The Noorderkerk on Schuytstraat in The Hague was opened on December 19, 1906. The church was built as a Reformed church in the Duinoord district and is one of the three churches of the Reformed Church of The Hague-East (part of the PKN). There is a service every Sunday at 10:00 AM.
In the Noorderkerk, activities are organized by the local council itself, but it also participates in national events. Activities they organize themselves include the Bazaar in the spring and a street party in the summer. In September they open the church for the national Open Monument Day. At all those times, admission is free and you can take a look inside the church building. And that is of course also possible during one of the church services on Sundays.