Sunday of every month, a Catholic Mass celebration takes place in the Attic Church. All are welcome to attend.
Reservations can be made at the email address email@example.com and be on time, as there are only 30 places available.
In consultation with the organization of the Attic celebrations and the museum it has been decided that from now on the Corona Check app will be used, also for the attic celebrations. When visiting, please bring a valid QR code and proof of identity.
The origins of the Masses
From the end of the 17th century until the opening of the new St. Nicholas Church in 1887, Masses were held in Our Lord in the Attic, married, baptized and mourned. A year later the Attic Church was given a new purpose as a museum. Since 1951, the chapel has again hosted regular church services for artists. Catholic artists such as glaziers, painters, sculptors, musicians and writers found their spiritual shelter here. Gradually this target group was replaced by people who felt attracted by the historic building, the professional music and the preaching. Thus, with the exception of the summer months, on every first Sunday of the month and at Christmas, the original purpose of this museum is lovingly cherished.