Lakselv church is a long church from 1963 in Porsanger municipality, Finnmark county. The church was designed by architect Eyvind Moestue.
The building is in wood and has 400 seats.
One of the artists behind the church’s decorations is Karl Erik Harr. Harr has painted the altar of the church, and has used Halvdan Sivertsen as a model for the painting of Jesus Christ.
In the first half of the 1860s, the population of Lakselv built a church on diligence, on the spot Smørstad. The church building was named Lakselv Chapel, and was wedged on October 2, 1865. It was built in wood, with roofs of never and brick. In 1864 there was also a new relief church farm on site, and the area was eventually referred to as «Smørstad Church Place». Lakselv Chapel had no altarpiece in the early decades, but in 1897 the chapel inherited an altarpiece from Kistrand church. The chapel was red painted until 1906 when the church painted the church white. Lakselv Chapel underwent extensive rebuilding and refurbishment in the latter half of the 1920s, and was therefore rescued on September 14, 1930.
On November 26, 1944, the Lakselv chapel was burned down to the ground of the German occupation power as part of the «tactics of the burned earth».