Bagsværd kirke ligger i Bagsværd i Gladsaxe kommune nord for København. Den er oppført i 1974–1976 og tegnet av Jørn Utzon.

The church is a non-traditional building with smooth, white concrete facades and a gray aluminum roof. In contrast to this is the interior, which has an organically shaped ceiling that waves forward in the church space and creates an intricate play of light. The inner roof is a concrete structure that supports the outer structure.

The furniture is also designed by Utzon. The altar wall consists of thin, white brick tiles. Altar rugs and other artistic decorations are made by Lin Utzon. The organ is a P.G. Andersen organ from 1979 with 23 voices, designed by Utzon.

The church has four bells which are hung in the south-facing tower.