The Wooden Church is a church in Miskolc, Hungary. It is built of carved wood. The present building was built in 1999 in place of the previous one that was destroyed by arson in 1997.
The first church was consecrated on September 13, 1637, but both this date and the existence of the church are preserved only in tradition and there is no documentary evidence. The first document mentioning a church at this site dates back to 1698. This church was built of wood, but nothing else is known about it. The first church known by the name of 'Wooden Church' was built in 1724 and it stood until 1937.
István Bató, a 19th-century citizen of Miskolc left a large sum to the church.
Official Website http://muemlekem.hu/muemlek/show/2936
Address 14 Laborfalvi Róza utca, Miskolc 3525, Hungary
Coordinates 48°6'31.634" N 20°47'8.097" E