Address: Bosgård, 360 13 Urshult
The church monument in Bosgård is a splendid and magnificent stone monument that marks the first church in Urshult. The name then was Hwam.
The earlier church was burned by the Danes in the 15th century. There is a stone alter, a cross and a bell tower. Services are held during the summer. In sight is the island Bos holme where there is the rest of a stronghold which was used by the bishop of Växjö in the 14th century to secure and control the waterway to the south.