Kreuzkirche am Ölrain
The church building was built from 1862 to 1864 according to plans by the architect Christian Friedrich von Leins from Stuttgart in the neo-Gothic style. In 1904 the church was also the first electrically lit and heated church in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
The nave - with an integrated transept under a gable roof and a choir tower - is surrounded in the north by a cemetery. The hall has an open wooden roof and a wooden gallery. In the choir on the right there is a war memorial to the First World War with a stone crucifix by Albert Bechtold from 1923.
The organ from 1981 comes from the Rieger Orgelbau company .
- Dehio Vorarlberg 1983 , Bregenz., Kreuzkirche am Ölrain, p. 76.
- Wolfgang Olschbaur, Karl Schwarz: Evangelical in Vorarlberg. Festschrift, printed by JN Teutsch Bregenz.