Waldehouse | Pinsekirka


Walde house, or “miracle house” as it is called on the vernacular, was the only house in the Astra neighborhood who were consumed by fire during the conflagration on 23 January 1904 The story says that a man named Anders Nord received visits of an angel in the house the day before the conflagration, where the angel told about the fire that would come and that the North would not leave the house, because God would save it. North did as the angel said, and the house was standing as it only house in this neighborhood.

The property was donated by a couple to Pentecostal Church Philadelphia in 2012, and is now restored and openly to the public.

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