Address: Lilla Harrie Bygata, 244 91 Kävlinge
Lilla Harrie church was originally built in the late 1100s as a Romanesque church by Mårten Stenmästare.
Church’s appearance changed in the later half of 1400s when the flat wooden ceiling was replaced with grand cross vaults in brick over the sanctuary and nave. These were decorated with red, withe and black ornamentation on frames and ribs, while the so-called Tåstarps group painted sanctuary vault. During the 1500s were further frescoes, now figurative in the chancel arch coats by the so-called Lilla Harriemästaren. The Tower was build during 1850s. In the year 1939-1942 a restoration gave the church its present appearance. Then discovered among other things the basis for the original apse is now rebuilt to serve as vestry also paintings done by the so-called ”Harriemästaren” were developed and were preserved.
Font with rune inscription ”Martin mik kiardi” (Martin/Mårten made me) is a work of Mårten master stone. Font has palm leaf ornamentation but lacks figurative representations on the foot peg. Baptism barrel of brass is from the 1500´s and has to justify the angel Gabriel visits the Virgin Mary in Nazareth. The altarpiece from year 1942 by Pär Siegård shows how Jesus blesses his disciples before His ascension. The frame is equipped with a stylized golden dove. The panting is now in the organ loft. The pulpit from year 1599 was preserved during the restoration in year 1942 and was given back its original colours.