Skjeberg Church was built around the year 1100 in Sarpsborg, Østfold county. It has a rectangular shape, is built of stone and has 360 seats.
It was built in Romanesque style, but has a Gothic portal. This stone church has carved heads and runic inscriptions. The Romanesque baptismal font is among the finest in Norway, made of dark soapstone from the 12th century with reliefs showing Christ with apostle and saint figures.
Skjeberg Church was extended and amended in 1300 and in 1750, and restored in 1968 in the style of the 1700s.
The church can be reached via Fv118 and Fv536.
In the USA there also appear to be at least 3 of them:
- Skjeberg Lutheran Church in Kittson County, Minnesota
- Skjeberg Lutheran Church in Drayton, North Dakota
- Skjeberg Lutheran Church in Angle Inlet, Minnesota